Posts by Tessa Goldberg

Fan Favorite – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel creators and star talk about Season 2 Telling the story of a 1950s Jewish housewife who becomes a standup comic, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel instantly became a fan favorite and a critical darling, earning Golden Globe, Critics Choice, Peabody and PGA awards and 14 Emmy nominations in its first season on…

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Tamarack Storytelling

Tamarack Camps hosted its first “Mosquito Event,” a take-off on the popular Moth storytelling competitions started by NPR. The idea to host a storytelling event centered around camp memories came from the organization’s Alumni Committee. What better way to engage alums than to host an event where they can tell their stories?  About 75 people…

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Detroit Federation Sets Up Fund For Hurricane Relief

(JNS.org) Relief efforts are under way in the Jewish communities of southeastern Texas following the deadly Hurricane Harvey that slammed into Texas causing death and epic flooding. This was the strongest storm to hit Texas in decades. Heavy rainfall caused massive and widespread flooding, the most that’s been seen from a tropical storm, and power…

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Fuse[FORCE]: Brings Fitness To Young People With Special Needs

Fuse45 is partnering with Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) to provide affordable exercise classes for children, teens and young adults living with autism, Down Syndrome and other developmental challenges. Fuse45 offers these classes, called Fuse[FORCE], at two locations — Royal Oak and West Bloomfield — on Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons. “JVS is partnering with Fuse45…

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