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Attorney Robert Kass Authors ‘To Save the Nation’

Attorney Robert Kass pens his first thriller To Save the Nation based on the international intrigue that touched his life. Photos courtesy of Robert Kass Detroit...

JET Theater Updates Are Strong Reasons to Celebrate

JET Theater's move to a new Walled Lake venue and  new season dates have improved attendance and reach. Photos courtesy of JET As the Jewish Ensemble...

Democrats Pass Two-State Resolution in Congress

Democrats in Congress have passed a resolution that states the only way to bring peace to Israelis and Palestinians is through a two-state outcome. By...

Hillel Day School Announces New Head of School

Dr. Darin Katz of Philadelphia will start his tenure as the next Head of School for Hillel Day School in July 2020. Featured photo courtesy...

American Rabbi Suspected of Running Baby Trafficking Network

Five people including American Rabbi Shmuel Puretz have been arrested by Israeli police for allegedly running an international baby trafficking ring. By Cnaan Liphshiz (JTA) —...
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New Woman’s Leadership Award Named for Ruth Bader Ginsburg

A new Woman of Leadership Award is named after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who will personally present the first one. By Marcy Oster (JTA)...

Alan Muskovitz’s Defining Moment as George Costanza

Alan Muskovitz reflects on his memories with his late friend Jeffrey Zaslow who gave him his defining George Costanza moment. Long before I became a...

Looking Back: Jewish Radio in Detroit History

Jewish radio had maintained a heavy presence in Detroit but now radio entrepreneurs are pioneering the next age of radio. Grace Turner’s article about the...

Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s State Budget Breakthrough

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has drawn up a deal in Lansing to restore some of the vetoed state budget that would have impacted the Jewish...

The Battle Continues for a Permanent Capitol Menorah

Lansing Mayor Andy Schor continues to fight for a menorah to be permanently displayed in front of the Michigan State Capitol during the holidays. On...

Camp Sababa is a ‘Cool’ Summertime Spot

Camp Sababa is the place where a thriving Jewish community comes to life through a Jewish day-camp experience at the JCC of Metro Detroit. By...

Kendra Watkins and Ben Ratner Return to Detroit

Kendra Watkins and Ben Ratner return to Detroit as Repair the World Fellows working with Detroit Jews for Justice and the Coleman A. Young...

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Friendship House: Acceptance, Community & Hope

Hundreds of individuals living in isolation from addiction, grief and mental illness find a path forward at the Friendship House. Sponsored by Friendship Circle In the...

Father and Son Find Hope through Friendship House

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Father and son Joey and Josh Roberts find hope and purpose through the Daniel B. Sobel Friendship House. Sponsored by Friendship Circle Father and son, Joey...

Amazon Criticized for Selling Christmas Ornaments with Auschwitz Images

Amazon has received heavy criticism for selling Christmas ornaments and bottle openers featuring images of Auschwitz. By Marcy Oster (JTA) — Amazon has come under fire...

Pita Post Opens at The Maple Theater

After successfully running his own food trucks, Tal Sasson achieves his dream of opening the first Pita Post brick-and-mortar restaurant. Photos courtesy of the Pita...

Jenna Englender’s Joys of Judaism

Jenna Englender’s quest for Jewish learning led her to become a Modern Orthodox rabbanit bent on sharing her passion. Featured photo courtesy of Shulamit Female rabbis...

Massage Therapy Boosts Mental and Physical Health

Massage therapy can promote healing, alleviate pain and increase flexibility, movement while also improving patients mental well-being. Featured photo by Derrick Martinez Say the word “massage”...