Tony Sanders, known for his contagious smile and laugh, brought a new perspective to all the students and parents he interacted with.
Rabbi Daniel Nevins, once of Adat Shalom, hopes to help those affected by the coronavirus.
The executive order outlines guidelines for remote learning, ensures seniors can still graduate and teachers will be paid for the remainder of the year.
Chef Matt Prentice of Three Cats in Clawson is keeping his business afloat by bundling dinners to-go.
COVID-19 is leading many families to downsize their typical Passover crowd or shift to virtual seders.
The Metro Detroit native returns back to her roots to lead The Well’s young family offerings.
With the need for personal protective equipment at an all-time high, two FJA staff members use technology to aid local medical workers.
The Video Pub is a valuable queer space in the holy city, and it may not survive COVID-19.
One of the basic tenets in Judaism is the Exodus from Egypt. The Ten Commandments begin with the words: “I am the Lord your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt.” We are compelled to recall this extraordinary event in prayers like the V’ahavta and Shabbat evening Kiddush. Passover commemorates our people’s freedom from slavery after this momentous escape. This theme is familiar — especially for Salomone Castro.
New app helps people connect at the grocery store.