Manny’s Deli supplies 1000 sandwiches to needy
To start a vigorous political argument just say, “Rahm Emanuel.” Whether you’re in Chicago, where he was a mayor and congressman and investment banker, or in Washington, where he worked with Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, the diminutive middle son of the three Emanuel brothers is trending upwards — for this week at least — though not with huzzahs.
Chicago’s Jews mourn the closing of the Standard Club
As he walks the hallways of a large suburban Chicago hospital amidst an increasing number of COVID-19 patients, Rabbi Ariel Marinelli is scared.
Sher had a vision to increase women’s involvement and empowerment in the political process around the issue of Israel.
Kurson, former editor-in-chief of The New York Observer, erstwhile Rudy Giuliani speechwriter and longtime friend of Jared Kushner is in some trouble
Sorkin airbrushes history with optimism while downplaying the actual absurdities of the trial.
Chicago Jewish groups want other cities to follow its COVID response
Reopening is close at hand for Chicago’s Jewish day schools, after-school programs, and public school Hebrew language departments.
David Axelrod has a clear memory of the roasted turkey leg he received in a care package at the White House.