For most of the seven years Tova Kinderlehrer lived with her young family in Pittsburgh, she wished she were somewhere else.
David Bedein was a student journalist at a Philadelphia Jewish day school when John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Fifty years later, he looks back at the funeral of a president.
Ryan Braun faces the challenge of winning back fans when he returns to baseball. If any group can forgive the Hebrew Hammer, it’s Milwaukee’s Jews.10
Sylvia Porter created the personal finance column in the ’30s. The Jewish woman advised thousands of readers on how to manage their money — and even presidents.
We know Jack Ruby murdered Lee Harvey Oswald. But there’s much more to the story of Jacob Rubenstein, who came from a kosher and observant home.7
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