Paul Berger


End of Cuba Freeze Revives Memories of Jewish Havana — and Hopes for Future

By Paul Berger

End of Cuba Freeze Revives Memories of Jewish Havana — and Hopes for Future
Many emigre Jews from Cuba are happy that America’s 50-year standoff with Havana is ending. They relate in their own words the pain of exile — and their hope to return.Read More


Richard Joel Points Fingers Over Mushrooming Yeshiva Fiscal Crisis

By Paul Berger

Richard Joel Points Fingers Over Mushrooming Yeshiva Fiscal Crisis
Richard Joel blames Yeshiva’s financial woes on fired staffers and archaic management practices. Critics say that after 11 years at the helm, the problems are of his own making.Read More


Yeshiva U. Plan To Shed Albert Einstein Money Pit Collapses

By Paul Berger

Yeshiva U. Plan To Shed Albert Einstein Money Pit Collapses
Yeshiva’s plan to shed its money-losing Albert Einstein medical school has collapsed. Financial analysts say the failed deal could exacerbate the university’s fiscal woes.Read More


Untold Story of the First Jewish Lynching in America

By Paul Berger

Untold Story of the First Jewish Lynching in America
The first Jew lynched in America was a man you’ve never heard of. His name was Samuel Bierfield — and Paul Berger went to Tennessee to find his riveting, untold story.Read More


Midnight in Tennessee — Footnotes

By Paul Berger

Footnotes and source material for “Midnight in Tennessee” by Paul Berger.Read More



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