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Eliezer Berkovits: Great Jewish Thinker
February 25, 2011
By Pauline Dubkin Yearwood for The Chicago Jewish News
Even 28 years after his death, Chicago philosopher Rabbi Eliezer Berkovits' bold ideas on how to deal with the problems facing Jews in the modern world are still causing controversy.
Engaging Jews Means More Than Better Marketing
Interview with Spertus Curator of Collections Ilana Segal
August 26, 2010
By Marc Zarefsky
An interview with Ilana Segal, Spertus Curator of Collections, about the Uncovered & Rediscovered exhibit.
Seder Drama: Call to Cook the Passover Meal Sends Novice Off to Culinary Boot Camp
March 24, 2010
By Mayna A. Brachear for Tribune Newspapers
Religious tradition can anchor us positively and negatively. It can keep us from drifting too far from our roots. It also can weigh us down when we want the freedom to define what's meaningful for ourselves.