Hazon, a Jewish nonprofit that focuses on sustainability and building a greener Earth, has long put climate change at the forefront of its mission.
Growing up, Reena Zuckerman '23 loved to read from the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible. She did it the first time at her bat mitzvah and continues still today.
"RENT" runs through Sunday, Oct. 24, at the Fisher Theatre, 3011 W. Grand Blvd. in Detroit.
The “Last Guys to Let You Down” is a tongue-in-cheek reference to our local Jewish funeral directors.
There is a mystery at the heart of Jewish existence, engraved into the first syllables of our recorded time.
Inter-Congregational Softball League Rule Keeps the Eventual Champion ‘Kosher Ribs’ Alive in Fall Playoffs
A walk-off home run that wasn’t a walk-off home run helped Kosher Ribs win the Inter-Congregational Men’s Club fall softball league championship.
Yes, adjustments will be made: The Jewish communal world will rethink the need for large facilities and will reduce infrastructure costs. Digital tools will be more important.
Throughout this month, there will be an inaugural drive for 2,500 instruments, new and used.
Beginning Oct. 24 and remaining on display through Dec. 9, the all-ceramic juried tableware show will feature the works of 40 Michigan-based artists.
The Jewish News is looking to feature stories from our readers in our Nov. 25 issue.
As a longtime staple of classic horror and Jewish film culture, The Golem is being brought back to life by Reboot, an arts and culture nonprofit that reimagines and recreates Jewish traditions.
If all goes well, the JCC Maccabi Games will return in 2022 in San Diego, Calif.
During the 2020-2021 academic year, Hillel International tracked a total of 244 antisemitic incidents on college and university campuses, according to preliminary data.