One of the highlights at the Seder is the four questions. The youngest gets up on a chair and proudly declares four simple and insightful questions. Everyone watches proudly as the next generation is inculcated with the fundamental Jewish concept of being inquisitive (and super cute).
Some of it had to do with my recent cable-cutting, but I also don’t remember a Bulls team that I was less excited about.
There's a bestselling book out about curiosity. It's written by a Hollywood producer who has spent his free time asking questions of interesting and accomplished strangers for the last 35 years.
I’ve been in New York for five months, and already I’ve felt the effects of moving on my personal growth.
Trading textbooks for timesheets and “Two-Dollar Tuesday” for networking and fundraisers has provided me with a different perspective.
I’m 28 years old, going on 29. Right after that (a year, not immediately), I turn the big 29 plus 1. Quite the milestone -- though if we were in any other country, it would be quite the kilometerstone.
Who is an extraordinary Jew you know? We are looking for young leaders, humanitarians, educators, social activists – the young adult movers and shakers of Chicago – to recognize on our annual Double Chai in the Chi: Chicago’s Jewish 36 under 36 list.
Which do you enjoy reading most on Oy?
A Splintered Soul brings a unique interpretation to the traditional Holocaust stories shared on stage.
After Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg became a mother for the first time, she found herself trying to make sense of this profound life-changing experience that we call parenthood.
Jack Yonover is quite an impressive and articulate eighth grader. Two years ago, Yonover, who is allergic to pistachios and cashews, came up with the idea to make a documentary for his bar mitzvah project reflecting on the fears and frustrations of living with food allergies.
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The Godfrey Hotel, 127 W. Huron St.
Thursday, May 12 | 7-10 p.m.
Celebrate Israel's Independence Day! The evening will feature delicious Israel-theme cocktails, DJ, photo booth, Israeli appetizers, and a party to celebrate Israel's 68th birthday
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