How Abraham J. Twerski—rabbi, psychiatrist, and author of more than 70 books—found inspiration in a popular comic strip
It’s been 50 years since the M.V.P. lefty sat out on the holiest day of the year, then pitched the Los Angeles Dodgers to the 1965 World Series title
How a Brooklyn yeshiva’s sad fate was tied to the team’s ‘miracle’ season
Seeking a morning prayer service? Head to the rear car of the train.
Unraveling Jewish baseball’s urban legend about the southpaw and the Rebbe
A famous headline corrected, and a baseball legacy revisited
I never got to meet my grandmother, but the place I feel closest to her has always been her yahrzeit plaque in our synagogue
My family Kiddush became the haunting opening for Schindler’s List, and was sampled by the hip-hop collective