By Jeff Jones
Seeking to stop bigotry and promote respect across lines of culture, religion, tradition, class and gender, the Milwaukee Jewish Federation will unveil HoursAgainstHate.org on June 18.
By Amy Waldman
With many 75-year-olds, successes achieved over the years never make the news. They are savored instead as quiet triumphs, the job done well its own reward.
By Susan Ellman
“I’m in Milwaukee to invite you to fight for the values you believe in in the Jewish state, because if you don’t fight for them, then you might wake up one morning and not recognize Israel. Israel is way too important to be left to Israelis.”
By Leon Cohen
When Bert L. Bilsky became the executive director of the Jewish Community Foundation 33 years ago, he did something many office workers do — put framed pictures on his desk. But one of them was not a picture of his family.
By Bennet Goldstein
It is official: Wisconsin for the first time in its history has women in charge of the Jewish federations of both of its two largest cities.
By Amy Waldman
For the first time since he arrived at Wausau’s Mount Sinai Congregation as its rabbi in 1988, Rabbi E. Daniel Danson recently was “out of the loop” about a coming event at the synagogue.
By Sheryl Primakow
Almost two years ago, the Milwaukee Jewish Federation convened hundreds of individuals from all parts of the local Jewish community in a ground breaking initiative called Reimagining. Together, we examined the demographic, cultural and economic changes occurring in our community. We came away with three clear goals and an action plan.
By Joan Elovitz Kazan
If there had been computers and rampant video games to keep kids occupied in the 1980s, Anna Bakalinsky might not be where she is today, the owner of Mila’s European Bakery in Thiensville.
The Milwaukee Jewish Day School successfully completed its work in a nation-wide social media project in April.
The results of the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle's online readership survey are now available at the Milwaukee Jewish Federation's website. To see these results, click here.
The Jewish Museum Milwaukee will set a precedent with its next exhibit, scheduled to open on March 14.