Letters To The Editor

May 31, 2013

I want to commend Lisa Traiger for the wonderful article about the rebirth of Art Outside, the outdoor art show around the reservoir at Druid Hill Park (“Art Outside,” May 17). The show was a terrific outpouring of love of art and the outdoors in a beautiful spot in our wonderful city.  The park area CONTINUE »

May 31, 2013

Contrary to the editorial, the presence of Stephen Hawking at an academic conference in Israel will not be missed, but he has shown his basic anti-Israel stance by this action. Scientists from the entire world will be there, with papers that indicate advances in all fields, including physics. Following the advice of Noam Chomsky and CONTINUE »

May 31, 2013

Stephen Hawking’s stance on boycotting Israel ought to be commended, and apologists for the Israeli apartheid government are scrambling for arguments that haven’t been worn out from overuse and lack of credibility (“Hawking’s Other Choice,” May 17). When someone of Hawking’s stature takes this position, perhaps it is time for many to start to re-evaluate CONTINUE »

May 24, 2013

I want to thank the Baltimore Jewish Times for its coverage of our 97th annual convention, which took place on May 2 (“Happy Birthday Maryland Jewish Women,” May 10). Ellen Lightman, recipient of our E.B. Hirsh Lifetime Achievement Award, embodies the mission statement of the Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations of Maryland. We could not CONTINUE »

May 24, 2013

In his discussion , Rep. John Sarbanes tried to put seniors at ease by telling them what they wanted to hear rather than by facing reality (“Health-Care Costs Will Stabilize,” May 3). But there will be significant changes to health-care delivery and covered procedures after new protocols are enacted. CONTINUE »