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Farewell, Mike Shanahan

Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2008, marked the saddest day in the Denver Broncos history. The day before, it was learned that Mike Shanahan, Broncos head football coach for 14...

Profile: TV sports anchor Eric Goodman follows the action

Sports director and anchor Eric Goodman at Fox Channel 31 is representative of the high caliber of sports personalities doing this kind of work on the local scene. You...

How Friedman made football a quarterbacks? game

By David Davis, Nextbook LOS ANGELES —— A star quarterback on the New York Giants from 1929 to 1931, when the National Football League was in its infancy, Benjamin...

Chargers’ Ukraine-born Olshansky defies stereotypes

By Nisha Gopalan, Nextbook NEW YORK —— In “Knocked Up”, Seth Rogen extols Steven Spielberg’s “Munich” for so demonstratively debunking...

Students’ letters to survivors

A few decades ago, TV personality Art Linkletter made a handsome career by exploring the basic idea that “kids say the darndest things.” Linkletter’s kids were wildly...

A demanding sanctuary: Running from the Nazis, life in Shanghai

In March of 1939, German Jew Fritz Marcus and his father Samuel traveled to Genoa and set sail for the long, arduous journey to Shanghai. For the next 10 years,...

Happy Chanukah! IJN Doris Sky Chanukah Coloring Contest Winners

Our judges had a tough time again this year — especially since we received 312 entries this year! Entries came from various cities across the Rocky Mountain West —...

Bernie Schwartz — aka Tony Curtis — handles Hollywood

By Adam Kirsch, Nextbook NEW YORK —— In Cultural Amnesia, Clive James’ eccentric encyclopedia of modern culture, the Australian critic devotes some of his most...

A question of identity: a tribal lens

Always one fascinated with the question of identity, Tamar Yellin, an acclaimed British writer, explores this subject through one of the last remaining mysteries of...

McCartney’s tour de force in Tel Aviv

By David Brinn, Jeruasalem Post JERUSALEM —— In the end, it comes down to the music. After all the hoopla surrounding Paul McCartney’s visit to Israel — the calls...