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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...

Bubbie’s Kitchen: Making Mandel Bread with DeDe

Bubbie's Kitchen Episode 2 features DeDe Weinberg showing Joshua Goldberg how to make her irresistible mandel bread. Sponsored by Johnny Pomodoro’s Fresh Market Produced by Allison...

Sukkah Sleeping

The tradition of dwelling in a sukkah for seven days can include chilly overnight stays but amount to a whole-body religious experience like no...

Taking Self-Reflection Beyond Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is an opportune time to think back on our wrongdoings, yet elements of mindfulness and self-reflection can be implemented daily or weekly. As...

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....

This Week’s Torah Portion: What Do We Do With Our Years?

Parshat Vayelekh: Detuteronomy 31:1-30; Hosea 14:2-10; Micah 7:18-20; Joel 2:15-27. (Shabbat Shuvah) Ad me’ah v’esrim!” (“May you live until 120.”) We often hear and use...

Best Break-Fast Recipes

Planning amazing recipes ahead of time is the key to a successful end to Yom Kippur fasting. Atoning can be emotionally exhausting. Fasting on Yom...

Israeli Holiday Fare

Need a last-minute recipe idea? Try one of these inventive Rosh Hashanah recipes by Israel’s top chefs. By Jessica Halfin Rosh Hashanah menus, while traditional and...

Shofar Demonstration by Maurie Perlman

Videography and photography by Derrick Martinez   Maurie Perlman of Oak Park has been blowing shofar for years at local synagogues at the High Holidays —...

Security Increases Amid High Holidays

A year of rising anti-Semitic incidents brings heightened security measures to ensure holiday safety at synagogues in Metro Detroit. Shari S. Cohen and Stacy Gittleman Security...

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Attorney Robert Kass Authors ‘To Save the Nation’

Attorney Robert Kass pens his first thriller To Save the Nation based on the international intrigue that touched his life. Photos courtesy of Robert Kass Detroit...

American Rabbi Suspected of Running Baby Trafficking Network

Five people including American Rabbi Shmuel Puretz have been arrested by Israeli police for allegedly running an international baby trafficking ring. By Cnaan Liphshiz (JTA) —...