Weekly newspaper caters to local readers of the Jewish faith with news from Israel, as well as cultural and dining opportunities in Detroit
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The weekly periodical reports on news, cultural events, and food pertinent to the local Jewish community.
<i>Detroit Jewish News</i>
Since its first issue came off the presses in 1942, the Detroit Jewish News has garnered numerous awards—more than 100 in the last decade alone—for covering news and cultural events relevant to local Jewish readers. Along with the latest developments in Israel, the paper and its Web edition focus on Jewish news in the Detroit area. A calendar lists up-to-date info for nearby concerts, lectures, and film screenings, and a community directory keeps subscribers abreast of new restaurants and the next place your dad plans on hiding the matzo.
It is important that the Jewish News have the support of all segments of Jewish life in Detroit and its environs. Without that support, the newspaper cannot sustain itself . It is important that there be a local Jewish publication not only to cover what is happening locally but to part of what contributes to creating a cohesive sense of community.
Janice Starkman Goldfein