Opinion

May 3, 2013

Thank you for running the informative article on BGE trying to replace all of our electric meters with smart meters (“Smart Meters: Dumb Choice,” April 12). These are being installed in every house, apartment, office, school, library and hospital in Baltimore. CONTINUE »

May 3, 2013

Highlighting the April 5 edition of the JT dedicated to Yom Ha’Shoah 5773 was the editorial “Yom Ha’Shoah’s Necessary Story.” It emphasized the importance of “remember the horrors of the Holocaust and its threat to the survival of the Jewish people” and the need “to honor the memory of those who perished.” CONTINUE »

Rabbi Moshe Hauer
May 3, 2013

Engaged parents make all the difference in the life of a child.  The nature of contemporary society has made engaged parenting all the more challenging, as the increasing demands on our time and attention distract us from focusing on our children, and as the ubiquitous connectivity to various media distract our children from paying much CONTINUE »

May 3, 2013

Arielle Erenrich On Sunday, March 17, 10 University of Maryland, Baltimore County students and the director of the Hillel met at 4:30 a.m. at BWI airport. We gathered in line to check onto our flight to Seattle. We would spend the next week there to learn about human trafficking. When he found out that UMBC’s CONTINUE »

BY Danielle Sarah Storch
May 1, 2013

I hated recess. No one believes me, but it is true. Our recess looked something like this: Ari would split the boys up into teams for kickball.  I was mostly chosen last. “Can’t you kick a ball?”  Ari, the oldest guy in class, would yell from the grass, as I was up to the plate. CONTINUE »