Nov 23, 2012
How Jewish Artists Helped Reinvent Chicago
In Chicago, The Spertus Museum has just opened "Jewish Modernists in Chicago," the seventh chapter in its eight-part series, "Uncovered & Rediscovered: Stories of Jewish Chicago." This new exhibit focuses on the artistic influence of a group of Jewish artists active in Chicago in the 1920s, '30s and '40s. The entire series is part of the ... (more)
Curator oversees sacred collection at Skokie museum
Visitors who tour the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center's permanent exhibition see nearly 500 collection pieces from beginning to end.
"It Called Out to Me"
Back when she was still living in Chicago, Patricia Nixon was walking along Michigan Avenue one cold day in March, wondering what to get the man she was dating for his birthday.
Chicago Jewish Community
Bernadin Jerusalem Lecture to feature Vatican analyst John L. Allen, Jr. on March 6
John L. Allen, Jr. is a journalist covering the Catholic Church, who splits his time between Denver, Colorado and Rome.
Briefs: Give latkes a lift with server
Those fried-in-oil potato pancakes called latkes are a traditional, crispy-delicious Hanukkah treat.