At 5 pm on Fridays, Julia Logan pushes back her desk, moves her work screen aside and dims the lighting. In her small apartment dining room, amidst twinkling lights in mason jars, she sets a Shabbat table for one and joins a Zoom call of seven other young adults in Chicago, and across the country.
I will not be RBG, or even RBG-lite, but I can be RBG-like on the small stage of my everyday life.
The bar serves Sufganiyot with syringes of vodka-infused jelly and Challah grilled cheese. Specialty cocktails: “The Chosen MF” and “Mazel Tov.”