Three new films of potential interest to Jewish cinefiles open in Metro Chicago on Friday, July 22. Read More »
WORDS OF THE WORKPLACE
Inspiration comes to budding entrepreneurs in the most unlikely ways. Read More »
REGA, A MOMENT
I don’t like roller coasters. Read More »
On paper, artist Eva Hesse’s biography reads like a 20th century nightmare cooked up by a Jewish screenwriter. Read More »
JCRC condemns murder of Catholic priest in Normandy, France
JCRC Chair David T. Brown and Executive Director Emily Sweet issued the following statement in response to the murder of Father Jacques Hamel in Normandy, France.
Local leaders make the case for El Al to land in Chicago
Flights - as frequent as three times a week - could begin in 2017 or 2018.
Illinois Treasurer Frerichs, State Sen. Harmon explore high-tech side of Israel on JUF mission
Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerichs and State Sen. Don Harmon recently returned from an intensive four-day mission to Israel.
The trauma of violence in America through the lens of poverty in Haiti
Haiti does not have violence remotely approaching that of America. One begins to wonder which is worse: the plague of outrageous violence or abject poverty?
This episode of visits the college campus, a venue of increasing confrontation, yet also of sincere efforts at connection.
‘Defiant Requiem’ to make Chicago premiere March 23
Virginia & Norman Bobins, Karyn & Bill Silverstein chair benefit for Holocaust Community Services UPCOMING EVENTS
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