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Editor’s Note: Addressing Our Election Reporting

The JN’s editor responds to a 400-person statement. Since the election, I have been reflecting on how the Jewish News covered this year’s campaign, and...

Jewfro: Glass All Over the Floor

There's no missing or mansplaining the talent and triumphs up and down this year's ballot. Hear that? The cathartic sound of the proverbial glass ceiling...

Launching a Nonprofit in a Pandemic

Coaching Detroit Forward executive director Stephanie Steinberg shares how the virus didn’t stop a new nonprofit from offering writing and photography camps for Detroit...

Essay: MoGo is the Way to Go

MoGo, Metro Detroit’s bikeshare system, has consistently been the best and most reliable transit option for Jeremy Rosenberg. As someone living in the Motor City...

Editor’s Letter: Tired, But Still Here

JN editor Andrew Lapin looks back at the 2020 Election coverage over the past week. When the last of the Michigan votes finally came through...

For Openers: Thank You, Jewish War Vets

With Veterans Day on Nov. 11, Al Muskovitz's column focuses on the community’s beloved Jewish War Veterans (JWV). I’m writing this before the Nov. 3...

Remembering Detroit — 50 Years Ago

Things looked differently in Detroit in 1970. Fifty years ago in 1970, Detroit counted 1,514,063 residents according to the highest figure published by the United...

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Looking Back: Remembering Rabbi Sacks

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks was chief rabbi of the United Kingdom, 1990-2013, the tenth rabbi to hold that position. Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Baron Sacks...