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Andrew Lapin, Jewish News managing editor

New Editor to Play Key Role in Jewish News Transformation

Jewish News taps new managing editor Andrew Lapin to bring fresh perspective to the publication.

Bergasse Refreshes Choreography for ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’

Joshua Bergasse of Farmington Hills refreshes his choreography for the upcoming tour of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Detroit Opera House.
Andrew Lapin, Jewish News managing editor

Jewish News Names Andrew Lapin As New Editor

The Detroit-area native will expand JN's editorial mission and digital offerings.

‘The Power of a Tale’: Tales from Israel Folktales Archives

Wayne State University publishes a book in honor of 50th anniversary of the Israel Folktales Archives.

Graphologist and Rabbi Gives Insight by Analyzing Handwriting

Graphologist Rabbi Lazewnik can tell a lot about a person just by examining their handwriting. Featured photo courtesy Rabbi Lazewnik If you write a letter to...

Metro Detroit Girl Scouts to Embark on Interfaith Scavenger Hunt at DIA

Hundreds of Girl Scouts from Metro Detroit will be participating in an interfaith scavenger hunt to boost awareness of different religions and cultures.
Alex Goldis standing beside memorial in Ukraine

Goldis Family Establishes Memorial for Ukranian Jews

A monument now marks a mass grave of Ukrainian Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
Stephanie Horwitz, IDF

IDF Should Choose Tank Crew Members Based On Capabilities, Not Gender

Despite great strides in adding females to the mix, the IDF has experienced issues integrating female tank crews.

The Well’s Daniel Horwitz to Become CEO at Miami JCC

Founding director Dan Horwitz of The Well announces he will depart in June to become CEO of Alper JCC Miami.
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Preliminary Exam Waived For Temple Kol Ami Cantorial Soloist

Cantorial soloist Sean Samitt's preliminary exam is waived, and his lawyer declines to comment on the case.

Seven-Year Court Case Against MJI Ends

Government elects not to intervene in whistleblower   lawsuit against Chabad’s Michigan Jewish Institute.

Jason Dizik of FOX Sports Detroit Gives Back

FOX Sports Detroit producer Jason Dizik is passionate about the sports media industry and giving back to young, aspiring generations.
GreenSpace Cafe

GreenSpace Cafe Closing Feb. 1

Dr. Joel Kahn announces closure of his vegan restaurant, GreenSpace Café.
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The Latest in Jewish Sports

Featured photo by Ari Klinger Teams are needed for the 44th season of the B’nai B’rith basketball league. Only four teams had signed up as of...
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.

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A Friendship That Changes Lives: Amanda & Allie

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

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

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 at the JCC honors this young man’s life and brings joy to the community.

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.

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Station Square Kitchen transitions name and menu, with Executive Chef Robert Mazola leading the way.