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Authentic Hummus in Chicago: LaShuk

There’s hummus, and there’s authentic hummus. I couldn’t find anything that reminded me of the flavor, texture and taste I missed from home. Therefore, I made it my mission to create the best hummus I can and bring it to the Chicago community. – Yosi A. Everyone knows Jews love to

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2019 Chicago Afikoman Scavenger Hunt

Let’s Find the Afikoman in Chicago – Scavenger Hunt for Adults  Follow @YourChiTribe on Instagram to Win! All week on Instastory @YourChiTribe is giving you clues to win some big kid prizes for find OUR Afikoman during your lunch break. Post about it on your Instagram Story and tag @YourChiTribe to be eligible

Meet Maot Chitim YP Board Member Sammantha Marks

Meet Maot Chitim YP Board Member Sammantha Marks

Meet Maot Chitim YP Board Member Sammantha Marks Sammantha Marks is a founding member of the Maot Chitim YP Board which is hosting their first ever Happy Hour at Beermiscuous in Lincoln Park. She chatted with C  hiTribe about Tikkun Olam, breaking down community barriers and her involvement with Maot Chitim. Tell

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Winter Shabbat Clusters are LIVE

Shabbat Clusters are LIVE and BETTER than ever! After the first round of successful clusters, ChiTribe will be organizing the winter round 2019! Groups are for singles and couples. Jews of all backgrounds are welcome. Clusters are formed based on location, age, and sometimes observance level and interests.   The first 3 months

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A Dybbuk at DePaul

   Spotted: Yiddish Theatre in Chicago. A Dybbuk at DePaul! Take a journey to the past with this moving Jewish shtetl love story that turns into a ghostly folktale-live in Chicago! ChiTribe interviewed Director Jeremy Aluma about this production to learn more. The yiddish word dybbuk might not be in the

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Make Aliyah this Winter – Rock Climbing in Chicago

*Aliyah is the hebrew word for “ascent” or “to go up”, commonly used to refer to the honor of being called upon go up to the Bima (alter) or to read from the Torah. By Jake Dermer Recently Chicago has seen a major influx in places to go up, this winter

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Happy Birthday to the Trees!

Chicago Guide Tu Bishvat 2019 Behind every blade of grass is an angel who cheers, ‘Grow, grass, grow! 🌱Adapted from Midrash Rabbah 10:6 Tu B’Shvat: Conversation, Dinner, And Song January 20 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Hyde Park Moishe House Moishe House Hyde Park and Limmud Chicago + MW Learn More

The Story of Survival and the Legacy of Giving chitribe hayley

The Story of Survival & the Legacy of Giving

Story of Survival When having Sunday evening dinners with my grandparents growing up, I never took for granted the stories I heard or the lessons I learned.  The most important lesson I took away is that surviving genocide requires strength of mind, courage of the heart, and a touch of