Opinion

September 25, 2013

I was happy to see the listing for services at the Chabad Center in Owings Mills in your expanded High Holiday calendar. Finding Chabad of Owings Mills, and more specifically Rabbi Nochum Katsenelenbogen and his wife, Chanie, has been a truly unexpected gift beyond words. A few years ago, when my dear friend, Jon Welfeld, CONTINUE »

September 25, 2013

Regarding the Sept. 20 editorial (“Time To Raise The Minimum Wage”): This article does not convince me that an increase in the minimum wage is warranted. You only cite that a family of four cannot live on yearly earnings of $15,000. I agree, but the percentage of families of four as opposed to the overall CONTINUE »

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BY Shoshana Krupp
September 25, 2013

The United States is recognized as the provider of the most sophisticated health care in the world at an annual estimated cost of more than $1.7 trillion. But while spending significantly more money on health care than any other leading industrialized nation, the U.S. also retains a significantly larger population of unserved or underserved citizens. CONTINUE »

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BY Abe Novick
September 25, 2013

On a recent visit to Israel this summer, I couldn’t help but notice its beauty — the land and shores, of course, but also the people. While Israel is known for its brains (more Ph.D.s per capita than any other country) and brawn (an unmatched military), youth and beauty abound. Along with that fountain of CONTINUE »

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BY Ann Neumann Libov and Michele Lax
September 25, 2013

As we come to the end of the High Holidays, with the concepts of renewal, rededication and new beginnings still very fresh in our minds, we are anxious to begin the very important assignments we have accepted on behalf of our community. We are the chairs of the Annual Campaign and The Women’s Campaign for CONTINUE »