Opinion

BY David Snyder
March 22, 2013

Last Thursday, I celebrated my 26th birthday, and it got me thinking: I’m certainly in a different place in my professional life than I was this time last year. On March 21 — last year — I had reached a point where I wasn’t even sure if I wanted to be a journalist anymore.CONTINUE »

March 15, 2013

Maayan Jaffe It’s almost Pesach. I have to admit that I am excited. I know I’m among the minority of the Jewish people, but I like eating unleavened bread and cookies made out of ground almonds and potato starch. I especially like freshly ground horseradish. But more than that, I love the Passover Seder.CONTINUE »

BY Danielle Sarah Storch
March 1, 2013

Eli was a tall, bright and athletic 12 year old. He threw the football like a pro, and he caught passes better than anyone else. Sam, who was shy, played an OK game. His throws didn’t spiral, and he tripped a lot during practice. So when Sam was placed on Eli’s after-school football team, Eli CONTINUE »

BY Cailey Locklair
February 15, 2013

Our legislative session is off to a good start, as Gov. Martin O’Malley has generously provided funding to the greater Baltimore Jewish community for many of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore’s  programs and agencies that support our shared vision of a better Maryland. This year, we are pursuing funding for the Hillel Center CONTINUE »

January 25, 2013

I would be remiss if I didn’t make some comments about Del. Jon Cardin’s grandiose claim to be someone who wants to bring about campaign reform to our political process (“The Year of Campaign Reform,” Jan. 11). What Mr. Cardin didn’t tell you is the amount of contribution money he and his associates, Sen. Bobby CONTINUE »