Passover, the celebration of the Israelites’ deliverance from slavery in Egypt, normally begins with great family dinners, the seder. But this year, with the coronavirus pandemic raging and stay-at-home orders in place, many Jewish families are turning to virtual seders.

The Edward A. Myerberg Center in Northwest Baltimore put on its own virtual seder earlier this week.

It started with Melanie Waxman, who teaches the ins and outs of computer technology to older adults at the center, as the host on Zoom, a free video conferencing application. <<Read More>>