After a long and storied career in journalism, Rebecca Blumenstein is transitioning into a top leadership position as deputy editor in the publisher’s office at the New York Times.
Philip Manuel Allweiss, 60, died of cancer in Bonita Springs on May 3, 2021.
Josh Linkner’s new book, "Big Little Breakthroughs," has been positively hailed by CEOs of tech giants and bestselling authors.
On Sunday, May 16, we begin the two-day festival of Shavuot, a harvest holiday.
A humble organization historically not highly visible in the Detroit Jewish community, Hebrew Free Loan (HFL) is marking its 125th anniversary — a year late, thanks to COVID.
Israeli officials are pleading against more appeasement of Tehran. But revelations about John Kerry’s past betrayal help explain the administration’s refusal to listen.
Jessica Davidova of Wayne State University Law School and Chase O. Yarber of University of Detroit Mercy School of Law will each receive JBAM’s Charles J. Cohen Scholarship.
Shavuot All-Nighter: Twelve-Hour Online International Celebration to Include Efforts of Local Artists
A singer-songwriter, a playwright-author and a producer — all raised in Metro Detroit — will be part of an international digital program celebrating the holiday of Shavuot.
Her photos were “extremely important in documenting the history of the resistance," one professor said.
Throughout the conflict, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit has remained in close contact with global partner agencies who are now working tirelessly to protect and support the many innocent victims in cities across Israel.
Most American Jews feel some emotional attachment to Israel and say they have something in common with its Jews, while 10% support the boycott movement.
In the central Israeli city of Lod, a state of emergency was declared after Arab protesters burned a synagogue, shops and cars.
SIVAN 5781: Dramatic changes kick off a long, hot summer
We've become accustomed to staying home, sleeping late and praying alone, writes Gary Rosenblatt.