Crain's Chicago Business
In July, the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center will open “Bill Graham & the Rock & Roll Revolution.” The exhibit, a vast collection of photos, costumes, broken guitars and posters, shows how Graham, a Holocaust refugee, built a spectacular life and how his early hardships informed his success.
The emphasis on programming makes sense to the museum’s board members. “If it’s exciting to people, they’ll travel to Skokie,” says Richard Chaifetz, founder, chairman and CEO of ComPsych, a Chicago company that provides employee assistance and wellness programs to corporations. “It’s not that much of a haul if there’s something people want to see,” he says.
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