This past February 13th included some very funny Jews with an abundance of snacks and desserts and booze. In case you missed out on the chance to hear about ORT’s impact around the world and how to get involved locally CLICK HERE. More Jewish comedy coming your way, stay tuned!
From Maxwell street to ”The Great Vest Side” (aka the west side) Chicago was and always will be a city influenced by her Jewish population. From Music to politics, Jews have been all over the windy city sharing culture, literature,
All of the Tu B’Shvat opportunities in Chicago in one place. Tu B’Shvat is the 15th day of the month of Shvat. When is Tu B’Shvat 2020? Tu B’Shvat is February 9th, 2020. February 6 February 9 February 13 Find
Winter is here and dating app season is upon us. Dating apps and dating websites have given the average Jewish-romance starved millennial a plethora of choice, for better or for worse. Living in a big city like Chicago, it is
From Hatred to Education: How the Skokie Nazi March Sparked Holocaust Education and Activism in Illinois By Hayley Levitan Featured mage courtesy of the llinois Holocaust Museum Buzz Alpert Collection: Buzz Alpert of the Jewish Defense League (left) physically confronted
LOL with YPC – Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center’s upcoming Young Professional Committee (YPC) Fundraiser. TICKET PRICES GO UP FRIDAY JANUARY 9th: Pro-tip GET THEM NOW LOL with YPC – Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center’s Young Professional Committee