At Chicago’s Masa Madre bakery, the owners blend their backgrounds to create new recipes, from their popular cinnamon churro babka to their dulce de leche-filled sufganiyot for Hanukkah
It’s payback time in America, in Aaron Sorkin’s flawed new ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’
Looking for tracks to my father’s unobtainable past, in old Jewish New York
Chicago police seek motive for murder of young Chabadnik as part of possible killing spree
Fifty years after the political upheaval around the Democratic National Convention that changed America, a former editor from ‘Ramparts’ magazine sees worrying echoes today
“It’s like I wasn’t a person to him anymore”
SketchPad is a co-working space for the city’s emerging Jewish organizations
On both sides of the argument, passionate Jewish advocates in the Windy City hold firm to their positions, with little new movement made in either direction
As the Cubs clinch a playoff berth to defend their first title in more than 100 years, a baseball fan remembers the metaphysical horror of watching the North Side Chicago club lose in 1984
Despite challenges and criticism, giving young students a shot at a great education
A new program brings Israeli start-ups to the Windy City
How did a city that gave us one of the nation’s most thriving Jewish communities become ground zero for anti-Semitic agitation?
Zionist marchers waving Star-of-David posters were met with giant red umbrellas designed to block out their message
Shaevitz’s Kosher Deli has been refining its hot dog recipe for generations, from Chicago’s North Side to Highland Park. Now, it’s perfect.
An evening of beer, rap, politics, and young Jews in love
Best known for his New Yorker covers, the artist, a Jewish refugee from Romania, was full of observational snark
Chicago’s Dyke March targets LGBTQ Jews with old-fashioned anti-Semitism
My Chicago synagogue was vandalized on Shabbat. Hours later I went there to find solace.