Opinion

A summer camp fiasco
BY Danielle Sarah Storch
July 3, 2013

It was the third week at camp, and things were running smoothly. “Lineup at 6 a.m. by the flagpole,” Art, our counselor, called out to us one afternoon. “We’ll announce the leader for our overnight then.” My best friend, Mo, looked at me. “Maybe he’ll chose me, I’m an Eagle Scout,” he said. The job CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

Parshat Matos-Masai Being from Chicago, I am a big fan of the Blackhawks, who just won the Stanley Cup in one of the best NHL championship series. In so many ways, hockey is like a religion. It is filled with laws and superstitions, both for the fans and the players. There is a hockey “minhag” CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

Regarding “‘Jews Are Still At Risk’” (June 21): The story of teaching the Holocaust is a sad story of wasted money. Those who were able to give testimony either were ignored or too traumatized to tell their story. Another factor was that those in charge to select what would be valuable many times lacked knowledge CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

Bravo to Maayan Jaffe on her informative article about One Israel Fund and its efforts to protect and nurture Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria (“Can’t The Jews Have One?” June 21). Indeed, Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley, as well as Jerusalem, Israel’s capital, played a central role in Jewish history and, accordingly, are CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

Congratulations to Marc Terrill on the occasion of his 10th anniversary as president of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore (“On The Marc,” June 14). While he has greatly influenced the Jewish community and changed lives near and far, the reach of his leadership extends deeply into other communities. There have been numerous occasions CONTINUE »