Monthly Archives: December 2018

Life After Plath

Sylvia Plath is a poet/author infinitely larger in death than in life.  This weekend’s Wall Street Journal has an article in the Review section on a lost story by Plath unearthed and shortly to be published as Mary Ventura and the … Continue reading

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Teaching Sportsmanship

It might suffice to say that the girls’  basketball coach of Hillel Yeshiva School located in Ocean, NJ, will not be receiving a sportsmanship award for his actions this evening at Bruriah High School in Elizabeth, NJ.  The poor sportsmanship … Continue reading

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It Happens Every Spring

It was in 2004 that Pullitzer Prize-winning author Ira Berkow published “Making Contact” in Chicago Magazine as a follow-up to his original article on Jim Woods in 1986.  The article is reprinted under the title of Jim Woods: At 17, … Continue reading

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