Spiedo: Once is not enough
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Spiedo: Once is not enough

By Candace Bulkley and Trina Fuller Candace and Trina became friends in the Temple Beth Emeth adult b-mitzvah class that graduated in 2022. They will be honing their palates, visiting, and writing about a variety of independent, locally owned Washtenaw County restaurants, catering to a variety of dietary preferences. Introduce your tastebuds to their new…

A taste of Egypt … in Dexter
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A taste of Egypt … in Dexter

By Candace Bulkley and Trina Fuller Candace and Trina became friends in the Temple Beth Emeth adult b-mitzvah class that graduated in 2022. They will be honing their palates, visiting, and writing about a variety of independent, locally owned Washtenaw County restaurants, catering to a variety of dietary preferences. The Metro Detroit area is home…

Impossible Takes Longer by Daniel Gordis

Reviewed by Amiel Handelsman The turmoil in Israel around judicial reform is tearing apart the country. Hundreds of thousands of citizens, fearing the demise of Israeli democracy, protest in the streets. Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak calls Netanyahu’s project the “assassination of the Declaration of Independence.” At stake is the state’s very reason for being….

Visiting art in person again, Olivia Guterson and Laura Earle

Art Review by Idelle Hammond-Sass During Passover I had an opportunity to go to Detroit to view a temporary art installation at MOCAD (Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit) by Detroit artist Olivia Guterson. Her piece, “At Our Table,” was one of the installations for REBOOT’s “Plastover: An Exodus from Plastic Waste” initiative and was installed…