Pledge to Vote for ARZA-Representing Reform Judaism in the 2015 World Zionist Organization Elections
In 2015, every single Jew has an important – and real – opportunity to make their voice heard. By voting for ARZA-Representing Reform Judaism, you’re supporting gender equality, religious equality, and lasting peace and security in the region. Vote in the 2015 World Zionist Organization elections. Make your voice heard by signing the pledge card HERE.
NSCI is Streaming Services Online
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"The Newspaper Writer's Life" A Conversation with Chicago Newspaper Columnists Neil Steinberg and Rick Kogan
Sunday, November 2 at 3:00 pm
This event is free and open to the public. Lawrence J. Gutter Literary Series of North Shore Congregation Israel presents: "The Newspaper Writer's Life" A Conversation with Chicago Newspaper Columnists Neil Steinberg and Rick Kogan. Neil Steinberg began writing for the Chicago Sun-Times in 1984, and joined the staff in 1987 as a feature writer. He became a columnist in 1996, and his column runs three days a week in the news section. Born and raised and still living in Chicago, Rick Kogan has worked for the Chicago Daily News, Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune, where he is a senior writer and columnist, and is Host of "After Hours with Rick Kogan" on WGN radio.