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Tamarack Camps Initiates Staff Reduction

Tamarack Camps makes up budget deficit by eliminating nine staff positions. Featured photo via Tamarack Camps Facebook Shortly after Labor Day, Tamarack Camps enacted a workforce...

Pappas to Receive Butzel Award

At Federation's annual meeting this Tuesday, the Butzel Award goes to Norm Pappas for his dedication, vision and leadership. Photography by John Hardwick/Jewish Federation Talk to...

Robin Seymour: A Radio Legend

Radio pioneer Robin Seymour brings his memoir and his memories back to Detroit. Photos courtesy of Robin Seymour If not for conversations between two residents of...

Israel AG Allows Partrich Loan to Netanyahu

Israel Attorney General allows Detroiter Partrich's funds to pay back improper gift toward prime minister's legal defense Israel Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced Friday that...

Special Delivery From the Grants

West Bloomfield natives Adam Grant and Allison Sweet Grant deliver their new children’s book on the gift of giving. Both powerhouses in their own rights,...

‘Dearest Girlfriends’ Give New Meaning to BFFs

13 lifelong childhood friends, the "Dearest Girlfriends," celebrate their 80th birthdays with a big trip to Stratford, Ontario. What better way to mark a birthday...

SmileDirectClub Founders Set to Become Billionaires

SmileDirect Club founders and Detroit natives Jordan Katzman and Alex Fenkell could soon become some of the world's youngest billionaires. The teeth-alignment company SmileDirectClub (SDC)...

Haley Stevens’ First Time to Israel

Congresswoman Haley Stevens speaks about her experience in Israel and the impact her first trip to the country had on her. "Phenomenal.” That’s what Congresswoman...

JCC to Honor the Retired Barbara Cantor

Legendary JCC teacher Barbara Cantor is being honored Sunday, Sept. 15 at the West Bloomfield JCC. By Nancy Solway Barbara Cantor is a true legend in...

Sisters Receive Uncle’s Long-Lost Diary from WWII

Thanks to researcher David Huntley, local sisters receive heroic uncle's diary who perished in World War II. Photography by Glenn Triest Sisters Janice Morgan of Birmingham...

The Lawfare Project Protects Jewish Communities

Attorney Benjamin Ryberg of Farmington Hills works for New York-based nonprofit, the Lawfare Project, which protects Jewish communities worldwide. Photos courtesy of Benjamin Ryberg Some people,...

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With Bolton Gone, Will Trump Make a Deal with Iran?

The resignation of National Security Advisor John Bolton leads to speculation on whether President Donald Trump will try to make a deal with Iran. By...

Bistro Le Bliss Celebrates its Inaugural Anniversary

West Bloomfield restaurant Bistro Le Bliss pleases palates in its first year with French-inspired Eastern European menu. Photos via Bistro Le Bliss Facebook Celebrating only its...

The Tribe Goes to the 2019 Emmys

The 2019 Emmys are this Sunday, September 22. Keep an eye out for these confirmed Jewish nominees! The Primetime Emmys, for excellence in TV, will...

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...