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YIOS and Royal Oak Chabad Provide Cool Treats to Members

Organizations made sure their members were provided some delicious treats to celebrate Shavuot. On May 22, the Young Israel of Southfield Sisterhood, led by Ariella...

LIST: Virtual Learnings/Events Happening June 1 – June 5

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...

Detroit City Moishe House Seeks New Member

Social events and subsidized rent for Jewish 20-somethings Detroit City Moishe House, the local outpost of the international social group for Jewish young professionals, is...

Helping the Helpers: Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute Offers Free Short-Term Counseling

In response to the pandemic and Mental Health Awareness Month, which occurs every May, the institute decided to offer free, confidential, short-term counseling. Alan Krohn,...

A Whole New World: Virtual Learning During a Pandemic

Teachers face new challenges trying to educate their students from a distance. Before the coronavirus pandemic, classrooms were filled with students and teachers, hallways were...

Check Out This Year’s Cap And Gown 2020 Gallery!

Congratulations to all our graduates! Mazel Tov! With the cancellation of graduation ceremonies this year, our annual Cap & Gown issue takes on added significance. From...

A Jewish Conversation About Rapper Jay Electronica’s Controversial Debut Album

Jewish News editor Andrew Lapin also contributed to this article What’s in ‘A Written Testimony’? This March, rapper Jay Electronica released his debut studio album, A Written...

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Who is that Masked Man?

Bais Chabad pitcher Larry Lipnik says wearing a mask while playing softball ‘isn’t a big deal.’ Larry Lipnik wears a mask while he plays softball...

Looking Back: RIP, ‘Zombie Bandit’

You may not recognize his name, but you might recall his nickname: Alan Hurwitz earned fame, or perhaps infamy, as the “Zombie Bandit.” Alan Hurwitz...