Card-a-Palooza: The million-dollar baseball card industry was created in large part by Seymour Perry Berger who was born on New York’s Lower East Side in 1923.

How Sy Berger Invented the Baseball Card

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.

Ringo Starr, Lou Reed To Enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The late Jewish rocker Lou Reed is one of the 2015 inductees named on Tuesday to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Spanish Imam Probed for 'Destroy the Jews' Rant

Spanish prosecutors are investigating the actions of an imam from a town near Madrid who called for the destruction of Jews.

Happy Hanukkah From Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik has no Christmas-envy. To show her Hanukkah spirit, the actress posted a picture of her Hanukkah apparel to Facebook. Menorah leggings, anyone?

Portrait Painting in the Facebook Age

In a selfie-obsessed world, Russian-born painter Anya Rubin questions our distorted preoccupation with facial recognition.