With the upcoming Nation of Islam conference in Detroit, this week's column explores its leader's anti-Semitic rhetoric.
Kirk Douglas starred in a memorable movie filmed entirely in Israel.
Ben Shiffman was one of only a few Jews to serve and was Michigan's oldest veteran in the Spanish-American War.
Jewish astronauts continue to make their mark in history with Jessica Ulrika Meir participating in the first all-female spacewalk.
"The Holocaust Unfolds," which shares reports from the Detroit Jewish Chronicle and the Jewish News, will on display again at UM-Dearborn.
Federal Judge Avern Cohn recently announced his retirement in December, leaving big shoes to fill. I had a hard time thinking of an appropriate introduction...
Mitzvah Day continues to bring the Jewish community together on Christmas day to volunteer at different social service agencies in Metro Detroit.
The Chanukah issue of the JN from 1949 showcased celebrations throughout Metro Detroit but also dealt with larger issues during the post-war era.
Philip Slomovitz was the creator and founding editor of the Detroit Jewish News and created his legacy in journalism.
A new social program threatens America’s Jews, and Mr. Levin goes to Washington.
Rita Haddow was an inspirational leader, a devoted wife and mother, and a generous supporter of the many causes she held dear.
The JHELP Meal Program allows vulnerable individuals to receive food safely in their own home.
The apartments are not closing, but seniors may be better off with their families during COVID.
They saw the coronavirus coming, but no business was prepared for its high-speed impact once the first cases hit Michigan.