Author archive for Detroit Jewish News

  • Too Much To Bear

    Despite his wonderful qualities, Ethan Bean’s sadness and isolation led to suicide.

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  • Rise!

    Beverly Fishman’s dynamic new mural shines.

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  • Detroit’s Little-Known Role in USA Women’s Gymnastics

    “I became successful because of a high-quality, low-cost gymnastics program.” — Wendy Hilliard

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  • Squeezed Out

    Rising rents and gentrification are the dark side of Detroit’s resurgence.

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  • Squeezed Out: Rising Rents Are Dark Side of Detroit Resurgence

    It is the dark side of urban revitalization. A rundown part of town gets a facelift.

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    My Mother’s Story

    Sally Horwitz would have had a lot to say about Donald Trump, terrorism, ISIS, what it means to be a…

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  • Detroit Jews get the message of Trump’s immigration order

    Last Friday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order halting all refugee entry to the U.S. for 120 days, with…

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  • Jewish Detroiters on the move

    By Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Detroit has had Jewish residents since 1762. The first Jewish neighborhood, Hastings…

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  • A Revitalized Detroit Attracts Young Jewish Residents

    By Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News While many Jewish Detroiters left the city between 1950 and 1970, a…

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    Detroit’s “Wailing Wall”

    By Robin Schwartz | Detroit Jewish News You don’t have to travel far or look too hard to find a…

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