Gerald Eskenazi


Will This Be the Most Kosher Super Bowl?

By Gerald Eskenazi

Will This Be the Most Kosher Super Bowl?
At this year’s Super Bowl, there will be more than just kosher franks, knishes and pretzels. ‘We will be the most kosher stadium in the country.’Read More


Debunking Myth of the Unathletic Jew

By Gerald Eskenazi

Debunking Myth of the Unathletic Jew
We are endlessly fascinated by stories of Jews who play sports and play them well. An under-the-radar publication suggests there are more of them than you might think.Read More


Sixty Summers Ago, Dodgers Dream Died for a Jewish Boy

By Gerald Eskenazi

Sixty Summers Ago, Dodgers Dream Died for a Jewish Boy
The Brooklyn Dodgers and Cal Abrams had the pennant locked up along with the loyalty of millions of Jews. In a flash, they blew their lead and turned a kid’s world upside down.Read More


Shabbat on the Queen Mary 2

By Gerald Eskenazi

Shabbat on the Queen Mary 2
It certainly wasn’t your average Friday night Sabbath.Read More


Baby-Sitting Means a Trans-Atlantic Flight

By Gerald Eskenazi

Baby-Sitting Means a Trans-Atlantic Flight
It used to be so simple: On Sunday mornings I’d go upstairs to my grandma’s part of the house, snuggle in bed with her and sing “You Are My Sunshine.” How she kvelled.Read More






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