Again, hazmat crews, using their meters, found no dangerous substances or chemicals. He subsequently entered the University of Michigan where he embarked on a life-long journalistic career, starting as a night editor of the Michigan Daily, the university student publication. It goes beyond his public persona and explores his personal life from his family to his dedication to community service. Multiple individuals reported feeling ill after a suspicious package was opened Monday at the Beth El Synagogue, where Jewish day school classes are held. His weekly column appears in the March 16 issue as the first by him in his new capacity as Editor Emeritus. Andrew Buerger then became editor and publisher, and runs the publication's former parent company, Alter Communications, which also produces and a number of custom publications. These include the pursuit of truth, service to the Jewish community and to remain a patron of principle rather than a disciple of partisanship.
Rosenblatt continues as editor of the Baltimore weekly, commuting regularly to Detroit to supervise editing and production of the Detroit publication. They hope to have impacted over 4,000 people throughout the community. Slomovitz said that his son, Carmi, now 50, will continue as business manager of the Detroit weekly, a post he has held for 28 years. Slomovitz also has received the American Association for Jewish Education Award; the American Jewish Tercentenary Award; and an award from the Detroit Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Sections range from a focus on his early years as a young immigrant working odd jobs to his transformation to a full-time magician. The more information you provide, the more you will have in common with your volunteer! Several people report symptoms of illness after opening a suspicious package.
Fire Department personnel left at around 3:30 pm. The Welcome Bag also contains community resources to help you get involved. Shalom Baltimore volunteer matches are made based on demographic information, denomination, occupation, area where you both live and interests. Jacobs' experience writing the series and living through the controversy it raised in his community was chronicled in Standing Silent, a 2010 documentary film by director Scott Rosenfelt producer of and , among others. In the 1980s the two also acquired and , which were given similar makeovers. Phil Jacobs, a Baltimore native and former Jewish Times reporter who had been serving as editor of the Detroit paper, was named Executive Editor of the Baltimore Jewish Times in 1997.
A special honor has conferred on him by the Technion in Haifa in 1977 with establishment of the Philip Slomovitz Chair in the Hebrew Language. Alter built a seven newspaper chain, but only two survived the , including the Baltimore Jewish Times. No injuries were reported, and units cleared the scene at 3:29 p. Rosenblatt left in 1993 to become editor of. During his tenure, the paper published a series of investigative reports on child molestation by members of the rabbinate, and revealed that he had been molested himself as a child. His first articles in print, two years after he arrived in that city, were publicity pieces for the Jewish Relief Committee which appeared in the now defunct Bayonne Times. Born in Minsk, he completed the equivalent of a high school education at the age of 13 just before immigrating to the United States where his family settled in Bayonne, N.
In 2006 the paper won the 2005 Simon Rockower Awards for Excellence in News Reporting and Writing about Scientific and Technological Innovation Out of Israel from the. It's the second suspicious package reported in the county today. The two expanded the scope of the paper's coverage, as well as the size; in the 1980s the paper regularly exceeded 200 pages, and circulation peaked at over 20,000. Items were distributed to individuals in homeless shelters in Baltimore City and County. To help get you acclimated, we start with a personalized one-on-one meeting with a Shalom Baltimore volunteer. Buerger died in 1996, and the paper was taken over by his son Andrew. He has served as president of the American Jewish Press Association; the Zionist Organization of Detroit; the Detroit chapter of the American Jewish Congress; the Jewish National Fund Council of Detroit; and the University of Michigan Menorah Society.
Two adults were examined by emergency medical personnel for mild symptoms, but reportedly refused to go to a hospital. Cyprian Journalistic Award for Communal Betterment; and the first Boris Smolar Award for Excellence in North American Jewish Journalism, which is presented annually by the Council of Jewish Federations. The two patients were treated at the scene and refused transport. A second suspicious package was reported nearly two hours later at around 2:45 pm at Beth Isaac Adath Israel synagogue in Baltimore County, in the 4300 block of Crest Heights Road. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. He is a member of the board of the Associated Jewish Charities and Welfare Fund and of its campaign cabinet.
Featuring dozens of artifacts, photos and archival records, many on loan from public and private collections, Inescapable will showcase the incredible story of how this Hungarian Jewish immigrant, Ehrich Weiss, transformed himself into an international superstar. In 1998 Andrew Buerger sold off the newspapers, and in 2000 he sold the and papers to. The first issue of the Detroit weekly under its new ownership and editorship appears tomorrow, dated March 16. During the past two decades, there have been many changes in ownership of Jewish news media but the Detroit-Baltimore change marked the first time a privately-owned Jewish newspaper has been purchased by another privately-owned Jewish newspaper. Jacobs left the Baltimore Jewish Times in June 2011 to become editor of.
Crews were called about 1:45 p. The envelope was sent to Beth El Synagogue, which operates the Pauline Mash School For Early Childhood Education at its complex at 8101 Park Heights Ave. His services on behalf of Jewry and his fellow man have brought Slomovitz many local and national awards. In 2011, the Baltimore Jewish Times underwent a major redesign and became more magazine-like, with coated glossy stock, a smaller page size and more color photography and graphics. The Jewish News of Detroit, for which Philip Slomovitz has served as editor and publisher for more than three decades, has been purchased by a Baltimore-based group of investors. He was a reporter for the Detroit News and an editor of the Detroit Jewish Chronicle which was incorporated with the Detroit Jewish News in 1951. Shalom Baltimore is here to connect you to … Baltimore has an active and diverse Jewish population and many, like you, were not born here!.
The series won critical acclaim, but also outrage from some members of the Orthodox community, who disputed some of the accusations made. If you are new to our community, a partner in an interfaith relationship, or just looking to meet other Jewish people, or if you simply need to find a or more, Shalom Baltimore is here to help. We look forward to welcoming you to Jewish Baltimore! These have included the first Detroit chapter of Hadassah Myrtle Award; the St. Julian has written for Babble. He also has written regularly for The New York Times and the Jewish Chronicle of London and has contributed to a number of national publications. This program, featuring a professional magician who takes on the persona of Houdini, will include a dramatic performance of his life and offer opportunities for audience interaction.