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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...

Young Jews Making Moves: Lauren Schostak

Lauren Schostak of Huntington Woods engages in causes she believes in while also running her own bagel delivery business. Featured photo and video by Corrie...

Kaufman To Step Down As Detroit Federation CEO

Detroit Federation CEO Kaufman will take a "mini gap year" and continue to consult on Federation programs. Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit CEO Scott Kaufman...

Ancestry and The Arolsen Archives Digitize Holocaust Records

Ancestry announces partnership with the Arolsen Archives to digitize millions of Holocaust records in the Holocaust Remembrance Collection. In July, the popular Ancestry company announced...

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Simon and Salim Matari Engage in Good Deeds

Arab plumbers Simon and Salim Matari decided not to charge Holocaust survivor Rosa Meir for a routine repair after her life story touched their...

Noa Shavit Brings Emotion to the Stage

Israeli dancer and choreographer Noa Shavit will bring her talent to the University of Michigan this December. Last year, Israeli choreographer and dancer Noa Shavit...

12 Diverse Rabbis Call Huntington Woods Home

Huntington Woods hosts one of the fastest growing Jewish populations in Michigan and has attracted a dozen of diverse religious leaders. Photos by Jerry ZolynskySome...

Hear, Michael Barg

Photos courtesy of Michael Barg You are Michael Barg. You are knocking on an unmarked door on West Grand Boulevard. It is late and dark,...

Jewish Prisoners Win Right to Kosher Meals

A proposed settlement reached Oct. 12 grants Michigan's Jewish prisoners the ability to have Kosher meals. Jewish inmates in Michigan prisons will start receiving kosher...