Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports and has garnered millions of players globally in the last several years. Many local recreation centers host pickleball classes, teams, leagues, tournaments and courts.
A couple of years ago, Carl Landau noticed there was not an instructional book on pickleball in the Dummies series and decided to change that. Landau co-authored “Pickleball For Dummies” with his wife, Diana Landau, Mo Nard and Reine Steel. The book was published Aug. 30, 2022.
Caden Vincent spent his younger years in front of the television watching sports, muting the sound and adding commentation of his own. Now, he is making a name for himself as a color commentator in his hometown.
On the 10th anniversary of the murder of Aliza Sherman, family and friends gathered March 24 at 75 Erieview Plaza in downtown Cleveland as her daughter, Jennifer Sherman, announced the creation of the Aliza Sherman Fund in collaboration with Cleveland Clinic.
Yaron Kohlberg, president of Piano Cleveland, performed recently at a private event for Cleveland snowbirds in Delray Beach, Fla.
As the interim regional director of ADL Cleveland, the Anti-Defamation League office which serves Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia and western Pennsylvania, Kelly Fishman looks to grow the office and build community partnerships.
Heights Schools Foundation and Cleveland Heights High School will commemorate the 50th anniversary of its Holocaust education program with an April 16 event from 2 to 4 p.m. at the school’s auditorium in Cleveland Heights.
Howard Steindler has carved quite a niche in competitive rowing. Before you conjure a vision of Steindler’s hobby habitat, be advised that this rower does not even dip a toe into water.
About 450 people attended Fuchs Mizrachi School annual spring fundraiser March 21, which surpassed its fundraising goal of $100,000 at the school in Beachwood.
Josh Radnor is coming home to Ohio – for one night when the Cleveland Jewish News and Singerman, Mills, Desberg & Kauntz Co., L.P.A. present “An Evening with Josh Radnor.”
Jstyle magazine – the Cleveland Jewish News’ sister magazine focused on lifestyle, fashion, food and decor in Northeast Ohio’s Jewish community – will launch a free biweekly email newsletter in April.
Two 17-year-old suspects were arrested in connection with the murder of Antonio Johnson, who was killed Nov. 24, 2021, according to a March 21 news release from Chief of Police Dustin Rogers and Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan.
The city of Cleveland Heights and its development partner, Flaherty & Collins Properties, announced March 14 they have reached real estate and financial closing for the upcoming Cedar Lee Meadowbrook project.
The death penalty could be abolished in Ohio under upcoming bipartisan legislation announced Tuesday. It's the latest version of a proposal that failed to get traction at the Legislature in recent years despite support from some of majority Republicans. State senators sponsoring the proposal cite the financial blow to taxpayers to keep an inmate on death row, difficulty getting lethal injection drugs, the danger of executing an innocent person and questions over a state's right to end a life. The Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association says the bill would cut the state's worst criminals a break.
The Maltz Museum in Beachwood named the top 20 student finalists for the 15th annual Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out awards and top 10 class finalists for the Stop the Hate Youth Sing Out awards.
The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood board of trustees voted to appoint August “Augie” Napoli as its new executive director, according to a March 28 news release.
Michele Weiss, University Heights vice mayor and city council member, told the Cleveland Jewish News after hearing Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan call councilwoman Shari Sax “dumb” at a March 21 committee of the whole meeting, the mayor has shown a pattern of aggressive behavior. The meeting wa…
Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman has agreed to a 10-year contract extension as he leads the park district through its recently adopted Second Century of Stewardship System Plan, according to a news release.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision March 27 to delay his efforts to overhaul the country’s judicial system sends a strong signal that such changes are unlikely to occur, Aaron David Miller, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a former Shake…