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Friendship Circle Great Bike Giveaway

Adaptive bikes provide joy to children across the country. Sponsored by Friendship Circle There are few greater joys for a child than riding a bike. For...
Yehezkel Lazarov stars at Tevye in the revival of Fiddler on the Roof.

‘Fiddler On the Roof’ 2.0

Israeli actor brings diverse talents to his role as Tevye in this stage revival.

Playdates with a Purpose: A Space for Kids to Learn the Joys of Volunteering

The program, from PJ Library of Metro Detroit and Repair the World, gets kids involved in community service.
Facebook Moms Of Metro Detroit

Jewish Moms of Metro Detroit Facebook Group is a 24/7 Hub for Women

The online support network has grown to 2,100 members since 2017, aiming to support moms and Jewish businesses.
Documentary features Helen Mirren and 5 Holocaust survivors

‘#AnneFrank Parallel Stories’ Showing for One Day Only at Main Art Theatre

The documentary film features Helen Mirren and 5 Holocaust survivors.
Conductor Yaniv Segal performs in Ann Arbor and Detroit

Conductor Yaniv Segal Makes the Rounds in Ann Arbor and Detroit

The U-M alum and long-time performer to conduct Broadway hits, Gershwin.
Ethan Bean's parents co-author "Ethan's Healthy Mind Express" after his suicide

Ethan Bean’s Legacy Honored by ‘Mental Health Primer’ for Children

After losing Ethan to suicide, his parents co-author "Ethan's Healthy Mind Express."
Tencer and IfNotNow traveled to restore Palestinian spring

A Visit to Ein Albeida Spring in West Bank Exposes Truth About Oppression

Tencer traveled with IfNotNow to restore access to the spring for Palestinians.

Palmer Woods Music in Homes Concert Series: ‘Beyond Classical’

The event honors Black History Month and composers/musicians of color.

Third Generation of Shemtov Family Opens Chabad Centers in Michigan

Younger generations continue tradition of friendship and community-building.
Jews of the Caribbean

Faces & Places: Jews of the Caribbean

SAJE and JTravel combine to offer educational vacation. Featured Photo by Jaemi Loeb A group of 30, most from Metro Detroit, escaped winter for a week...

JFS, JVS and Kadima Could Merge: Organizations Have Entered Collaboration Talks

The organizations are part of "the collaboratory," Federation's process to bring social service agencies together.
Wayne State University (WSU) Leonard Simons building

Update: Previously Dismissed WSU Staff Rehired

Interim director resigns; a former director returns; dismissed top leaders now rehired.
Ruby Robinson and Michigan Immigrant Rights Center

Ruby Robinson: Attorney and Advocate

Managing attorney for the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center works hard, day and night.

Epidemiologist Dr. Jeffrey Band Says, ‘Now is Not the Time to Panic’ Regarding Coronavirus

The coronavirus — or COVID-19 as it is now called — has spread from ground zero in China to 30 other countries, including South Korea, Iran, Italy and the United States. But it’s not a global pandemic yet.

More than 50 JCCs Nationwide Receive Emailed Bomb Threats

The threats made to the JCCs were deemed "not credible"; officials have yet to find the culprit.


Hues of Jews: Metro Detroit’s Jews of Color

Community members from different denominations share their pathways, obstacles and joys

MSU Student Spray-Paints Swastika In Front Of Own Frat House

The student has since been suspended from his fraternity.

Dr. James Allen Jones’s Six-Decade Journey to Judaism

Dr. Jones and Laura Lucassian
This 94-year-old never stops learning and teaching.

Slotkin to Host East Lansing Event on Anti-Semitism Following Swastika Sighting...

The "community conversation" takes place after a series of recent hateful incidents on campus.

14-Year-Old Krauthamer to Compete in American Ninja Warrior Junior

The West Bloomfield High School freshman is one of 50 competitors on the show

Update: Previously Dismissed WSU Staff Rehired

Wayne State University (WSU) Leonard Simons building
Interim director resigns; a former director returns; dismissed top leaders now rehired.