Passover Traditions with Ellen Mendelsohn

Native Baltimorean Ellen Mendelsohn looks back on fond Passover memories while sharing her favorite brisket recipe.

National Initiative to #StandUpToJewishHate 

The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and the Baltimore Jewish Council (BJC) announced today they have joined the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism as an official partner of #StandUpToJewishHate, their new national campaign to mobilize all Americans, and especially non-Jews, to combat antisemitism by using the […]

Inbal Neun: From Kibbutz to The Myerberg

On this episode of The Associated’s Pull Up A Chair Podcast, Inbal Nuen, director of the Edward A. Myerberg Center, shares her story about when her past met up with her present.

Happy 75th Birthday Israel

April 26 is the 75th Yom Ha’Atzmaut, or Israel’s Independence Day. Our Jewish homeland is full of innovation, deep history and rich culture. Over the years, Jewish Baltimore has forged a powerful connection to Israel, resulting in life-changing programming, experiences and relationships that bring our […]

11 Things you need to know about Morgan Hurwitz

2. What inspired you to want to be a leader within the Associated system? My mother-in-law is very involved within the Associated and has expressed to all of her children the importance of giving back to our community in any way that you can. She […]

Meet Brenda Footer – A Natural Relationship Builder for Jewish Baltimore

Tell us a little bit about the program. The Community Connector Program is a group of paid volunteers who engage in peer-to-peer outreach and engagement with families in the Jewish community. Comprising mostly of moms of young children, these connectors create programs and facilitate one-on-one […]

Meet Lauren Ades 

Finding Her Niche  When Lauren left to pursue her undergraduate degree at Emory University, then a law degree from New York Law School, she was not sure she would return to her hometown. That is, until she and her lifelong friend from her days at […]

And That’s The Way We Became The Bagel Bunch

On this episode of The Associated’s Pull Up A Chair Podcast, Howard and Ann Cornblatt discuss growing up in Baltimore, childhood days and how the Myerberg Center has provided them a community they consider a second family.

Meet Lauren and Lauren

Lauren George’s insights on dating someone Jewish. I met Lauren Sibel when I moved back to Baltimore in 2018 and started working at the University of Maryland Medical Center. I had previously trained there and already knew everyone in the office except this new girl […]

Meet Amy Burke Friedman

Did you ever attend a Jewish summer camp? I went to Camp Louise! The first time I went, at 11 or 12 years old, I was immediately hooked. Camp is where I really found and felt a connection to Judaism. I went for years, through […]