“The one question I am obsessed with is how do children survive.” Sendak once said.
A refugee from Nazi Germany, Bill Graham became one of the biggest names in rock ‘n’ roll history. He’s the subject of the new traveling exhibition “Bill Graham and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Revolution.”
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.
When Israeli-born photographer Eilon Paz moved to Brooklyn, he stumbled upon a vinyl collector — and became hooked.
There’s more to Jewish baseball than Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg. A new book looks at the little-known Jewish stars of the great American game.
Photographer Harold Feinstein began taking black-and-white pictures in Coney Island as a teenager 60 years ago. Now, the rich images are included in a new and overdue collection.