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Baltimore Jewish Teens are Creating Innovative Solutions to Social Problems in New 4Front Teen Fellowship

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Izzy Hettleman sees it all the time. Unsafe roads, in part from teens texting and driving.

Women Take Charge: Roz Cornblatt

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For many, running a 5K is a rather challenging feat. For 73-year-old Roz Cornblatt, it was a goal that she was determined to complete.

Opioid Epidemic Impacts the Jewish Community

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It’s a simple question. Yet when Elizabeth Piper, health educator for Jewish Community Services (JCS), asks it to a room full of high school students, she is always amazed at the response.

Getting to Know: Ari Abramson

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Ari Abramson is a native Baltimorean who grew up in Pikesville and graduated from Pikesville High School. He left his hometown to attend Muhlenberg College, then returned to Baltimore for a job after college at Legg Mason. Today, the investment professional, active member of The Associated’s Real Estate Industry Group (REIG) and father of two, lives in Homeland with his wife, Sarah Manekin, and two young children, Eleanor, 5, and Henry, 3.

Everybody Wins a Trophy?

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For years, self-esteem, punctuated by an “everybody wins a trophy” mentality, dominated the child-rearing landscape.

Retirement Mythbusters

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From paper routes and babysitting to corporate titles and entrepreneurship, you’ve covered work territory while earning a paycheck.

From Player to Coach: Joe Uddeme Leads Jr. Maccabi Soccer Team

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For three years, Joe Uddeme played soccer for the Baltimore Maccabi team, traveling to Detroit and Wayne, N.J. as well as participating in the 1992 Baltimore games.

Redeemer Speaker Series: St. Albans Headmaster Vance Wilson, Feb. 28

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The Church of the Redeemer is located at 5603 North Charles Street. Click here to sign-up for supper at 6:00 p.m. for $10 per person. There is no cost and no sign-up to attend the lecture only.

Report: State Plans to Shut Down Baltimore Metro Again This August

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Photo by Adam E. Moreira, via Wikimedia Commons

Baltimore’s subway commuters will reportedly need to plan ahead for a second system-wide shutdown this year.

Heather Mizeur to Speak at the Church of the Redeemer, Feb. 21

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Former gubernatorial candidate Heather Mizeur speaks at the Church of the Redeemer, 5603 North Charles Street, on Wednesday, February 21 as part of the church’s Voices Speaker Series. Click here to sign-up for supper at 6:00 p.m. for $10 per person.  There is no cost and no sign-up to attend the lecture only.