Once home to Pele New York is again a formidable force in North American soccer. But who is the best Jewish player ever to play in New York?
Arthur Janov, who died on Sunday October 1 aged 93, was the creator of the now largely-ignored psychotherapeutic system, Primal Scream Therapy. A dramatic psychic system, it captured the imagination of John Lennon in the 1970s and Tears for Fears in the 1980s.
“Before Seinfeld” is little more than an innocuous standup set mixed in with a few innocuous reminiscences from celebrity Jerry.
At the intersection of internal gay politics, “alt-right” provocation and Jewish vernacular, here comes more ammunition for the language police.
The joy and pain of artificial intelligence was already apparent in the 1920s.
Should we stop using a term because a group who are sworn ideological opponents have offensively appropriated it? No way.
There is a moral vacuum at the head of the republic. Donald Trump again refused to condemn Charlottesville’s white supremacists.
What happened in Charlottesville must act as a call to action. And here’s what actions we should take.
The English Premier League starts this weekend with an unlikely Middle East peace story as part of its fairytale.
Milk and Honey has actually made good on its single malt promise.