The Federal Reserve has begun to raise interest rates — in the hope of cooling off the economy — to slow inflation.
Jody Rabhan As Jews in America, we know intimately that religion-state separation is essential to our ability to live and thrive
The Jewish Historical Society of Michigan held its annual meeting at the Detroit Police Athletic League’s “The Corner Ballpark” on the site of the old Tiger Stadium.
On June 24, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling overturning Roe v Wade, denying that abortion is a constitutional right and leaving it up to the states to allow or ban.
Nearly 175 people attended JARC’s inaugural Annual Ellen Labes Evening with the Symphony, for a sensory-friendly performance by a sextet of members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Michelle Kobernick provides delicious recipes that can be used with strawberries.
Following the Ferndal Pride parade on June 10, NEXTGen Detroit Pride hosted Pride Shabbat services at Affirmations in Ferndale.
Hillel Day School kindergarten, first- and second-graders participated in an Artistic Expression program in partnership with the Greater West Bloomfield Community Coalition.
Anticipation ran high at the end of the night as raffle tickets were drawn, sending 35 people home with prize packages.
The nonprofit Reboot Studios aims to tell a wide range of Jewish stories featuring an array of Jewish voices.
The Detroit area is a phenomenal mixture of cultural groups, all immigrating to our metropolis at various times for their own reasons and establishing neighborhoods, enclaves and retail districts in a beautiful patchwork quilt.
My grandfather Mark Nisnevich, 86, of West Bloomfield, died June 18, 2022, 80 years after he got his first job at age 6.
An unquenchable desire for the things that we don’t have can prevent us from enjoying and appreciating the things we do have.
Tammuz 5782: For the greater good.
Jewish Family Service’s bottom lines are 1) Financial and 2) Impact.