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BY Howard E. Friedman
June 26, 2014

Two years ago, when I became chair of the board of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, my first official act was to invite the guests at our annual meeting to roll up their sleeves and get involved with the many hands-on projects at a volunteer expo that followed the annual meeting. It was CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

I saw the very good article about the Tulkoff family (“It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Sting,” June 6). Marty Tulkoff, of the famous horseradish business, and I were friends in the 1950s. I even met my wife though Marty, and I took a photo of our guys’ group back then. CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

I believe what we are seeing in society today is the horrible devaluing of human beings by people in positions of perceived power and others who are jumping on the bandwagon instead of standing up to injustice (“A Lack of Human Respect,” June 13). We need good, moral people to stand up and not be CONTINUE »

BY Jill Klein
June 19, 2014

My father and I will watch every game that the United States plays in the World Cup, starting this past Monday when the American team defeated Ghana. We live on opposite sides of the world — he is in Florida and I am in Australia — but today’s video technology will allow us to cheer CONTINUE »

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BY Aleeza Oshry
June 19, 2014

The contamination of our freshwater supply is a critical issue for the health of our environment and population. Although the recent stormwater fees are creating a greater focus, there is great need for proactive community involvement to create the changes that are needed for these vital improvements. Three years ago, Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin called CONTINUE »