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Ami Katz shows off the Kenny Goldman Basketball League shirt his father Paul Katz wore when he played in the league in the 1980s.

The Kenny Goldman Basketball League Honors Young Man’s Love of Basketball

The Kenny Goldman Basketball League at the JCC honors this young man’s life and brings joy to the community.

Flint Councilman Compares Council President to Hitler

Flint Councilman Eric Mays referred to Council President Monica Galloway as "Hitler" and performed the Nazi salute at their general meeting.

Royal Oak Chabad Jewish Center Organizes First Public Menorah Lighting

The first Royal Oak public menorah lighting was a huge success on Dec. 29, bringing a crowd of over 500.
Avern Cohn’s Legacy as Federal Judge

Looking Back: Avern Cohn’s Legacy as Federal Judge

Federal Judge Avern Cohn recently announced his retirement in December, leaving big shoes to fill. I had a hard time thinking of an appropriate introduction...

A Friendship That Changes Lives: Amanda & Allie

Friendship Circle brought Allie and Buddy Amanda together, changing their lives for the better.

5 Ways to Experience Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Detroit

Check out these volunteer and educational initiatives happening for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Detroit.
Grand Tavern Troy food

Station Square Kitchen Renamed Grand Tavern Troy

Station Square Kitchen transitions name and menu, with Executive Chef Robert Mazola leading the way.
The Birmingham Temple in Farmington Hills declared itself a sanctuary in 2017 and became part of the Sanctuary Network of Michigan.

U.S. Immigration Policy Sparks Action in Michigan

U.S. Immigration Policy stirs up controversy and drives action among Michiganders. Featured photo via Birmingham Temple Facebook Immigration issues, favorable and not, have cropped up periodically...
The Leona Vicario Shelter in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny of Temple Israel Travels to U.S.-Mexico Border

Rabbi Kaluzny travels to the U.S.-Mexico border to gain a deeper understanding of challenges faced by asylum-seekers.
Ben and Diane Starr

Shirts Off to Diane Starr

After 31 years in a box, Diane is putting a bow on it and making the leap from shirts to suits.
Leslie Ann Handleman and her costars in Blithe Spirit.

Michigan Native Handleman Stars in ‘Blithe Spirit’

Leslie Ann Handleman is a traveling actress, returning home to Michigan to play Elvira in Blithe Spirit. Photography by Sean Carter Photography In between professional stage...
From The Song of Names, violin prodigy Dovidl Rapoport

‘The Song of Names’ Debuts at Maple Theater

"The Song of Names" hits the Maple Theater Friday, telling the tale of the mysterious disappearance of violin prodigy and Holocaust survivor Dovidl Rapoport.

Dr. Ethan Goldstein Vows to Ride Peloton for 365 Days

Dr. Ethan Goldstein began an initiative to ride his Peloton bike for 365 consecutive days to raise awareness for the National Stroke Association in honor of his father.

This Week’s Torah Portion: The Promise in Progeny

This week’s torah portion touches on progeny as a key factor in our Jewish faith. The opening verses of the Book of Exodus are an...

Farber Provides Students with Equal Opportunity

Farber students in the Girls Beit Midrash Program had the opportunity to attend the first women's siyum in Jerusalem and learn personally from their Jewish women role models.
A Bronx Tale cast

‘A Bronx Tale’ Takes Audiences Back to 1960s

Alan Menken’s musical, A Bronx Tale, takes audiences back to a 1960s street scene in the Bronx. Catch the show at the Fisher starting Jan. 21.

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Caring for the Whole Student: Cranbrook Schools Leading the Way in...

Cranbrook is focused on caring for the whole student with student-led Peer 2 Peer Groups that promote empowerment and wellness.

Shirts Off to Diane Starr

Ben and Diane Starr
After 31 years in a box, Diane is putting a bow on it and making the leap from shirts to suits.

Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny of Temple Israel Travels to U.S.-Mexico Border

The Leona Vicario Shelter in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Rabbi Kaluzny travels to the U.S.-Mexico border to gain a deeper understanding of challenges faced by asylum-seekers.

Dr. Ethan Goldstein Vows to Ride Peloton for 365 Days

Dr. Ethan Goldstein began an initiative to ride his Peloton bike for 365 consecutive days to raise awareness for the National Stroke Association in honor of his father.

Aronson Continues Family Tradition with Jack’s Roadside BBQ

Trevor Aronson honors his dad, Jack, and serves up delicious smoked meats through Jack's Roadside BBQ.

Farber Provides Students with Equal Opportunity

Farber students in the Girls Beit Midrash Program had the opportunity to attend the first women's siyum in Jerusalem and learn personally from their Jewish women role models.