Hillel Kuttler


Shalom, Cooperstown! Jewish Mayor Welcomes World to Baseball Hall of Fame

By Hillel Kuttler

Shalom, Cooperstown! Jewish Mayor Welcomes World to Baseball Hall of Fame
Cooperstown Mayor Jeff Katz and Jeff Idelson, director of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, work together to oversee induction weekend.Read More


How Jewish Summer Camps Are Coping With Murders of Israeli Teenagers

By Hillel Kuttler

How Jewish Summer Camps Are Coping With Murders of Israeli Teenagers
The murders of three Israeli teenagers took place just as Jewish summer camps were opening for the season. How much should children be told about the tumult in the Middle East?Read More


Eddie Gottlieb's Story of Immigrant Success Resonates in South Philly

By Hillel Kuttler

Eddie Gottlieb's Story of Immigrant Success Resonates in South Philly
Eddie Gottlieb may not rank with famed South Philadelphia High School grads Jack Klugman and Chubby Checker. But the hoops icon may just mean more to today’s students.Read More


Philadelphia Basketball Great Eddie Gottlieb Cited as Immigrant Role Model

By Hillel Kuttler

Philadelphia Basketball Great Eddie Gottlieb Cited as Immigrant Role Model
Jewish basketball great Eddie Gottlieb was posthumously honored as a pioneer who rose from an immigrant student to a founder of one of sports’ most iconic brands.Read More


Rare Detroit Jewish Combination as Ian Kinsler Reports to Brad Ausmus

By Hillel Kuttler

Rare Detroit Jewish Combination as Ian Kinsler Reports to Brad Ausmus
Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler and manager Brad Ausmus make up the rarest of baseball combos: a Jewish player reporting to a Jewish manager.Read More






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