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Get Involved with AJC and ACCESS DC

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Located in the nation’s political and diplomatic heart, ACCESS DC, the American Jewish Committee’s (AJC) New Generation Program is known for its ambitious agenda in working with young diplomats, community leaders and thinkers. ACCESS empowers young professionals to engage today’s critical domestic and international issues, reaching out to diplomats, policymakers and young leaders of diverse […]

The Matzo Ball

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This Christmas Eve instead of staying in, eating chinese takeout and watching a movie, venture out into the city and go dancing at the Matzo Ball! Believe me, staying in, having a spring roll and watching some horrible Rom Com does have its advantages but so does going out and meeting some new people. Presented […]

Fashion Designer Daniella Kallmeyer

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It’s always nice to see a local girl make good on her dreams and that’s just what we’re bringing you this week. Daniella Kallmeyer was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and moved to Potomac, Maryland as a baby, was raised there and graduated from Churchill High School. Best known for her stint on Bravo TV’s […]

Official Redskins Blogger Matt Terl

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At an early age Matt Terl knew he loved two things, writing and The Washington Redskins. His career has led him to combine those two loves as the official blogger for the Skins. Terl credits a solid foundation in writing and journalism from the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, Maryland for getting […]

The Hebrew Nationals

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Summer is in full swing, and we can’t believe that it’s already July. With the holiday weekend approaching, we thought it natural to focus on the Great American Pastime, baseball. As you may well know, baseball returned to the Nation’s Capitol in 2006 after a 33-year absence. The Montreal Expos were losing money and had […]