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Rosh Hashanah


Rosh Hashanah, the celebration of the Jewish New Year. It is the beginning of a ten-day period which leads to the holiest day of the Jewish Calendar, Yom Kippur, The Day of Atonement. The sound of the "SHOFAR", (rams horn) is a wake up blast to all, that time [...]

Santoni’s Peach Cake


We knew we had hit the peak of summer as a kid when we all went for a ride to the east side of town and visited my father’s childhood bakery. The bakery was so small and all of the ladies behind the counter had bright white hair and [...]



Weddings are not the weddings of yesteryear. They do not need to be so formal that you can’t move in your tailored clothes and uncomfortable shoes. Over the years, weddings have become a little more laidback and rustic with brides often-time wearing sneakers on the dance floor under her [...]

Preakness in Baltimore


This Saturday is the second leg of the Triple Crown. The 147th Preakness Stakes is held in Pimlico Race Course and will put Baltimore in the national spotlight. It is a day where just about everyone in Maryland will stop what they are doing at 7:01pm and become a horse [...]

Celebrating Easter and Passover


The next couple of days are going to be busy as folks prepare to celebrate Easter and Passover with their families this weekend. It seems like we live in a time where we are always busy running around…trying to keep up with our jobs, activities with the kids and that [...]

The Birds are Back in Town


In Baltimore, nothing marks the beginning of Spring like Opening Day. It’s an unofficial holiday where parents gladly allow their kids to cut school to go to the game and employers know that all sales calls are really, just a day at The Yard. It is a day of hope, [...]

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