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GreenSpace Café Launches New Menu

’Tis the season for heartier fare, and Ferndale’s GreenSpace Café is happy to oblige. In its first major menu expansion since opening nearly three years ago, the plant-based eatery and bar has added a variety of comfort-food entrees and snacks to its daily offerings. Among more than a dozen new options are loaded nachos with seitan chorizo…

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New Report Says Anti-Semitism in Europe is Getting Worse

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) released Monday its second comprehensive report on discrimination and hate crimes against Jews in the EU, finding that an overwhelming majority of the 16,500 self-identified Jewish respondents feel that anti-Semitism is getting worse. This was the largest survey of Jewish people ever conducted worldwide, covering 12 EU…

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Ohio Man Arrested For Plotting Attack on Toledo Synagogue

A 21-year-old man from Holland Ohio, was arrested by the FBI last Friday for planning an attack on a local synagogue. Damon Joseph was charged with a count of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State. “Damon Joseph was allegedly inspired by ISIS’s call to violence and hate. He planned to attack the…

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British Colonial Secretary Arthur Creech Jones (left) speaks with Moshe Sharett, the Jewish Agency’s representative to the United Nations, in March 1948.. The man on the left is a slightly larger man wearing a suit and glasses seen in profile with his hand outstretched to shake the man on the right, who is a man of slightly above average build with a mustache.

Creech Jones Announces End of Mandate

December 11, 1947 From the Center for Israel Education After the failure of 1937’s Peel Commission report for partition and the impossibility of a unitary state, the British, powerless under the terms of the Mandate to impose a solution to the situation in Palestine, turned to the United Nations in early 1947.  On November 29,…

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The KosHER Kitchen: Turkeys And Miracles

Molly Cohen For some reason, with the few cooking skills we’ve mastered, my husband Manny and I decided to host our first Thanksgiving as a newlywed couple (almost four months and still going strong!). Celebrating the holidays always comes with the difficult decision of whose family we’ll spend the day with, so spending the morning…

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illustration of a winter scene showing a house with an evergreen tree out front and a snow man and sled. A girl walks in the snow towards the house holding a lantern. Bunny rabbits are placed throughout the snow and almost blend in entirely.

Tips to Winterize Your Home Before The Snow Comes

These maintenance tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet will help keep your home warm and safe From Blain’s Farm & Fleet Winterizing your home can save you cash and make your winter considerably more comfortable and relaxing. Make sure your home is ready for another Midwest winter with these Fall Home Maintenance Tips from Blain’s…

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Community House Partners with Quality Kosher Catering

The Community House in Birmingham recently finalized a new wedding catering partnership with Quality Kosher Catering. In partnership, Quality Kosher Catering will, as needed, provide wedding guests at the Community House with fully kosher selections of hors d’oeuvres, salads, plated entrees, starches, vegetables, etc. Choices for entrees include chicken scaloppini, lemon chicken tosca, stuffed chicken…

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Register Now for Lawrence Tech’s Spring Semester

Students can register now for spring semester classes that begin Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, at Lawrence Technological University (LTU). Day, evening, weekend and online options are available, including many fast-track certificate programs in growing career fields. LTU offers more than 100 associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs that can lead to careers in areas such…

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