Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

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Since 1921, The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle has served as Wisconsin’s Jewish community newspaper. In print and online, The Chronicle seeks to foster a sense of community within the Jewish population of Wisconsin by encouraging and printing a diverse, spirited and balanced range of opinions, ideas and perspectives. The newspaper is distributed free of charge to the Wisconsin Jewish community.

The Chronicle is a subscriber and contributor to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Chronicle Editor Rob Golub is the former editor of The Journal Times, the daily newspaper in Racine. He has won awards from the Milwaukee Press Club during his tenure at the Chronicle, as well as multiple awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.

Whether published in “hot lead” type or a website’s electronic pixels, weekly or (since 2009) monthly, The Chronicle has sought to present to the Wisconsin Jewish community news of the Jewish universe in all its local, national and international diversity — and not only to report it, but also to celebrate it.

The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle contains:

  • Features about fun family events
  • News about the local Jewish community
  • National issues like school choice, Israeli issues such as prospects for peace; international issues including the status of Jewish communities throughout the world;
  • News of Jewish culture in all its variety — movies, plays, music, books, art;
  • And even cosmic issues like whether Judaism can accept the theory of evolution?

You will find all these and more in the pages of The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle.

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