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Peloton Fan: West Bloomfield Native’s Gusto Goes Viral

Brad Holcman gained on-camera notoriety for the enthusiasm he shows riding behind several high-profile and high-energy Peloton instructors. By Stacy Gittleman Featured photo courtesy of Brad...

Professor Robert Sedler: A Champion of Justice

Fighting for the underdog defines Sedler’s career as an advocate and renowned law professor. By David Sachs After teaching constitutional law for more than a half-century,...

Taking Action on Gun Control

After Parkland, teens are leading in advocating for sensible gun control legislation. By Stacy Gittleman It’s happened again. Six months to the day when a white supremacist...

Remembering Judge Damon Keith

Community members recall Judge Damon Keith’s ties to the Jewish community and the legacy he left behind.   The Pursuit of Justice By Carl Levin Damon Keith left...

Federation Offers Security Grants to Area Synagogues

Metro Detroit synagogues and temples can apply for funds to upgrade security through the Federation and United Jewish Foundation. By JN Staff Metro Detroit synagogues and...

Netanyahu: Gaza Battle ‘Not Over’ Despite Cease-Fire

Netanyahu asserts that the "campaign is not over" between Israel and Hamas, yet some Cabinet members are critical of Monday's cease-fire. By Sam Sokol Featured photo...

Walk for Israel This Sunday, May 5

Adat Shalom to host annual Walk for Israel event to show support for the Jewish State, featuring speakers and entertainment. By Stacy Gittleman Featured photo by...

The Jewish News Wins Big at SPJ Gala

Danny Raskin Honored; JN Writers Win Journalism Awards at the Society of Professional Journalists Detroit Chapter annual award gala. By Jackie Headapohl Senior JN Columnist Danny...

‘A Moment of Unity’ for Chabad of Poway at U of M

U of M Hillel and Chabad House of Ann Arbor organize "Moment of Unity" on campus. By JN Staff Photos by Orr Viznitser and courtesy of...

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