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Spring has finally arrived here in Baltimore. The flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and we don’t know about you, but we are itching to get out of the house and have some fun. We can’t…wait to “rock the block” at the annual Community Block Party and celebrate Shabbat at JTown; and we’re already planning some extra cardio sessions to get ready for the ice cream and cheesecake on Shavuot. Are you ready to start planning your own outings? We thought so. Here’s where to have some family fun in… >> Read More
The past few days have been unsettling. My parents live in St. Louis, and I felt very connected to the events in Ferguson this summer. Now, with the recent turmoil in Baltimore, where we lived until…a little over a month ago, I’ve been having a strong sense of deja vu. Many of the sentiments I’ve seen online these past few days could’ve been taken verbatim from posts eight months ago. The same words. The same judgments. The same frustrations. Shortly after we moved to Baltimore, I was taking a walk… >> Read More
Let’s face it: Despite the hordes of stimulating toys and activities you have most likely amassed in your time as a parent, sometimes you need to get out of the house and let your little ones burn…off some energy. Or maybe you just need a change in scenery. As Baltimore residents, we know that there are many days and months of the year when the playground just isn’t an option. And even when it IS finally nice enough to play outside, you might want to switch things up a bit. That’s… >> Read More
Passover is almost here! In addition to scoping out the latest kosher for Passover goodies (sriracha or red velvet macaroons, anyone?) and solidifying your seder plans, consider checking out one or…more of these family-friendly events to add some extra fun to your holiday celebrations. Remember, this year Passover begins at sundown on Friday, April 3rd. The Great Matzah Bake Make your own matzah, learn the Four Questions in American Sign Language, and enjoy a PJ Library Passover story time and craft. RSVP requested. Fun for… >> Read More
Here at Kveller, we have a soft spot for musical parodies. We had a ton for Hanukkah, followed by a very disappointing shortage for Tu Bishvat. So when Purim drew closer, we were really holding out…for a solid chunk of parodies to delight us. Purim begins Wednesday night, and unless we've got some last minute surprises coming up, you guys really dropped the ball on this one. Well, most of you. >> Read More