Letters To The Editor

January 9, 2014

While it is heartening that the presidents of the University of Maryland and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County declared their opposition to the American Studies Association boycott of Israel, much more is required from our public universities than issuing press statements (“Boycott Earns American Studies Association an ‘F,’” Dec. 27). As the only educational CONTINUE »

January 9, 2014

By way of response to the letter of David. L. Fisher (“Shocked,” Dec. 20) concerning the burial of Jews in a “segregated location” at Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery: In my capacity as the commander of the Department of Maryland, Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., I can assure him that Jewish veterans can be buried CONTINUE »

January 9, 2014

Just a few days ago I was present at the funeral of a friend of more than 70 years. We grew up together, and both served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He was buried in a veterans’ cemetery in South Florida in the next available gravesite. I somewhat lamented the fact CONTINUE »

January 2, 2014

I loved the Dec. 20 issue of the JT. After reading Eli Schlossberg’s article, “Jewish Food: What’s the Next Big Thing?” I was reminded of an interesting cookbook, “The World of Jewish Cooking” by Gil Marks. The author uses pictures and the history of each food to give “flavor” to our ancestors’ dishes. Lynne Selznick CONTINUE »

January 2, 2014

Thank you for the stunning and genuine portrayal of the Etz Chaim Center (“Tree of Life,” Nov. 29). We love what we do, and we’re so proud and happy to let people know that Jewish hearts everywhere are being touched. Just as the article was going to print we had an epic event that I CONTINUE »