Defying Gravity WIth Marc and Bella Chagall

We all know what Marc Chagall’s art looks like. But a new play in London, “The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk,” explores the private life of the painter and his wife Bella beyond the canvas.

What Did Baseball Scouts Really Have To Say About Sandy Koufax?

If Sandy Koufax were playing baseball today, there would be a ton of scouting data about him. The discovery of a 1954 scouting report about Koufax reveals that baseball was a bit different 60 years ago.

Remembering Scientist Simon Ramo — Oldest Man To Ever Receive a Patent

American physicist, engineer, musical prodigy, entrepreneur, and father of the ICBM missile, Simon Ramo has died at the age of 103. Benjamin Ivry recalls Ramo’s century of remarkable accomplishments.

Orthodox Rabbinic Student Rocks ‘American Ninja Warrior’

(JTA) — On Monday night’s episode of “American Ninja Warrior,” Orthodox rabbinical student Akiva Neuman competed with his yarmulke, tzizit and a T-shirt that showed a muscular rabbi lifting a Torah over his head. “Usually ‘rabbi’ goes along with ‘pot belly,’ so I’m gonna try and change that,” Neuman, a resident of the Queens borough…

Daniel Radcliffe: ‘Never Say Never’ to Harry Potter Return

Harry Potter fans, gird your wands. Daniel Radcliffe admitted he wouldn’t rule out the possibility of reprising his role as the iconic wizard.

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