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The curtain rises on the new JET season.

Five new laptop computers click away in the offices of the Jewish Ensemble Theatre (JET), enhancing administrative efficiency for an artistic team getting ready...

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                  ART NEWS Michigan-based sculptor Nanci LaBret Einstein is known for her high color and repurposing of common objects; similarly, artist Jay Knapp creates large fiber...

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ART NEWS Early this year, Cranbrook Academy of Art exhibited “Him,” an exhibition project by Liz Cohen, artist-in-residence and head of the photography department at...

We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do!

When Elisa Cohen’s twin daughters, Samantha and Sydney, now 22, were accepted to Indiana University, she was thrilled for her soon-to-be Hoosiers and wanted...

Editor’s Picks: What to do, where to go, who to see.

LET THE SUNSHINE IN The Detroit Actor’s Theatre Company, under artistic director Eric Swanson, presents the groundbreaking musical story of the 1960s hippie counterculture and...

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Looking Back: Michigan’s Jewish Suffragette

This month marks 100 years since the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Michigan primary elections were held this week....