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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,SUN ARCHITECTURE CRITIC | October 9, 1999
From the day it opened in 1960, Temple Oheb Shalom was considered one of the most architecturally significant religious structures in Baltimore.It was the only building in central Maryland designed in part by Walter Gropius, a world-renowned master of modern architecture, and it represented a new model for worship in reform Judaism.Tomorrow at 11 a.m., the congregation will break ground for a $3 million expansion and modernization project that is designed to prepare the building for another 40 years of service.
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By ANNA EISENBERG | May 4, 2006
COMICS RELIEF WHAT / / Free Comic Book Day WHEN / / Saturday WHERE / / A variety of venues that sell comic books, including Comics Kingdom, 3998 Roland Ave.; Shananigans Toy Shop, 5004-B Lawndale Ave.; and Cutting Edge Comics, 2832 Christopher Ave. WHY / / Because comic books will be given away to promote readership. CONTACT / / Visit www.freecomicbook day.com to find the location nearest you. FREE HARLEM RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL The Prince George's County Harlem Renaissance Festival is Saturday.
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November 5, 2003
On November 1, 2003, ROSE SPAIN GOODMAN beloved wife of the late Frederick Goodman, loving mother of Edythe G. Runett of Potomac, MD, and Dr. Stan Goodman of Pacific Palisades, CA, loving mother-in-law of Darryl Runett, Dr. Jeanne Ruderman and the late Iris Shapiro Goodman, adored grandmother of Elyse Corlett, Robert Runett, Ryan Goodman, Karin Runett, Eli Goodman and Elizabeth Goodman. Services will be held at Temple Oheb Shalom (Gordon Chapel) 7310 Park Heights Avenue on Wednesday, November 5, at 12 noon.
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By Annie Linskey | October 28, 2004
Art for Election Day Looking for something to do on Election Day? After you vote on Tuesday, stop by Maryland Institute College of Art's Decker Gallery for Another Voice: Political Illustration From The Progressive Magazine. The show includes more than 150 color and black-and-white political illustrations that appeared in the magazine from 1981 to 1999. The election reception is 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Polls close at 8 p.m., so you'll have to go home and watch the national results on your TV - sans art. The Decker Gallery is at 1400 Cathedral St. Call 410-225-2300.
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August 29, 2004
On Thursday, August 26, 2004, IRENE J. AARON (nee Rosenzweig), loving wife of the late Herman Stanley Aaron, beloved mother of Rebecca Ronstadt of Gilmanton, NH, Jane Fallon of Fallston, MD, Dinah Aaron Moses of Cave Creek, AZ and David Aaron of Reisterstown, MD, devoted mother-in-law or Dr. Robert Ronstadt, Dr. Graham Fallon, Jim Moses and Gail Aaron, beloved sister of Ruth Adlam of Port Orange, FL and the late Naomi Slinkman, loving grandmother of...
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Staff Writer | November 7, 1993
Dr. Robert Lawrence Campbell, 57, co-founder and director of the Norbel School on Park Heights Avenue, died of cancer at his Towson home Monday.Norbel is a combination of the names of the school's founders, Dr. Campbell and his wife, Dr. Norma Hauserman Campbell, who established the school in 1980 for students who require a personalized educational environment. The school, at the Temple Oheb Shalom, started with seven students and how has 60."The philosophy of the school emphasizes individualized instruction for the basic 3 Rs along with an equally important fourth R, rational living skills," said Dr. Hauserman-Campbell.
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By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2002
Chiae Herzig, a former school administrator active in Baltimore's Jewish community and the local Democratic Party, died of a heart attack Friday at her home in Cheswolde. She was 82. Since moving to Baltimore in 1966, Mrs. Herzig performed extensive volunteer work for various Jewish organizations. She was the first female president of Temple Emanuel of Baltimore synagogue and former co-president of the National Women's Division of the American Jewish Council. Born Chiae Wolpaw in Cleveland, she graduated with a bachelor's degree in psychology from Case Western Reserve University in 1942.
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By Annie Linskey | October 28, 2004
Art for Election Day Looking for something to do on Election Day? After you vote on Tuesday, stop by Maryland Institute College of Art's Decker Gallery for Another Voice: Political Illustration From The Progressive Magazine. The show includes more than 150 color and black-and-white political illustrations that appeared in the magazine from 1981 to 1999. The election reception is 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Polls close at 8 p.m., so you'll have to go home and watch the national results on your TV - sans art. The Decker Gallery is at 1400 Cathedral St. Call 410-225-2300.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck | August 2, 1992
'Alfred Einstein' at SpotlightersThe latest production in the 11th annual Baltimore Playwrights Festival is Mark Berman's intriguingly titled, "Alfred Einstein Never Sang at the Met," which begins a four-weekend run Friday at the Spotlighters Theatre, 817 St. Paul St.Berman, a professional actor and playwright, has had plays produced at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and the Alliance Theater Company in...
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | November 21, 1997
As a young man, Melvin Luterman faced an agonizing decision: Should the tenor pursue a glamorous career as an opera singer, or choose to lead prayers in a synagogue?Attracted by the emotional power of Jewish religious music, he chose the synagogue over the stage and became a cantor.Luterman, the dean of Baltimore's cantors, celebrates his 30th anniversary at Temple Oheb Shalom, 7310 Park Heights Ave., at the Sabbath service this evening. He has also recorded XXTC compact disc to commemorate the occasion, titled "Hear Our Voices."
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August 29, 2004
On Thursday, August 26, 2004, IRENE J. AARON (nee Rosenzweig), loving wife of the late Herman Stanley Aaron, beloved mother of Rebecca Ronstadt of Gilmanton, NH, Jane Fallon of Fallston, MD, Dinah Aaron Moses of Cave Creek, AZ and David Aaron of Reisterstown, MD, devoted mother-in-law or Dr. Robert Ronstadt, Dr. Graham Fallon, Jim Moses and Gail Aaron, beloved sister of Ruth Adlam of Port Orange, FL and the late Naomi Slinkman, loving grandmother of...
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November 5, 2003
On November 1, 2003, ROSE SPAIN GOODMAN beloved wife of the late Frederick Goodman, loving mother of Edythe G. Runett of Potomac, MD, and Dr. Stan Goodman of Pacific Palisades, CA, loving mother-in-law of Darryl Runett, Dr. Jeanne Ruderman and the late Iris Shapiro Goodman, adored grandmother of Elyse Corlett, Robert Runett, Ryan Goodman, Karin Runett, Eli Goodman and Elizabeth Goodman. Services will be held at Temple Oheb Shalom (Gordon Chapel) 7310 Park Heights Avenue on Wednesday, November 5, at 12 noon.
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By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2002
Chiae Herzig, a former school administrator active in Baltimore's Jewish community and the local Democratic Party, died of a heart attack Friday at her home in Cheswolde. She was 82. Since moving to Baltimore in 1966, Mrs. Herzig performed extensive volunteer work for various Jewish organizations. She was the first female president of Temple Emanuel of Baltimore synagogue and former co-president of the National Women's Division of the American Jewish Council. Born Chiae Wolpaw in Cleveland, she graduated with a bachelor's degree in psychology from Case Western Reserve University in 1942.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 1, 2002
In Baltimore City Regional leaders OK pact on preparing for emergencies Leaders of Baltimore and surrounding counties announced yesterday a mutual aid agreement designed to improve emergency preparedness in the region. The city and counties had mutual aid agreements for police and fire services. The Baltimore Region Emergency Assistance Compact strengthens those agreements and expands them to include transportation, communications, public works, engineering, building inspections and other services, officials said.
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,SUN ARCHITECTURE CRITIC | October 9, 1999
From the day it opened in 1960, Temple Oheb Shalom was considered one of the most architecturally significant religious structures in Baltimore.It was the only building in central Maryland designed in part by Walter Gropius, a world-renowned master of modern architecture, and it represented a new model for worship in reform Judaism.Tomorrow at 11 a.m., the congregation will break ground for a $3 million expansion and modernization project that is designed to prepare the building for another 40 years of service.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1999
CLARIFICATIONAn article about Rabbi Steven M. Fink in Sunday's editions may have given the impression that the organ and choir would be eliminated from worship services at Temple Oheb Shalom in Upper Park Heights. Rather, there are plans to expand the choices in services to accommodate those who do not prefer organ and choir.Had Rabbi Steven M. Fink been 2 inches taller, he might be wearing a badge and packing a pistol.At 5-foot-5, the prospective Officer Fink didn't meet the height requirement for the Washington, D.C., police department and chose a different vocation.
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By ANNA EISENBERG AND LORI SEARS | April 20, 2006
POP AT THE TEMPLE Doug Cotler, awarded a Grammy for writing the song "Manhunt" from Flashdance, will perform at Temple Oheb Shalom tomorrow. Cotler, who has recorded six Jewish musical albums, will present some of his favorite pieces, including "Standing on the Shoulders," at this service. The youth, teen and adult choirs will collaborate with Cotler, under the direction of Cantor Lisa Levine. The Shabbat Rocks Band will accompany the groups. ....................... This event is at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Temple Oheb Shalom, 7310 Park Heights Ave. Call 410-358-0105.
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