Detroit

Mike Morse
October 30, 2015

Backpack Man of the Year

True to his name emblazoned on top of his office building at the corner of Northwestern and Evergreen in Southfield, Mike Morse doesn’t do anything on a small scale. “You may have noticed from my advertising and the sign on my building, I work, play and live . . . to win,” he says.

The Rosenzweigs
September 15, 2015

Gifted Couple

Meet Sarah and Benji Rosenzweig, celebrating 10 years of friendship, love and marriage, deep commitments to the Jewish community and daughters, Na’amah and Ellah.

September 14, 2015

A Sukkah Showcase of Metro Detroit

They come in all shapes and sizes and are made out of everything from recycled doors and repurposed shipping containers to flowing fabric and wooden planks. Sukkahs are popping up all over Metro Detroit to celebrate the festival of Sukkot. And as you can see, we have some seriously skilled sukkah builders and decorators in […]

September 1, 2015

What do Star Wars and Teruah have in common?

Short answer: Brett Willner

September 1, 2015

Detroit’s Z Lot

Find your spot. Take a spin around a photo essay showcasing “The Z” lot, featuring 30-some Jewish Detroiters making their mark in the D.

Harriet Berg
September 1, 2015

Dancing in Detroit

For as far back as most Detroiters can recall learning their first dance steps at Wayne State, the JCC or Camp Tamarack, Harriet Berg has been a beloved teacher.

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