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Highway to Challah: Cousins Ensure Families Can Enjoy Fresh Challah on Shabbat

The challah comes freshly baked from Johnny Pomodoro’s in Farmington Hills. Residents of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Farmington Hills, Franklin and West Bloomfield can have fresh...

Tune In: May 5 Webinar Aims to Connect Michigan and Israeli Businesses for COVID-19 Innovations

Michigan Israel Business Accelerator’s “Innovation vs. Corona” event will focus on the healthcare industry. The Michigan Israel Business Accelerator (MIBA) is collaborating with Start-Up Nation Central (SNC) for...

Jewish Federation to Hold Online COVID-19 Community Forum

They’ll also talk about how the pandemic has impacted Jewish agencies and community partners in the area.  The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit will hold...

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One Summer Camp Presses On: Camp Tanuga 

The Kalkaska-based sleepaway camp will move forward pending new state guidelines. Camp Tanuga, an overnight secular camp in Kalkaska, Mich. that draws many Jewish campers from Metro Detroit, intends to...

Synagogues Think About Reopening

Some congregations are moving ahead slowly — with caution — while others plan to wait. Perhaps it’s because pikuach nefesh­, the saving of life, is...

The Positive Power of Art

Kadima Creative Expressions helps people improve their mental health. For years, Joel has dreamed of creating a graphic novel from the Star Trek-inspired art project...