Opinion

Hawking’s Other Choice

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Stephen Hawking isn’t the first big name to ann-ounce he is boycotting Israel. And he won’t be the last. But as one of the...

Step Back

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Harsh words in the Israeli Knesset and fisticuffs at the Western Wall have come to define the growing alienation of secular and ultra-Orthodox (haredi)...

Feeling Like A Sandwich?

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Last week was a perfect image of the diversity of Jewish Baltimore. In a four-day span, I attended (one I simply wrote about) four...

Glimpse Of The Divine

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It was one of my first days as a chaplain resident at the University of Virginia Health System. As I visited patients during my...

Legislative Session Coming To A Close

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In lieu of this week’s Opening Thoughts by a JT editor or reporter, Baltimore Jewish Council’s Cailey Locklair provides a legisl As the 2013 legislative...

Value & Validation

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Last month, at Congregation Ahavath Torah in Englewood, N.J., a panel discussion brought together a Reform rabbi, an Orthodox rabbi and a Conservative rabbi....

Spring, Strumming And Renewal

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A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I took our daughter, a junior in high school, on her first college tour. We drove...

Playing Hooky

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Moms should let their children skip school to have fun. Those who know me might be aghast at this statement. After all, skipping school sends...

Clergy In A Changing Health Care Landscape

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In the changing landscape brought about by the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, lack of knowledge can be detrimental to those who might...

Not ‘The Wire’

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Thank you for the excellent cover story on the historic B’nai Israel synagogue (“Above The Wire,” April 26).  My only criticism is associating our...