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A museum dedicated to Jewish culture and learning, in a dramatic, newly remodeled facility.
A museum dedicated to Jewish culture and learning, in a dramatic, newly remodeled facility. There's a children's center, which promises hands-on exhibits, and a regular slate of exhibits and events on Jewish art, culture, and social issues, with points given for range that includes the Israeli-Palestinian Comedy Tour and lectures on Jewish-Catholic relations. The Asher Library, also on-site, keeps different hours (Su-Th afternoons).
610 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
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An old Michigan Avenue charmer whose worn stone walls looks even older than its 120+ years
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