Opinion

July 24, 2013

The July 5 issue of the Baltimore Jewish Times had an article titled “The Best Medicine,” which was all about my volunteer work at the Hackerman Patz House and the Jones family from New Mexico I met while doing volunteer work there. Cameron Jones, 7 years old at the time (four years ago), was there CONTINUE »

July 24, 2013

Joan Chaskelson of Reisterstown is not the only JT reader who remembers kosher “bacon” (“B-A-A-A-Con Up A Storm,” June 28). In the 1960s, it was sold as Beef-Fry and was indeed considered a treat. I have searched high and low on the Internet to no avail. Right now it remains a tasty CONTINUE »

July 24, 2013

Contrary to the position of the Zionist Organization of America  (“Bravo,” July 12) as formulated by its German-born national president Morton Klein, Judaism is not a civilization, let alone a religion of blood  and soil.  The West Bank settlers are anything but, as Marc Caroff claims, “the living embodiment of our shared Jewish heritage.” The CONTINUE »

July 24, 2013

The placement of my letter at the end of all the letters to the editor about your June 21 issue (“Fusion of Faiths”) was surprising. You gave priority to Ruth Guggenheim’s letter in which she clarified that she was warning the Jewish community about the so-called danger that “Jews for Judaism, the only full-time international CONTINUE »

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BY Shoshana Krupp
July 23, 2013

Making the decision that your aging parent or loved one needs help is one of the most difficult decisions you will ever have, and it may even be met with resistance.  Whether it is family or an outside service that will provide the care, you are making a wise decision. So how do you recognize CONTINUE »