Posts Tagged ‘Father’s Day’

C holds his cup of coffee.

Father’s Day Cups of Coffee

Father’s Day started with an early morning wake up from our 14-month-old. I was trying to let my husband sleep in, but he was up earlier than he or I wanted. Like most mornings, this morning revolved around coffee. After rolling out of bed, my husband came in the kitchen and asked the proverbial question.…

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The winning team at the Greenberg Invitational included Jeremy Schaap, Peter Joelson, Jeff Shapiro, David Ruby and Brian Eisenberg.

Greenberg Invitational One To Remember

Sari Cicurel, the new executive director of the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation, knew quite a bit about the inner workings of the foundation’s Hank Greenberg Memorial Golf Invitational before she started her new job earlier this year. She had been the foundation’s community relations director for six years, which prepared her for the first invitational…

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7 Tips for Fathers Raising Daughters In Today’s World

As Father’s Day (June 17) rolls around, we are mindful that it wasn’t that long ago when a father’s job was to attend his daughter’s pretend tea parties and make her a pretty dollhouse. But today’s fathers must navigate a new world and avoid gender specific roles. “The fathers of today’s girls need to be…

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Father's Day BBQ

Father’s Day BBQ

Father’s Day is not just another Hallmark holiday. The most popular theory is that in 1909, a certain Washington state woman wanted to pay tribute to her father, a widower who raised a brood of children on his own. In 1924, after years of “unofficial” celebrations, President Coolidge called for an official date to honor…

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Father’s Day Makeover!

Enter Dad To Win By Friday, May 13 Honor Dad this Father’s Day with a clothing makeover, courtesy of The Shirt Box and The Detroit Jewish News! Nominate any father: your Dad, Step-Dad, Brother, Son. Two winners will be selected by The Shirt Box, professionally photographed, featured in a special Father’s Day section in an…

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Daddy Dearest

Give Dad the gift of a perfectly tailored, custom fit: Linda Miller, local style consultant for J. Hilburn Men’s Clothier, will visit his home or office for a personal consultation. She will measure each client and get to know his style preferences (is he a cutaway collar, French round cuff, no pocket kind of guy?), resulting in a hand-constructed piece of luxury clothing crafted from fine Italian fabrics. Give a gift certificate for a custom shirt or jacket (like this NAVY DRILLINO SPORTCOAT, $425, and RED/NAVY LARGE CHECK SHIRT, $119), or choose from their vast assortment of ready-to-wear pieces (NAVY SILK DOT POCKET SQUARE, $49). J. Hilburn Men’s Clothier (248-229-1829;

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