Opinion

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BY Maayan Jaffe
August 7, 2013

About a month ago, the Baltimore Jewish Times published an ad recruiting a managing editor. That ad has been taken down. I’m staying — at least for now. But I also moved to Kansas … on Wednesday. A few months back (if even that long), my husband and I determined that the best thing for CONTINUE »

July 31, 2013

Regarding Simone Ellin’s article about the Zimmerman case (“Word Of The Day,” July 26): Why is President Barack Obama speaking out on such a personal, emotional level in reference to the Martin and Zimmerman jury decision? Instead of focusing on the decision of the acquittal and self-defense verdict, the president has been dwelling on a CONTINUE »

BY Donna Kane
July 31, 2013

Has someone ever confided in you feelings of depression? This is not uncommon. But when those feelings persist and impact a person’s health and well-being, it may be necessary to seek help. As a concerned friend or family member, you may wonder how serious the depression is, and you may feel the need to encourage CONTINUE »

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BY Autumn Sadovnik
July 31, 2013

Noah came home from camp this week and told us he had been fishing in the lake without a pole. When asked to clarify, he told me they just walked into the shallow water and tried to catch them with their hands. I asked him how that worked out. He told us, “Not very well.” CONTINUE »

BY Anne Greenspoon
July 31, 2013

Gabriela Cruz wanted to go to Israel to better understand how Israelis and Palestinians live together in an unstable area. Professor Mario Garcia found his trip to Israel “transformative and invaluable.” And on college campuses across the country, door hangers, which showcase some of the latest Israeli innovations that are making the world a better CONTINUE »