Opinion

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BY Autumn Sadovnik
May 31, 2013

My grandmother called me one rainy evening asking for help changing a light bulb. I was only 14, so I brokered a ride from my friend Chris. My grandmother’s house was a mile down the road, but the rain was torrential. This was long before her Alzheimer’s left her confused about which family members were CONTINUE »

BY Shoshana Krupp
May 31, 2013

There is a common misunderstanding by many that home care and home health are the same. The difference is that home care is a nonmedical service that provides assistance with activities of daily living, and home health is a medical service providing treatment and care at home for illnesses and injuries. The options for care CONTINUE »

BY Mayyan Jaffe
May 31, 2013

Israel65. Celebrate! is the largest and greatest celebration of Israel in Baltimore. It is organized by volunteers from across the community and by professionals from more than two-dozen organizations. Be there!CONTINUE »

May 31, 2013

I am happy that Issachar Friedmann took the time to reply to my letter on halachic issues in Eretz Israel. Regarding women dressing as men , there are many interpretations, including the prohibition on women being combat soldiers bearing arms. The plain meaning, however, is that women should not dress as men and this CONTINUE »

May 31, 2013

I was rather surprised by Issachar Friedmann’s claim in his May 17 letter that “the standard interpretation of the Biblical prohibition applies to cross dressing, not to any single item of clothing,” when the verse appears to be quite explicit in stating, “A man’s garment shall not be worn by a CONTINUE »