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The Gift Of Receiving

Sometimes the most memorable gifts are not particularly expensive nor even useful. For example, once, many years ago, on a trip to my hometown, I...

A Biased United Nations Vote Cannot Hasten Peace

The Jewish Community Relations Council/AJC strongly opposes the United Nations Security Council resolution unanimously passed last month regarding Israel’s settlement policy and is deeply...

Opinion: Pluralistic Gathering Is Destined At Israel’s Western Wall

Israeli leaders should let wisdom prevail and enforce a derailed government-approved plan to expand a separate, pluralistic prayer space at the Western Wall. Four years...

Op-Ed: Keeping Jerusalem Pluralistic And Vibrant

Jerusalem, the holy city. A complex and controversial place that is sacred to the three religions of the Book, plastered across international headlines and disputed...

Jews in the Digital Age: A Return To Simpler Times

I’ve always had a tremendous appreciation for technology. I’m continuously wowed by the innovations that have revolutionized our lives, but I also fear that...

A Pre-Election Post-Election Assessment

Let’s be honest, and most of us can because we’re not running for office. Partisan politics aside, you have to admit the presidential campaigns...

Editorial: JN Endorses Clinton For President

In only the third time since the Atlantic’s founding in 1860, the magazine has endorsed a presidential candidate. In its endorsement for Hillary Clinton...

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Governor Gretchen Whitmer Travels to Israel

Governor Gretchen Whitmer travels to Israel this week to meet with different leaders to strengthen relationships and build business ties. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced plans...

Beth Rodgers and Howard Fridson’s ‘Welcome to Chanu-Con’

Beth Rodgers and Howard Fridson's new children's book Welcome to Chanu-Con details Congregation Beth Shalom's pre-Chanukah event. Featured photo courtesy of Barbara Lewis Chanu-Con, Congregation Beth...