Opinion

Editor-in-Chief
BY Joshua Runyan
September 11, 2014

You don’t need to be a fan of professional football or even a resident of Baltimore to know that the news coming out of the home team has been far from good as of late. The moves Monday by the Baltimore Ravens to release star running back Ray Rice and by the National Football League CONTINUE »

September 4, 2014

How proud I am of Jay Bernstein for his  letter of Aug. 15 (“When Will Our Leaders Stand Up for Israel?”). I live in Colorado, and our federation, now known as Jewish Colorado, also held two rallies, also in a safe place, a synagogue and the JCC. They were fairly well attended, but my feelings CONTINUE »

September 4, 2014

As a subscriber to the Baltimore Jewish Times, I am disappointed that its only coverage of Israel’s war against Hamas in its Aug. 22 issue was indirectly through the small article, “ADL Documents Rise in Global Anti-Semitism.” While I am certainly interested in local news and feature stories, at this time I would be more CONTINUE »

September 4, 2014

Your Aug. 22 article about Mike Gimbel (“New Lease on Life”) was very interesting, although I have known about him for a long time. In the article, Allie Freedman also wrote about Joel Bernstein, who in 1991, while doing his job at Sinai Hospital, “got stuck with Hepatitis  C” with a needle. The article infers CONTINUE »

September 4, 2014

I am writing to add wonderful information about the article on the Levinson family that appeared in your Aug. 22 issue (“Family owned and proud of it”). I am a board member of the Hebrew Burial and Social Service Society of Maryland. Our function is to give to the area’s poor Jews a proper Jewish CONTINUE »