Monthly Archives: July 2012

Synagogues, Minyanim, Community and Home

On Friday night, I did something I haven’t done in months. I went to my synagogue for Friday night services. In 2009, I’d fallen out of my weekly habit of going to services and somehow gone from being highly engaged … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Chicago Tech Companies,

Once upon a time, I worked at a local technology start-up in Chicago and we struggled to find good programmers. Many of the people we met with in late 2009, early 2010, have taken jobs with the Obama campaign. Obama … Continue reading

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Come for Shabbat in Chicago

If you have come via the 36 under 36 list looking for information on TBD Minyan, here are a few useful links. RSVP for this week’s Shabbat picnic on the lake. Join our Google Group for upcoming event information or … Continue reading

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Chicago Cycling Tattoo

It has been two years, if not three, since my last tattoos. I was in Austin, Texas, for a conference and had a lot of free time so I wandered into a tattoo parlor and got the Star of David … Continue reading

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