The farm on the grounds of the KAM Isaiah Israel synagogue in Chicago yields hundreds of pounds of fruits and vegetables per day.
The documentary “Disturbing the Peace” follows former Israeli soldiers and Palestinian fighters who team up to end the conflict.
“People on the left are not interested in listening to Jews. We’re seen as white, people of privilege, oppressors because of affiliation with Israel.”
Celebrate the founding of our country by visiting a statue of the secret hero of the American Revolution, Haym Salomon.
LGBTQ Jews in Chicago and around the country have noticed increasing conflicts at the intersections of their identities.
Theater critic Hedy Weiss has done it again.
It’s Pride Weekend in America, and Chicago is no exception. Festivities begin Thursday night and continue through Sunday; a list of official Chicago Pride events appears here, though there are many, many more elsewhere. The parade kicks off Sunday at noon from the intersection of Montrose, Broadway and Halsted in Uptown and continues to Diversey and Sheridan in Lincoln Park. Among the marchers will be representatives of the Israeli consulate, the Chicago chapter of the Anti-Defamation League and several Reform, Conservative, and Reconstructionist synagogues.
The Leo Frank case, a century old now, seems like an unlikely subject for a musical
There are three Jewish responses to hunger. You can eat. You can feel guilty about what you ate, or what you don’t want to eat, or about people who don’t get to eat. Or you can do something about making sure everyone else can eat, too.
A musical about Leo Frank and a book fair this week in Chicago