Posts Tagged ‘camping’

A view from behind the Hollywood sign of Los Angeles at sunset.

Celebrity Jews: At the Movies and TV/Streaming Catch Up

AT THE MOVIES Opening Oct. 19: The original Halloween (1978) movie starred Jamie Lee Curtis, now 58, as Laurie Strode, the only survivor of a killing spree by Michael Myers, a mental patient who stalked Strode. The original was a hit and it spawned 11 sequels and re-makes. The “new” Halloween movie (called Halloween) again…

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Rachel Tronstein Stewart

New Detroit Leader

Rachel Tronstein Stewart continues tradition of Jewish involvement. Rachel Tronstein Stewart, 37, says she likes to be involved in things. For Stewart, those are more than casual words. She is president of Gardner-White, her family’s furniture company, headquartered in Auburn Hills, which operates 10 stores. This January, she was named chairman of the board of…

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Lorraine and Arnie Fisher flank their grand-children on the Willoway Day Camp Nature Trail. Bottom row: Alex Vieder, Brandon Vieder, Adam Fisher and Ben Fisher. Middle Row: Nick Vieder, Kaitlin Fisher, and Jessie Fisher. Top Row: Daniel Fisher and Meryl Vieder.

Generations Of Fun

Jonathon Koenigsberg Special to the Jewish News Willoway Day Camp to celebrate 50 summers. As the blossoms bloom, the weather warms and the kids count down the days, the staff of Willoway Day Camp are hard at work, making the pools clearer, the crafts craftier and the bug juice tastier than ever. And this summer,…

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West Village biergarten Photo taken from Brut Detroit’s Instagram

Seeing Double

Brut Detroit & Yum Village Open Second Beer and Wine Garden in Detroit Brut Detroit, a Detroit-based pop-up wine bar, and Yum Village have teamed up once again to open another Bier & Weingarten, this time along Detroit’s popular Dequindre Cut, a 2-mile urban recreational pathway that stretches from the riverfront to Mack Avenue. A…

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On The Mend: Girls recovering from a frightening camping accident.

They lay side by side in a Bloomfield Hills family room that has been temporarily transformed into a recovery ward. Kaylie Eisenberg and Dresden Cogan, both 15, are slowly healing after a harrowing ordeal that left the teens with severe injuries and a dramatic story to tell. Dresden is in a body brace with a…

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