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  1. Out of a financial holeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    From left: Central Scholarship President Jan Wagner, Board Chairman Ira Wagner, Student Loan Pay-Down Award winner Raymond Major and Ellen Dame and David Rothschild, both descendants of founder Moses Rothschild, were at the Central Scholarship Awards ceremony on Aug. 5. Raymond Major's winning number had only been partially announced at the Central Scholarship annual awards ceremony on Aug. 5, but that was enough to warrant an enthusiastic roar. The 2014 University of Maryland, Baltimore County graduate had just won $30,000 that would go toward paying off his college-education debt.

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  2. Mama's Mundel Bread Single mother of three realizes her sweet edible dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Traditionally, mundel bread, or mandelbrot , is not always the most popular sweet Jewish delicacy, but imagine one with a fluffy, almost cakelike texture with chocolate chips buried like treasures and a generous coating of cinnamon and sugar. Baking the sweet treat has been always been a hobby for Owings Mills' Jennifer Dansicker, but last month it became a reality when the former writer and single mother of three decided to start a second act: baking.

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  3. Lenny "Batman" Robinson makes a visit to LifeBridge Sinai hospital.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Leonard "Lenny" Robinson, 51, known to many as Batman due to his dedication to visiting hospitalized children while dressed as the superhero, died Aug. 16. Robinson had stopped his car on the shoulder of Interstate 70 near Hagerstown, Md., to check on apparent engine trouble, when a Toyota Camry hit his Lamborghini Batmobile, which then hit him. His car had not been completely clear of the driving lane, according to a police statement.

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  4. Pikesville 5K Hits 15-Year MarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Runners gather at the starting line of the Miles That Matter Pikesville 5K on July 12. The race, which marked its 15th year, raises money for the Ulman Cancer Fund. About 700 people laced up their shoes July 12 for the 15th annual Miles That Matter Pikesville 5K, held near the Festival at Woodholme shopping center.

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  5. Panther PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The Panthers may disagree on which restaurant has the best deal, recall conflicting details from parties long ago or argue over plans for an upcoming event, but all 50 members of the "boys only" club can agree on one thing: Every other Tuesday they may yell and scream at each other during a dinner business meeting, but they will always walk out arm in arm, the best of friends. At a recent Panther Club meeting, a roomful of men in their 70s and 80s gathered at the Olive Branch in Pikesville, a favorite spot among members, but the energy electrifying the room felt more like a gaggle of teenagers, eager to shoot the breeze with their buddies.

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  6. Chabad Event Prepares for Gimmel TammuzRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The Chabad Lubavitch Center of Pikesville hosted a lecture June 17 titled "Timeless Leadership" - an event held in honor of the 21st yahrzeit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, on the third day of the Hebrew month of Tammuz, falling this year on Shabbat last weekend. Rabbi Moishe New, director of the Montreal Torah Center, was the featured speaker for the event, open to both men and women, and the audience included many rabbis from around the greater Baltimore area as well.

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  7. For Jews Here and EverywhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The Menorah Lodge of B'nai B'rith will celebrate its 100th anniversary on Sunday, June 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Milk and Honey Bistro in Pikesville with Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz as a guest speaker. "I am proud to have been associated with the Menorah Lodge of B'nai B'rith for 25 of their remarkable 100 years as a positive force for social good in the Baltimore area as well as for their advocacy of human rights for Jews around the world," said Kamenetz.

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  8. 70 Years Strong Associated Women celebrate decades of dedication to Baltimore's Jewish communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The crowd of approximately 150 women assembled last week in Beth El Congregation's Offit Auditorium for their annual meeting, and to commemorate 70 years of action and accomplishment by Associated Women, was a living representation of the span of service and philanthropy that has benefited the greater Baltimore area and beyond since the end of World War II. "One of the first things I ever did was go to people's houses, door to door, collecting pledges," said Ruth Taubman, involved with Associated Women for about 60 years. 1 comment

  9. Spark that IgnitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    If you've been lucky enough to grow up in a family led by an artist, as I have, then you know that the power of art to transform acts not only on those who passively behold it, but perhaps more profoundly on those who create it. Such is the story of Baltimorean Arnold David Clapman, a curious musician who has played with and for the greats, but discovered who he truly is returning five years ago to the city he hadn't called home since 1962.

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  10. The Sport of MentschenRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The Pikesville Ultimate Disc Association held its championship match of its boys' league, ages 7 to 12, on June 9, ending its six-week season. Ultimate Frisbee, which requires only an open field, a Frisbee and orange cones to play, is a unique sport using the "spirit of the game," which dictates that players call their own fouls and resolve conflicts among themselves.

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  11. It Helps to Have FriendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Anyone who's ever seen a American Magen David Adom ambulance speed down an Israeli street in an emergency has likely marveled at seeing his or her hometown - or the names emblazoned as donors on the side of the white and ride-modified Chevrolet - and been infused with a sense of pride. There goes a distinctly American contribution to the future and protection of the Jewish state, one might think.

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  12. American Dollars, Israeli LivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The donation of an ambulance to the American Friends of Magen David Adom by lifelong Pikesville residents Bill and Karen Glazer adds one more tangible piece to the large network of philanthropic, financial and emotional bonds that connect Israel with the United States. Magen David Adom, the national blood services center and emergency response team of Israel, is a state-mandated agency that receives no government funding in order to remain a member of the International Red Cross and Crescent movement.

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  13. Jewish Festival Comes to the QuarryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The festival, which runs from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., features live Jewish music, kosher food, author signings, a kids area and around 100 vendors that include artisans, synagogues, schools, Jewish and community service agencies. Jay Harris, who runs Harris Promotions, has put on the Quarry Lake Fall Fest for the past four years and came up with the idea of doing a Jewish festival while talking to his son.

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  14. From Imagination to RealityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    A New York-based psychotherapist will be in Pikesville this week promoting her new book, which teaches self-help through a writing program that asks readers to take an outside perspective on their own lives. Kim Schneiderman will be at the Pikesville Barnes & Noble on June 11 at 7 p.m. promoting her upcoming book, "Step Out of your Story."

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  15. Eye on Houston Baltimore examines flood plan after Texas disasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The Jones Falls, in this view south of the 41st Street bridge, is prone to severe flooding during heavy rains. [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons) Baltimore may not have the bayous of Houston, but local officials say they are prepared in the event a flood of similar magnitude to last week's inundation in Texas and Oklahoma should occur.

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  16. Labor of Love' Bar mitzvah project raises funds for family who lost parents in auto accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Clockwise from top left:a SDavid, Jessica, Aidan and Lexi Silverman "show their hearts" and invite the community to Family Fun Night Fundraiser for the Berry children. A local teen is using his upcoming bar mitzvah project to try to make the lives of his friends a little easier, raising money for a family of siblings who lost their parents in a car crash in 2011.

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  17. A Vaudeville ApproachRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Beth Tfiloh eighth-grader Eitan Murinson presents his project with Jewish Museum of Maryland education director Ilene Dackman-Alon and teacher Lizabeth Shrier. An academic journey that took 14-year old Eitan Murinson to the days of vaudeville will be taking him to Israel next month.

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  18. Not Your Bubbie's Brisket' With Texas kosher barbecue, JCC Block Party promises to spice thing upRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    It will be a homecoming for Chaim Goldfeder, who is bringing his kosher barbecue all the way from Dallas. With an 11-foot trailer in tow, Chaim Goldfeder will arrive from Texas to his hometown in time to serve up authentic kosher barbecue at the second annual JCC Community Block Party.

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  19. Fitness AppealRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    When Gabi Faye Levin graduated college, she wasn't satisfied with her dance skills even though she minored in the subject. She did some research on local studios while living at home in Pikesville, and found pole dancing classes at Xpose Fitness.

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  20. A Music Man Memorial to beloved Pikesville native hit all the right notesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2015 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The room was filled with posters and statues of Hollywood's biggest and brightest names - the Iron Lady, the Three Stooges and the Dark Knight - but the name on everyone's mind that night at the Pikes Theater was not Christian Bale or Meryl Streep, it was Steven Michael Stern. Stern, raised in Pikesville, loved music from a young age and never stopped playing until the day he passed away from cancer at 47. Although he hadn't lived in the area for more than 20 years, his friends organized two memorial events, one on May 12 in Pikesville and the other in Sherman Oaks, Calif., where Stern lived with his wife and two children until his untimely death last month.

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