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Looking Back: The Sinai Legacy

Sinai Hospital in Detroit was a major achievement for Detroit's Jewish community by providing a non-discriminatory environment for patients and professionals. As this calendar year...

Looking Back: Jewish Radio in Detroit History

Jewish radio had maintained a heavy presence in Detroit but now radio entrepreneurs are pioneering the next age of radio. Grace Turner’s article about the...

Looking Back: Remembering John Conyers

Former Michigan politician John Conyers Jr. fought for civil rights for all but stirred up controversy in the Jewish community. On Oct. 27, 2019, another...

Looking Back: An Honored Governor

Former Michigan governor William Milliken passed away in October but is remembered for his significant and direct impact on the Jewish community. Michigan’s longest serving...

Looking Back: One ‘Radical’ to Another

Co-owner of Zingerman's Deli Ari Weinzwieg shares in his book how applying the business ideas of radical Jewish anarchist Emma Goldman can impact businesses. When...

Looking Back: The Hate Goes On

Anti-Semitism rears its ugly head in Michigan’s Copper Country with the vandalism of Temple Jacob in Hancock. Anyone who has read the JN — or...

Looking Back: Hank Greenberg

The cornerstone of the new Walk of Heroes at The Corner Ballpark features the greatest and most influential Jewish baseball player, Hank Greenberg. On Oct....

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The Holocaust Memorial Center to Reopen

The museum will open first open to members only before expanding it to the general public on Monday, July 27. The Holocaust Memorial Center will...