A U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum curator explains the challenges of collecting Holocaust artifacts — especially when they are family possessions.
“Sometimes I meet people, and I think, what the heck, how are they so bloody strong?”
“We still stand behind Dyke March Chicago’s decision to remove the Zionist contingent from their event, & we won’t allow Zionist displays at ours.”
While the Conservative Movement is just now grappling publicly with intermarriage, Humanistic rabbis have been living this debate for 40 years.
Kosher hot dogs are coming to Wrigley Field, the home of the 2016 World Series champion Chicago Cubs.
“You attacked, humiliated and robbed me of a job. No tears. I forgive you. Just hope you learn how destructive and pointless hatred is.”
“You attacked, humiliated and robbed me of a job,” Hammond tweeted.
Chicago Dyke March walked back its use of the term “Zio,” a pejorative often deployed by white supremacists.
A group of investors led by a former Chicago alderman has purchased the Sun-Times newspaper.
The farm on the grounds of the KAM Isaiah Israel synagogue in Chicago yields hundreds of pounds of fruits and vegetables per day.