A fitting tribute to Rabbi David Soloff’s long-tenure of leadership at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin drew over 500 people to Beth El at North Suburban in Highland Park.
Very interesting behind the scenes tour of some of the private clubs at Wrigley as Crain’s Chicago Business hosted an event with Ryne Sandburg and Crane Kenney.
As the accolades for Tiger poured in over the last few days (all well-deserved), it got me thinking about how unlikely it was. Not Tiger’s performance, but the fact that so many people wanted to see him do well. As a society, we often hear about the desire to see someone comeback from a past mistake. Should we give them all the second chance most have given to Tiger?
Each week I am planning to look at some of the stories and news that I found most interesting. This space will include some sports, but not all of the sports stories that I normally follow in the areas of sports philanthropy, sports law, sports business, Jewish sports, concussions and otherwise. If you want to see more of what I am following in those areas, let me know and I can point you to the best spots on my blog or various websites. You will see that I love to find some of life’s little absurdities and point those out as well as other interesting stories that I follow.