Unconditional love is not uncritical, but it is unbreakable. That is how we should love our children — for it is how God loves us.
There were Israel and Judah, the McCoys and Hatfields, the Medicis and Pazzis and the Stewarts and Douglases. Today there is me, Sandy Hermanoff, the Buckeye, and my husband, Michael Hermanoff, the Wolverine.
Gratitude is the attitude when first day Rosh Chodesh Kislev falls on Thanksgiving Day this year.
Riding my bicycle outdoors began to be a much-favored form of exercise compared to a stationary bike going nowhere slowly. At least I got to feel the breeze and enjoy the scenery.
Although not a Jewish holiday, Thanksgiving has always played a significant role in our family's holiday celebrations.
I found great articles about the parade in the William Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History. More to the point, great stories about Jewish Detroiters who helped make the Parade a national wonder.
Unlike fear, awe has a sense of the ineffability and holiness of the greatness one is encountering.
We know that there is more work to be done. The threat of a federal law banning abortion still looms.
At the first anniversary of the deadly school shooting, legislation for common sense gun reform may be in reach.
Today, Hamilton is even more relevant, after seven years that included a global pandemic and a violent insurrection aimed at thwarting the very ideals the founding fathers fought to achieve.
The Windsor Jewish Federation celebrated the launch of its UJA Next Gen campaign with a night of Soul Food & Spirits on Thursday, Oct. 27, hosted by community member Miriam Cedroni.
The Sukkot Family Festival at The Shul of West Bloomfield on Oct. 16 was designed to bring the beauty of Sukkot and Simchat Torah to life for their JEMS students and their families.
Two sets of brothers help Bloomfield Hills High School’s boys tennis team win a state championship.