A new memoir co-authored by a nonverbal autistic adult and her mother details how one family overcame the communication barrier.
Not even a pandemic could stop YU’s basketball team from achieving greatness. The wild ride, as told by the players themselves.
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Georgia Tech’s Josh Pastner became the first Jewish head coach to lead a college basketball team to win an Atlantic Coast Conference championship, topping a division that includes titans Duke and North Carolina and becoming another example of the renaissance for Jews in American sports.
Not long after they matched on Hinge, Shapiro, sensing the grad student’s politics leaned further to the left than hers, had warned him: “I’m not woke.” He had said he could take it.
Meyers Leonard, the Miami Heat player who made headlines Tuesday for shouting an antisemitic slur while livestreaming a video-game, has been suspended from team activities a week by the NBA and fined $50,000.
The fight over pandemic-era economic justice has claimed a new victim — a supermarket with the largest kosher selection in Los Angeles.
This article was updated March 9 at 8:20 EST.
Something is happening in the world of sports that hasn’t happened since the middle of the last century: Jews. Jews are happening.
An ESPN reporter who criticized Gina Carano’s incendiary social media posts has drawn the ire of the commissioner of the sport he covers, drawing the Worldwide Leader into the Octagon of cancel culture and antisemitism.