Representing the Los Angeles Jewish community at the 2018 JCC Maccabi Games and ArtsFest held in Orange County, Aug. 3-10, the three soccer teams of the LA Westside JCC delegation successfully competed to take home medals in their respective divisions. Pictured above is the U14 Boys Soccer team, which won silver medals. Pictured (back row, from left): Yohanatan Ketayi, Yosha Reiss, Teddy Rotgin, Nathan Winthrop, August "Auggie" Koskoff and Coach Irwin Morozin; (front row, from left): Gal Cohavy, Jake Aigner, Eli Nissenbaum (goalkeeper), Joshua Hollander and Joshua Weissman; Not pictured: Eli Steinberg.
ESPN will not broadcast the national anthem -- during which some players have knelt in protest -- before its showcase Monday Night Football NFL games this season, network president Jimmy Pitaro said Friday.
Basketball great LeBron James on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump of intensifying racial divisions in the United States.
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The Belgium-Brazil 2018 FIFA World Cup quarterfinal will be shown live Friday on a movie-size screen at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills and on a big screen at the Hammer Museum in Westwood.
LeBron James, the four-time NBA MVP and 14-time All-Star, announced Sunday afternoon that he has agreed to a 4-year, $154 million contract to join the Los Angeles Lakers.