I want to congratulate you on the 9/27/19 JT issue. It is on a totally different level than other recent issues, providing me with lots of interesting and useful information and opinion I could not get elsewhere. Particularly the articles “Your Participation Matters” (Voices section), “New Year, New… Kidney?” (Cover Story section) and the news items on the “Jew her down” incident, the Israeli rhythmic gymnast, the immigration of Russian Jews to Israel and the FIDF gala (we attended so maybe I’m biased).
“Falling Information” on page 58 (Seniors special section) — this is huge. Consider an actual JT article on this and what older people can do to minimize this risk. This is how my father died.
Of course, this is just my opinion. In any event, I really enjoyed this issue.
Ken Hornstein, Owings Mills
On Social Media
In response to “New Year, New… Kidney?” (Sept. 27, 2019)
We are beyond grateful for the work of Jerry and Eileen… We hope many people come out to join them on October 6th at the Greater Baltimore Kidney Walk!
National Kidney Foundation –
Maryland and Delaware, Facebook
In response to “Pearlstone Center Celebrates 18th Anniversary with Locally-Sourced Cuisine” (Sept. 27, 2019)
Thank you Baltimore Jewish Times, David Stuck and Gary Schuman for sharing our 18th Anniversary Celebration story so beautifully!
Pearlstone Center, Facebook
In response to “BJC Deputy Director Scores Spot on List of VIPs Making a Difference in Maryland” (Sept. 27, 2019)
Thanks so much to the Baltimore Jewish Times for highlighting the work of the BJC and the tremendous accomplishments of our Deputy Director Sarah Mersky in this week’s issue!
Baltimore Jewish Council, Facebook