David Stern

David Stern: The American Years

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008 There’s a very worthwhile exhibit, “David Stern: The American Years (1995-2008),” at the Yeshiva University Museum, placing by a spotlight on an artist whose own story is as compelling as his talent. Check out Joel Silverstein’s exhibition review at ArtCritical.com.  

Theologians Cry Foul Over Ward Remarks

04/26/2001 - 20:00
Staff Writer
The “Charlie Ward controversy” is exposing a vein of Christian Evangelical thought that may be far more widespread — and far more harmful to Jews — than previously believed, say religion experts. The remarks by the veteran Knicks guard made during a Bible study session with teammates — that the Jews are Christ killers and that they persecute Christians to this day — point to two troubling developments in Jewish-Christian relations, those experts say.

Maccabi Coach Apologizes To Knicks

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 October 27, 2009   JERUSALEM (JTA) – An Israeli basketball coach apologized for making a scene after being ejected from his team’s exhibition game against the New York Knicks.   Pini Gershon, head coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv, delayed the Oct. 18 game in Madison Square Garden for about 10 minutes when he refused to leave the court after being ejected with two technical fouls.  

UJA-Fed. Set On Lobby Mission For Seniors

01/27/2000 - 19:00
Staff Writer
In the last six months, Temple Emanuel of Long Beach, L.I., opened its doors for a social adult day-care program for seniors with dementia. Seven seniors attend twice a week and the synagogue's spiritual leader, Rabbi Bennett Herman, described it as "probably the best example of group work activity I've ever seen."
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