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Neo-Nazi Flyers Displayed in Two Michigan Cities

Birmingham and Royal Oak Police Departments report a total of five neo-Nazi recruitment flyers, including one at Clover Hill Park Cemetery. The morning of July...
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Singer/Songwriter Jesse Palter Comes Home

Singer/songwriter Jesse Palter launches new album in Detroit, where she started her singing-composing career. Just as Jesse Palter launched her singing-composing career in Metro Detroit,...

Anti-Semitism is Strengthening the Jewish Identity of Young People. Why Haven’t Our Organizations Embraced...

Lovy argues there are too few places that welcome Jews who feel connected to Judaism in response to anti-Semitism but aren't attending shul. By Howard...

Running for Alzheimer’s Research

Bloomfield Hills man travels around the world to raise money for Alzheimer’s disease research, running half-marathons in 50 states. Jason Boschan won’t stop running. The Bloomfield...

This Week’s Torah Portion: Our Miraculous Gifts

Parshat Balak: Numbers 22:2-25:9; Micah 5:6-6:8. By Rabbi Elliott Pachter A talking donkey? Middle school metal shop class? What do they have in common? Read on. In...

Jewish, Muslim Communities Aid Asylum Seekers

More than $40,000 from Temple Israel and the Michigan Muslim Community Council will be sent to southern border to aid asylum seekers. Temple Israel has...

A Detroiter’s Journey of Jewish Community Explored and Expanded

Metro Detroiter Jessica Katz shares learning experiences during her journey as the 2019 Ralph I. Goldman Fellow in Global Jewish Leadership. By Jessica Katz Featured photo...

The Life and Times of Maxine Berman

Maxine Berman was an open book. And she wrote more than one, apparently. Twenty-five years ago this month, Momentum Books published The Only Boobs in...

Charlevoix the Beautiful

The Up North getaway location, Charlevoix, has attracted Jewish Detroiters for summer vacation for generations — here’s why. Featured photo by Jennifer Lovy Ask Michiganders what...

Scott Leemaster Takes Chairman Position at Technion

Jewish Detroiters share a special relationship with the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and new chairman of the Board of Governors Scott Leemaster. Featured image courtesy...

Festival of Plays Features Local Talent

Two Jewish playwrights, Stephen Sussman and Myron Stein, take the stage with their short theater pieces for the 2019 Festival of Plays. Stephen Sussman has...

Technion’s Longtime Ties to Detroit

Earlier in this issue (on page 12), you may have read about the service of Detroit Jewish community leader Larry Jackier to the Technion-Israel...

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Teen Lifeguard Saves Child with CPR

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Composed teen lifeguard Maya Greenstein saves a small child with use of CPR at the Oak Park Community Pool. Featured photo by Seymour Greenstein Visitors to...

Ernie’s Market Makes History in Oak Park

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Ernie's Market will now be famous for more than just sandwiches, adding the first ever outdoor dining area in Oak Park. Since 1955, Ernie’s Market...

Op-Ed: How the GOP Meets A Jewish Millennial Woman’s Standard

I’m Jewish. I’m a woman. I’m a millennial. And I’m incredibly proud to be a Republican supporting conservative candidates in November. For many of us...

Opinion: The Death By Neglect Of A Community

Sorrow and heartache walked with me Erev Rosh Hashanah from the parking lot adjacent to the now dark and boarded up JPM up the...

DNA Testing Adds Another High-Tech Layer To Researching Family Roots

Several years ago, I started hearing about DNA testing for genealogical purposes. You send for a kit, swab the inside of your cheek, send...

Terrorist Turkeys in West Bloomfield!

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A 75 year-old woman battles with a pack of wild "terrorist" turkeys in a "turkey turf war," a familiar sight to all in West...