Max Linsky profiles Jewish Sports Review, a defiantly old-school (read: Print-only) bimonthly journal dedicated to figuring out just which athletes in sports major and minor are in fact, well, worthy of inclusion, today in Tablet Magazine. “Wallman and Moxson spend much of their time as religious detectives,” Linsky writes of the magazine’s two founders, who have yet to tap into a penny of the profit their product has created with $36 annual subscriptions. Hey, someone’s gotta do it—these things are important! (Oh, and for something approximating a more frequent, Internet-friendly JSR, I recommend Kaplan’s Korner.)

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