With its big Jewish population, New York would have seemed the perfect place for legendary baseball star Hank Greenberg to play. Greenberg’s biographer explains why that never wound up happening.
Once upon a time, Jan Selby had a successful career in corporate marketing. But when that wasn’t satisfying her, the Minnesota director took a mad and ultimately rewarding turn into documentary film.
In the scandal-tarred world of professional cycling, Charles Aaron has managed to achieve success with integrity. And he still has Shabbat dinner with his parents every Friday.
Three years ago, Daniel Levy committed suicide at the age of 21. Now, his father Adam Levy, front man for the Minnesota indie rock band The Honey Dogs, is trying to use music as a way to erase the stigma associated with mental illness.