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…Read More
Check out this gallery of photos from the Frankel Jewish Academy’s 2018 Annual Gala and Kadima’s 3rd Annual Gardening Day. Frankel Jewish Academy’s 2018 Annual Gala The Berman Center for the Performing Arts June 7, 2018 Photos by Jorge Lemus Faces & Places – HMC Award Ceremony Kadima’s 3rd Annual Gardening Day Southfield and various…Read More
Ruthan Brodsky Contributing Writer Franklin’s Slade home offers the perfect setting for new practice. A historic home in Franklin has attracted a holistic medical practice. “Our daughter, Kathy, had always dreamed of conducting her pediatric practice in a home rather than an office building so that her patients and families would feel comfortable and have…Read More
Shaarey Zedek reaches out to LGBTQ+ community. Congregation Shaarey Zedek is making a concerted effort to reach out to marginalized communities, starting with those who identify as “LGBTQ+”: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, queer and any sexual or gender minority that doesn’t yet have an initial. Rabbi Aaron Starr announced the initiative in his May 26…Read More
For 90 years, Jewish Family Service responds to the needs of the community. For a 90-year-old, Jewish Family Service (JFS) is pretty darn nimble. While its mainstay is providing services for older adults, mental health and substance abuse counseling, coordination of health care access and ensuring basic needs are being met, the agency can also…Read More
5K planned to help end teen substance abuse. Runners and walkers are invited to “Spring Into Action” in downtown Franklin May 19 at a 5K to help end teen substance abuse one step at a time. Led by the Youth Action Board (YAB) of the Birmingham Bloomfield Community Coalition (BBCC), the YAB’s goal is to…Read More
New local boutiques, businesses and brands you may not know — but should.
The village of Franklin’s got a new child to love.
Love Child, the darling of local fashionista moms and their broods, has broadened its horizons (and square footage) with a brand-new boutique in Franklin.
Sisters Michelle Bone and Erica Hunt teamed up with friend Lauren Slutsky (all moms of two kids each) in 2009 to open the original incarnation of Love Child, a super-hip, high-end and child-friendly kids’ boutique in Royal Oak. Slutsky, the shop’s buyer, has trained her eye on scouting out unique and funky clothing, shoes, jewelry and gift items for infants through tweens from designers across the country.Read More