Opinion

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BY Howard E. Friedman
June 26, 2014

Two years ago, when I became chair of the board of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, my first official act was to invite the guests at our annual meeting to roll up their sleeves and get involved with the many hands-on projects at a volunteer expo that followed the annual meeting. It was CONTINUE »

June 26, 2014

Everyman Theatre should be applauded (“Have You Heard? New play at Everyman Theatre more accessible than ever,” June 20). This addition not only allows my deaf teenage grandchild to partake of theater, but it is also helpful to the elderly who are hearing deficient. Too bad all local theaters do not have this system. The CONTINUE »

Editor-in-Chief
BY Joshua Runyan
June 26, 2014

In the current economy, the concept of a vacation, especially for the working poor among us, is something of a luxury. And even among those for whom a vacation is a given, financial realities have made “staycations” a common feature of American life. That’s why it’s great to live in a place like Baltimore, where CONTINUE »

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Parshat Korach
BY Rabbi Craig Axler
June 19, 2014

There’s a small scar on my left index finger where the digit meets the hand. There since early childhood, it serves as a reminder of the time I decided to slice a frozen bagel by myself with a sharp knife. A little more force, a slip here or there, and I would have been one CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

I saw the very good article about the Tulkoff family (“It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Sting,” June 6). Marty Tulkoff, of the famous horseradish business, and I were friends in the 1950s. I even met my wife though Marty, and I took a photo of our guys’ group back then. CONTINUE »