A Word of Torah: From Pain to Humility
Those who have humility are open to things greater than themselves while those who lack it are not.
Looking Back: Hank Greenberg Invitational is an Annual Local Tradition
The Greenberg Invitational has thrived for 32 years.
Frankel Jaguars’ Memorable Baseball Season
In a Frankel baseball season where every game was a ‘must-win,’ one victory stood out among the others.
B’nai Moshe Goes to the Dogs … And Cats
B’nai Moshe volunteers spent Tuesday, May 23, doing various tasks to help the Oakland County Animal Shelter, and they loved spending the time with the fur babies.
BAMAH’s Cultural Exchange Initiative
Nonprofit BAMAH brings Israeli performing artists to North America.
Charitable Laundry Service Supports Ronald McDonald House in Detroit
A.L.L. Laundry Service and Maytag Commercial Laundry donate to Ronald McDonald House of Detroit
Israeli artist Rotem Reshef’s time- and nature-inspired art is now on permanent display in Detroit.
Sarah Orenstein Shines in Dual Roles at Stratford Festival
Sarah Orenstein’s sixth season at the festival shows her versatility in two adapted plays.
Center for Michigan Jewish Heritage Has Gala Kick-Off
The Joan Meyers Jampel Center for Michigan Jewish Heritage was formally launched on May 8, with a Kick-Off Gala attended by over 200 patrons and friends.
Playa Bowls Opens New Location in Troy
With rainbow super fruit bowls and refreshing smoothies, Playa Bowls aims to bring a relaxed vacation vibe to everyday life.
The Academy Awards for Mensches
Meet six Metro Detroiters being honored at Federation’s 2023 Annual Awards Night
U.S. Releases First-Ever National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism
The Biden-Harris Administration released its awaited U.S National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism.
Teen Author Inspires Young Investors with New Book
Birmingham’s 17-year-old Ian Weinberg has published a book on investing.
How We Met: ‘At the Library’
“The library was kind of like a bar, lots of people talking and hanging out.”