Sheryl Rubin, Alisa Wasserman, Robyn Eiseman and Michelle Lewis playing mah jongg outside during a visit to the Sundara Spa in the Wisconsin Dells. Photo courtesy of Jewish Museum Milwaukee.

Sheryl Rubin, Alisa Wasserman, Robyn Eiseman and Michelle Lewis playing mah jongg outside during a visit to the Sundara Spa in the Wisconsin Dells. Photo courtesy of Jewish Museum Milwaukee.

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Father’s Day: Five things I learned about fatherhood

By Scott A. Wales Special to the Chronicle

To summarize the ongoing lessons learned about fatherhood is in some ways unfair to your child (or children) and to you as a parent, because there are always challenges and unexpected joys that cannot be anticipated. 

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Father's Day: How I learned to be a better father

By Joe Ellner Special to the Chronicle

I have learned that being a good father takes a lot of love, caring, time, willingness and ability to change, and a little bit of luck.  

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Local Jewish psychiatrist analyzes presidential race

By H. Steven Moffic, M.D. Special to the Chronicle

Here are six points of analysis for any presidential race.

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Need a graduation gift? Visit a Jewish Wisconsin shop

By Rob Golub RobG@MilwaukeeJewish.org

So? You need a gift?

If you’re looking for a Jewish gift, you don’t need go online to find quality items. Jewish gifts, with great local customer service, are available right here at home.

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One woman’s summer plan becomes a guide

By Katlynne Davis Special to the Chronicle

After Calie Herbst had her first son, she found herself scrambling to plan out a summer of fun activities in the Milwaukee area. 

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Local ‘Days of Awe’ author explores female friendships

By Cara Spoto Special to the Chronicle

It’s a chilly, stormy day – unseasonably cold like the weather described in the opening line of her latest novel “Days of Awe” – when I meet author Lauren Fox at a popular coffee shop just a few blocks from her home in Shorewood.

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Mah jongg exhibit to open

The American mah jongg craze got its start in the 1920s, when it was viewed as a way to experience the exoticness of Asia. 

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Rabbi Ira Grussgott leaving Anshai Lebowitz

Rabbi Ira Grussgott has decided to leave Congregation Anshai Lebowitz, where he has served as spiritual leader since 2012.

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Coming events for June, 2016

Coming events for June, 2016

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Not just your bubbe’s game!

Jewish Wisconsin is mad for mah jongg.

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