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Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

The High Holidays afford time for self-reflection, forgiveness and improved relations with others, but often people struggle with saying "sorry". The Jewish High Holidays and...

Interfaith Families During The High Holidays

While The High Holidays often present challenges for interfaith families, they can also provide insight on meaningful Jewish traditions. Featured photo by John Hardwick/Jewish Federation The...

Rosh Hashanah Events Around Town

Check out our Rosh Hashanah event round-up for the upcoming new year, featuring events for adults, kids and the whole family. 1. Rosh Hashanah on...

This Week’s Torah Portion: Being Chosen Is A Challenge

Parshat KiTavo: Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8; Isaiah 60:1-22 By Howard Lupovitch This week’s Torah portion underscores the complexity in the relationship between God and Israel, specifically the notion...

Time to Celebrate Your Grandparents

In honor of Grandparents Day on Sunday, grandparents share their photos of the lights of their lives with Jewish News readers. Featured photo courtesy Rick...

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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) —...