Articles By Yonatan Raz Portugali
on singing from the stands, when the stadium goes remote
The rare, forgotten feeling of knowing that someone else, someone responsible, is taking care of life for you.
The beautiful kaleidoscope of international The Office adaptations: exploring culturally specific versions of white male managerial toolishness.
My father, the minor spy novelist Mendel Portugali, rarely spoke of his famous namesake.
Of course his wife made him three eggs to get him going, but still.
World Cup in Evening
It's called "the beautiful game," but soccer is at its best when it is seemingly the most boring.