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Al Muskovitz – Vinyl Memories

I trust you had a great Thanksgiving. I’m still de-bloating from overindulging in stuffing made with Dakota Bread challah that by the end of...

Fine Greek cuisine lives on at Uptown Parthenon

Sitting in their New Parthenon restaurant on Monroe in Greektown munching on double-boned lamb chops, owner Polyvius Panagopoulos and his general manager at New...

ZOA/Bannon Lovefest Despite Adelson Adieu

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has given the idiom “politics makes strange bedfellows” an entirely new meaning — but it is hardly a...

New name – Same great food and service

Its only change is to the name, J Bird Smoked Meats, taking over the former Yard Bird comfort food restaurant while celebrating its third...

Anti-Semitism at U-M: Different Excuse, Same Result

On Nov. 14, the anti-Semitic BDS movement succeeded when the Central Student Government at University of Michigan voted for a resolution to divest the...

Thanksgiving By Moe And Sam

A never-forgotten spirit that has become an annual dining ritual for two brothers who turned their “Thank You, America” into not just words but...

Midwest Diplomatic Marathon

For several years, I have had the honor of being a board member of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) in Detroit. Last year, AJC...

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Andiamo’s Bottomless Pasta Bowls Every Monday for $11.95

Dine-in customers select their combination of pasta and sauce. Every Monday, diners can create their own bottomless pasta creations at Andiamo for just $11.95, exclusively...

Newlyweds Separated by Canada-US Border Closure

She’s in Windsor; he’s in Huntington Woods. Seeing each other is tough. When Brian met Jordanna, the international border between them was not an issue. After...