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Gift Guide – Go Big, Shop Small

Our local communities are brimming with unique shops. Check them out on Small Business Saturday — Saturday, Nov. 24. Jodi Feld Special to the Jewish News ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS, Ann Arbor. Right along Main Street in AA, Rock Paper Scissors is home to beautiful stationery, gift cards and the most awesome supply of pop-culture stickers…

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Danny Raskin: Paying It Forward

Leon brothers again present free Thanksgiving dinner at their two restaurants. Mark your calendars in heavy circles … It’s here again! … The annual mouth-watering date of Moe and Sam Leon’s annual free Thanksgiving dinner at their two restaurants… Their unbelievable yearly “thank you” to everyone in America. The day before Thanksgiving … Wednesday, Nov.…

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A recent Coalition Shabbat dinner

For Openers: Building Alliances Over Dinner

It’s 7:30 p.m. on Friday night, and the dinner party called for 7 p.m. has just reached enough critical mass to get started. Jokes are made about “Jewish time,” “black time” and the fact that we never would have begun on time. Twenty-five young professionals and creatives are piled into an event room in the…

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Bricks & Mortar and Kosher Food: Changing Senior Needs and Preferences

The Contours of Our Jewish Community: Snapshots from the 2018 Population Study Editor’s Note: Each week, the Jewish News will offer insights into the findings of the 2018 Detroit Jewish Population Study with the intent of stimulating discussion about its potential meaning and impact. Trends show growing preference for our elderly to age in place…

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Shir Tikvah Co-Sponsors Premiere of Hamilton in Detroit

Congregation Shir Tikvah in Troy, Upland Hills School and Congregation Beth Shalom of Traverse City are sponsoring the premiere of Hamilton in Detroit at the Fisher Theatre on March 12, 2019. The evening will be major fundraiser for the three organizations, as well as a celebration of Shir Tikvah’s double chai (36th) anniversary year. The…

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Marla Canvasser, Cheryl Kerwin, Mark Canvasser (at back), Debbie Canvasser and Eric Canvasser

Longtime Runner Marks 14th Marathon

Marla Canvasser competed in the Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon’s International Half-Marathon event for the 14th time on Oct. 21. Marla, 58, of West Bloomfield, says she loves being part of such a large athletic event in Detroit. “Crossing the bridge into Canada and the tunnel back to Detroit is a really unique experience,” she…

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New At The Charach

A new exhibit glows within the recently renovated gallery. Suzanne Chessler Contributing Writer Artwork created especially for the latest exhibit at the Janice Charach Gallery will be enhanced by brand new lighting and ceiling colors that have been brought into the display space over the past three months. “Outside In: Artists of the Detroit Landscape,”…

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Advance Plumbing & Heating Supply Co showroom

A Big Advance

Advance Plumbing — family-owned for almost a century — has opened a 20,000-square-foot space in Midtown Detroit. Suzanne Chessler Contributing Writer Home buyers and home renovators can try out more than 50 working showerheads, 20 working kitchen and bathroom faucets, and five working toilets when they visit the new Midtown Detroit showroom of Advance Plumbing…

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Buddy’s Pizza at the Detroit Zoo

Buddy’s Pizza Now Open at the Detroit Zoo

Buddy’s Pizza, home of the original Detroit-style square pizza, opened its newest restaurant inside the Detroit Zoo Oct. 4, marking its 13th location in Michigan. The eatery is open daily year-round from 11 a.m. until the zoo closes. The 5,200-square-foot restaurant seats 163 and offer picturesque views of the zoo’s Horace H. Rackham Memorial Fountain…

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Atwater Debuts ‘First Brown’

What could be better for a fisherman than an afternoon of brown trout fishing in one of Michigan’s freshwater rivers, lakes or streams surrounded by a fall palette of colors and an icy cold six-pack of beer? Cue “First Brown,” the latest brew created by Detroit’s Atwater Brewery, just in time for the fall fishing…

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