Prized baseball cards are valued at thousands of dollars. For that we can thank Sy Berger, the son of a Lower East Side furrier who created the industry, James Sullivan writes.
When Israeli-born photographer Eilon Paz moved to Brooklyn, he stumbled upon a vinyl collector — and became hooked. He travelled across the world to photograph record collections.
There’s more to Jewish baseball than Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg. A new book looks at the little-known Jewish stars of the great American game.
Photographer Harold Feinstein began taking black-and-white pictures in Coney Island as a teenager 60 years ago. Now, the rich images are included in a new and overdue collection.