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To Dust

The film To Dust examines what happens to our remains, and those who remain behind, after we die.

avocado grapefruit

There is nothing more impressive or romantic than making a great meal at home.


The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt (Bloomsbury 2018) is a new book that steps in, unexpectedly illustrating the life—and trailblazing ideas—of philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt.


Inna Faliks performs her autobiography; the CSO plays a classic Bernard Herrmann score; and the Illinois Holocaust Museum opens an exhibit on American slavery.


Jenni Berebitsky shares the strength she has found through living with ALS in a new documentary.


Father and journalist Ron Suskind will share his experiences at an upcoming event.

Israeli salatim are brightly colored and deeply layered concoctions of seasonal fruits and vegetables dressed in toasted spices, lavishly drizzled with fresh extra virgin olive oil, and brightened with citrus.

bob dylan exhibit

“Marc Chagall and the Bible" is at Wheaton College through March 8, and "Bob Dylan: Electric" will be at the American Writers Museum through April 30.


Once upon a time, not very long ago— during the Carter and Reagan administrations— there lived a very bright and perceptive Jewish girl, Lynda.


The photographs of Steve Schapiro and Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins.

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