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Aviva Kempner with Brad Ausmus

Aviva Kempner’s Detroit Identity

Aviva Kempner has felt a strong tie to the city of Detroit throughout her life, expressing a love for baseball and diet Vernors. Although born...
Larry and Suzi Dell will be honored with the Milan Mitzvah Award May 30.

BBYO-Michigan Region To Honor Suzi And Larry Dell

Suzi and Larry Dell will be honored with BBYO-Michigan Region's Milan Mitzvah Award on May 30 at Tam-O-Shanter. By Keri Guten Cohen BBYO-Michigan Region will honor...
Book jacket of "I Campaigned for Ice Cream"

‘I Campaigned for Ice Cream’ Highlights Young Boy’s Activism

In 2001, a boy with a passion for ice cream took down an outdated law in West Bloomfield to allow ice cream trucks in...
Measles Mumps Rubella Vaccine Vials With Syringe Over Turquoise Background

Measles Resurface After Lull Since April 17

New case in St. Clair County involves a visiting international traveler. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed an additional measles case...

Highlights from the 2019 Walk for Israel

Walk for Israel at Adat Shalom on May 5 had a spirited crowd of more than 800 Israel supporters and plenty of sunshine. By Keri...
The public premiere of Call Me Bill: The William Davidson Story tonight at 7 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield is shaping up to be an exceptional event and a joyous opening of the Lenore Marwil Detroit Jewish Film Festival. The impact that Bill Davidson continues to have on this community is clear from the overwhelming interest in hearing his life story. The Berman Theater is currently sold out for this film, says Jaemi Loeb, film festival director, but there are still seats available for the simulcast in Handleman Hall. Seats for Handleman Hall are available at www.theberman.org and reserving a seat will also add you to the waiting list for seats in the Berman Theater, should they become available. Loeb says, “We are thrilled to welcome so many people to the JCC and to Film Festival and will be offering free stadium fare beginning at 6.15 p.m.”

Call Me Bill Documentary Sold Out Tonight, But Seats Available For...

Bill Davidson Film Kicks Off Jewish Film Festival "The public premiere of Call Me Bill: The William Davidson Story tonight (May 2) at 7 p.m....
Former Detroiter Phil Raimi with a Holocaust Torah at Chabad of Pacific Beach, 2018

Poway Resident and Former Detroiter is Shocked by Shooting

Phil Raimi, who has attended Chabad of Poway for 20 years, says, “We are not going to let hate stop us.” By Keri Guten CohenFeatured...
Highlighted English word "anti semitism" and its definition in the dictionary.

MSU Hillel Intern Receives Anti-Semitic Death Threats

Jack Hurlbut of Eaton Rapids was charged with ethnic intimidation related to anti-Semitic death threats he made toward a Jewish student intern at MSU. By...
David Zinn's whimsical chalk drawings will be featured at the Detroit Zoo's GreenFest.

Chalk Artist David Zinn Brings Creativity to Greenfest

Greenfest, the annual Earth Day celebration at The Detroit Zoo features chalk art, a sustainability trek, entertainment and crafts. By Keri CohenFeatured photo courtesy of...

New and Fun Passover Haggadahs

Every year, Haggadahs find new ways to convey the Jews’ exodus from slavery. By Keri Guten CohenOnce again, there are many new Haggadot out there...