Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Iyyar 17, 5776

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Elyse Glickman, Simchas Feature
While Santa Fe is a haven for outdoor sports, arts, cuisine and silver jewelry, one of its greatest treasures is its unique place in American Jewish history.
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Barbara S. Rothschild, JE Feature
Klotz overcame his diminutive size and anti-Semitism to succeed in the sport, despite becoming the “losing-est” player ever during his career with the Washington Generals.
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Julie Wiener, JTA
Acclaimed writer Gary Shteyngart devoted a chapter of his new tragicomic memoir to his alma mater, the Solomon Schechter School of Queens, but none of what he has to say is particularly flattering.
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Hillel Kuttler, JTA
In pushing to mark the achievements of the hoops Hall of Famer, Celeste Morello, a Catholic, says “Jewish-Americans are underrepresented with historical markers in Philadelphia.”
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The National Museum of American Jewish History showcases collectibles connected to Jewish baseball greats and unknowns alike.
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