Letters To The Editor

July 10, 2014

In the obituary for Benzion “Nick” Attias (“Belated Goodbye,” June 27) , it is stated that “his admiration for the soldiers who liberated the Jews from the Nazis inspired Attias’ choice to be buried in the Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery in Owings Mills, instead of a Jewish cemetery.” It should be noted that he was CONTINUE »

June 26, 2014

This is wonderful (“Have You Heard? New play at Everyman Theatre more accessible than ever,” June 20). As an accessibility consultant and occupational therapist for over 25 years, I have worked with many businesses to create greater accessibility for inclusion of people with disabilities as well as to support compliance with the Americans with Disabilities CONTINUE »

June 26, 2014

I enjoyed reading the article about Jewish food festivals in unexpected places (“Culinary Delights,” June 20, 2014). Upon Googling the events I learned that this year’s Asheville, N.C., festival has yet to take place. I was surprised that was not mentioned in the article.  I was also surprised that the Baltimore connection to Asheville was CONTINUE »

June 26, 2014

Everyman Theatre should be applauded (“Have You Heard? New play at Everyman Theatre more accessible than ever,” June 20). This addition not only allows my deaf teenage grandchild to partake of theater, but it is also helpful to the elderly who are hearing deficient. Too bad all local theaters do not have this system. The CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

While attending the recent Maryland Attorney General Forum sponsored by the Baltimore Jewish Council, I appreciated hearing about the candidates’ experiences and policy positions. However, I was distressed that Delegate Jon Cardin stated that while he has been in office, Maryland has “adequately” funded education. “Adequate” support, specifically required by the Maryland Constitution, means the CONTINUE »