Irving Cutler, professor emeritus at Chicago State and author of The Jews of Chicago, looks back on local anti-Semitism
In The Middlesteins Jami Attenberg makes suburbia actually kind of soulful.
After 70 years in Chicago, Rosenblum’s World of Judaica moves to Skokie.
Ornate reliefs of angels and lions adorn the redbrick facade of the apostolic church at the northwest corner of Ogden and Kedzie, the tallest and most ornamented building in the vicinity. Vestiges of the building’s past also greet worshipers on their way in: over the front entrance are the words Douglas Park Auditorium, and an […]