An unidentified caller said a bomb would explode in a locker in the Ann Arbor building in 30 minutes, but no explosives were found in a police search that included bomb-sniffing dogs.
By Lisa Keys
They're pricey, they're inconvenient. A writer's surprising quest to find a suitable Jewish day camp in New York City.
The move was prompted by a wild party at a Michigan ski resort that left 45 hotel rooms trashed and $430,000 worth of damage. More ▸
By Adam Soclof
For Sabbath-observant students and families in Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan’s pervasive football culture poses a problem: home games at Michigan Stadium conflict with Shabbat. Or so it was before last Saturday night’s match-up against Notre Dame. [[READMORE]] Jews have long been embedded in the Michigan football tradition, even on the field. Russian immigrant… More ▸