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Socially Distanced Shofars in Chicago

Socially Distanced Shofars for Rosh HaShanah 2020 Find a socially distanced shofar near you. This Rosh HaShanah services are virtual but shofars are all over the city. Here is a guide to help you hear the shofar in a safe

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Reflecting for the New Year

There are so many things in my life I wouldn’t have chosen if you gave me full range to choose, like being single and 30, having lived in Chicago the last 6 months straight, doctor’s order’s to go off gluten and dairy

chitribe Jewish Community Networking Night: What’s Your Story?

Virtual Jewish Community Networking Night with Spertus

Last year, ChiTribe was honored to receive the award for Jewish Innovation 2019 at the Spertus Institute annual Jewish Community Networking Night. This year is no different! Jewish professionals and volunteers from organizations across North American are invited to gather virtually for Spertus Institute’s annual Jewish Community Networking Night.

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Moroccan Salmon Recipe by Laura Elkayam

This Elkayam family recipe is course number 2 of 4 in a typical shabbat or holiday meal. If eaten right, you never use your fork (and instead nudge and scoop the salmon with its surrounding sauce (called ‘H’raime’) with a generous nub of challah). It elevates the meal and opens up the appetite for more yummy food! As is the case with all authentic North African/Middle Eastern recipes, Laura could not give the exact measurements, but she does her best to describe the qualities and process to get the perfect Morrocan Salmon.

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So much more than Tie Dye: Tits and Tots

Meet Jojo Rubnitz and Becca Flyer. Both Jojo and Becca work for an organization called KAHAL that helps study abroad students find Jewish resources no matter where they are traveling in the world. The pandemic has obviously shifted their work a lot, so the team has been refocused on some other projects, like PPE distribution within the Jewish community and virtual language exchanges. Now they started a side hustle selling hand made tye-die for moms.