Baltimore, MDUSA 21212
February 24, 2013
The Jewish community in anywhere other than DC and perhaps Pikesville is too spread out to really have any organization other than online.
It's a tossup between Passover and Chanukkah.
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I recently moved to Pasadena this past September, and I've been looking for people who share my interests
One common problem I've had with social gatherings for "young professionals" is that they're often held at places with crowds where you can't hear yourself talk and don't know whether you're talking to someone else or yourself. This is the only group for millennials seeking other people to hang out with where you can actually talk to people and form friendships, particularly if you're not very well-spoken in crowds. The one thing groups need is intimate moments, events that you can remember well, and this group has a smorgasbord of them in each. Examples include a night of baking hamentaschen using diverse fillings, a night where each of us expressed their artistic side, and the tried and true standby of meeting at a restaurant of some kind. I'd recommend this group to people as far away as Owings Mills; groups with this level of intimacy are few and far between.