While the ranks of Jewish basketball players continues to grow at both the high school and college level, the NBA bubble seems to have burst.
Author Archive for Rabbi Jeremy Fine
Jeremy Fine is the Assistant Rabbi at Temple of Aaron in St. Paul. He was ordained in 2012 from the Jewish Theological Seminary where he also received a Masters in Jewish Education. TCJewFolk.com will be hosting his nationally recognized Jewish sports blog www.TheGreatRabbino.com a column exclusively for TCJewFolk called Pop Parsha. Rabbi Fine married his lovely wife Jessie in 2009 and they have an amazing daughter Annie. Rabbi Fine is dedicated to making sure his child understands the importance of Chicago sports...and Judaism. Feel free to email him at RabbiJeremyFine@templeofaaron.org.
Local Jew Ron Garber on Michigan basketball, J Street, and ice cream.
There’s a lot of controversy with this year’s Baseball Hall Of Fame vote, with Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. But we should be more concerned with Shawn Green!
As excitement brews for the Timberwolves to battle Maccabi Haifa, Temple of Aaron listens to Coach Brad Greenberg about Israel, his rabbi, and of course, basketball.
Rabbi Jeremy Fine recently caught up with NBC’s The Voice contestant Todd Kessler (of Team Ceelo) to hear about his music.
Aly Raisman is America’s new darling and Jewish sweetheart but can it last?
Chicago Born. Jewish Raised. Minnesota Trained. And NOT a Rabbi. Meet the newest Chicago White Sox draft pick, Macalester’s own Mitch Glasser.
I don’t know about you but I have a love/hate relationship with Matisiyahu…kind of the way I feel about Pinchas just with out the violence.