Letters To The Editor

September 18, 2013

After reading “Discover the Beauty” (Sept. 9), we would like to thank Dr. Susan Wolf Dudley for a job well done. The Reform Temple Inc. is a most wonderful alternative for many Jewish worshippers. The services are pleasant, understandable and well delivered. If you have never attended these services, you don’t know what you are CONTINUE »

September 11, 2013

As an alumnus of Baltimore City College, the third oldest public high school in the United States, I was surprised to see that the author of a letter responding to the “School Choice” (Aug. 16) article mentioned that Poly “is the only public school that has a working alumni foundation” (“None Better Than Poly,” Your CONTINUE »

September 11, 2013

A subsidiary of the French railway won’t run two MARC commuter lines (“Looking Back on 5773,” Aug. 30), but we now have access to the company’s records from World War II. This is an unparalleled opportunity to document the memory of those who perished, and those who survived, of the 70,000 people in France — CONTINUE »

September 11, 2013

In response to your recent article about hybrid vehicles (“Want Savings?” Aug. 16): Math can sometimes be tricky, but when it comes to figuring out the cost benefits of rebuilding your car’s engine, the answer is very simple. If your car or truck is diagnosed with major engine damage, installing a remanufactured or rebuilt engine CONTINUE »

September 4, 2013

How wonderful to read your editorial, “A Seat at the New Year’s Table” (Aug. 23) and to know that now other Jewish organizations are following in the footsteps of The Reform Temple, offering welcoming places to join together in prayer for Rosh Hashanah. Because classical Reform Judaism is no longer available at any synagogue at CONTINUE »