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The Lawfare Project Protects Jewish Communities

Attorney Benjamin Ryberg of Farmington Hills works for New York-based nonprofit, the Lawfare Project, which protects Jewish communities worldwide. Photos courtesy of Benjamin Ryberg Some people,...

Josh Gershonowicz, Captain Vision

Meet Josh Gershonowicz, the 34 year-old native of Detroit and CEO of Rebuild Group, which is poised to rebuild business in the digital age. Featured...

A Recipe for Success: Jessica’s Natural Foods

Jessica Mindell's gluten intolerance and love for baking inspired her to launch Jessica's Natural Foods. When Jessica Mindell started Jessica’s Natural Foods in 2009, she...

Long White Beard Creates Custom-Made Furniture

Sustainable custom-made woodworking shop Long White Beard thrives in Ferndale thanks to owners Shelby Holtzman and Dan Erickson. Photography Derrick Martinez Driving through Ferndale, it’s easy...

Gayle Goodman Rises to the Occasion

After her husband’s death, Gayle Goodman took over the helm of Southfield's American Standard Roofing and helped it grow. By Sandra Gross Industry insiders and customers...

Avalon CEO Jackie Victor Earned Her ‘Daily Bread’

Avalon International Breads’ Jackie Victor has acted as an inspiring businesswoman and visionary in Detroit’s rebirth for over a decade. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, formerly the...

How to Make the Perfect Summer Bouquet

Owner of Olive’s Bloombox in Ferndale shows Detroit Jewish News how to make a hand-tied floral bouquet for summer. By Cassie Kunze Photography by Sacred Overstreet-Amos Sponsored...

Educate to Career: A Guide to Higher Education

Mike Havis designed Educate to Career, a non-profit that helps parents and high school seniors make sensible choices about college and career-planning. By Barbara Lewis Mike...

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Michigan Healthcare Professionals Sets Up COVID Testing Site

Out of the more than 6,000 tests they’ve conducted, about 20 percent have been positive Dr. Barry Feldman and Michigan Healthcare Professionals (MHP), the group...

LIST: Virtual Learnings/Events Happening May 30 – June 4

STAYING CONNECTED At this time of social distancing, the Jewish News will try to bring awareness to events/learning situations offered online by synagogues, temples and...