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Rabbi Josh Warshawsky Brings Spirit into Songs

Inspiring, musical Rabbi Josh Warshawsky will help Detroiters usher in the holidays by performing his music at Congregation Beth Ahm. Rabbi Josh Warshawsky has been...

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...

Civil Rights Commission Ends Agreement With Director Arbulu

The Michigan Civil Rights Commission has relieved Executive Director Agustin Arbulu of his duties after comments surfaced. The Michigan Civil Rights Commission terminated the employment...

A Look Into Lois Haron Designs

Lois Haron, owner of Lois Haron Designs, has been providing her interior design services to Michigan communities for 35 years. Photography Courtesy of Lois Haron How...

Take on Hate Rally Supports End of Hateful Rhetoric

Rep. Debbie Dingell's Take on Hate rally at the University of Michigan-Dearborn encourages communities to end hateful rhetoric. Photography by Corrie Colf On Thursday, Aug. 29...

Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival

Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival was back in action for the fourth year bringing Metro Detroit Jews together with new learning experiences. Photography by John...

Bill Kaye Fulfills Promise of Making His Bar Mitzvah

91-year-old Holocaust survivor, Bill Kaye, celebrates his bar mitzvah with his grandson, Elijah. Photography by Jerry Zolynsky Any Jewish boy who’s had a bar mitzvah knows...

Cobo Center Gets a New Name

TCF Executive Chairman Gary Torgow unveils new TCF Center signage at Cobo Center. Featured photo via TCF Center Facebook The center formally known as Cobo got...

Andrew Grossman Now Eats to Live

Andrew Grossman from Southfield overcame major health and lifestyle challenges when he underwent bariatric surgery. Featured Photo Courtesy of Tony Simler Before Andrew Grossman, 45, of...

New Melton Classes for Parents

Parents of school-aged children now have the opportunity to enroll in Melton classes through The Melton Parent Education Program. Featured Photo Courtesy of JLearn Melton educators...

Anti Israel Resolution Rejected in Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor's Human Rights Commission unanimously votes against Anti-Israel resolution to end U.S. military aid to Israel. Featured photo via iStock.At the Ann Arbor City...

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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 LupovitchThis week’s Torah portion underscores the complexity in the relationship between God and Israel, specifically the notion...