Two holidays, one theme: Hindus, Jews celebrate joint festival of lights
Bringing together two diverse communities and highlighting strong Israel-India relations, over 400 people gather in Chicago to simultaneously honor Diwali and Hanukkah
Powerful musical recounts Atlanta lynching of falsely accused Jewish man
A century after the murder of Leo Frank, ‘Parade’ — now staged in Chicago — is a devastatingly relevant piece of drama.
Israeli waltzes his way into ‘Hamilton’ musical company
Yossi Chaikin’s tale of hard work, grit and determination took him from Kiryat Yam to the Juilliard School of Dance. Now, he’s made it to the big leagues.
As sun sets on Obama presidency, Chicago Jews reflect on his legacy
With the outgoing president’s closing remarks delivered, Jewish supporters still struggle to reconcile his positions on Israel.
In Israel, Modern Orthodoxy embraces the religious LGBTs — partly
After a murder at 2015’s Jerusalem Gay Pride parade, members of the gay community see increased acceptance even as some spiritual leaders double down on rejection.
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