Who better to ask for dating advice than the man who brought Jewish dating into the smartphone age?
Gail Schnitzer Eisenberg continues to be as busy as ever since her induction into the 2015 class of Double Chai in the Chi: Chicago’s Jewish 36 Under 36 list.
What does it mean to be a part of a community? The ecosystems that surround me, the ones I’m outside of looking in, the communities I’ll never understand.
A select group of socially-minded Jewish entrepreneurs got the chance to pitch their ideas for social change and win $1,000 to make it happen at JCC Chicago’s Seed613: The Pitch on June 22.
A Splintered Soul brings a unique interpretation to the traditional Holocaust stories shared on stage.
I took my Shorashim trip to Israel in the summer of 2007 and the memories of that adventure still flicker brightly in the back of my mind.
This past weekend, I ventured down to my alma mater, the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and for 36 hours clumsily made my best attempt at re-living my college days.