New York Times columnist Roger Cohen to give talk at U-M; Ann Arbor doula explains how her profession helps expectant mothers
From a New York Times columnist speaking about Israel during a U-M event to a series of talks on what a doula does for pregnant women, here’s a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
Roger Cohen, columnist for the International Herald Tribune and New York Times, will speak at the University of Michigan. His talk—“Israeli Spring? The Enduring Jewish Question”—will ask how close, 63 years after the founding of the Jewish state, has Israel conformed to its founding ideals.
By: Dawn Bussey, Birth Doula: "What is a Doula, Anyway?" by Dawn Bussey, Ann Arbor Birth Doula
I believe in educating the public about doulas, not just expecting families or those wishing to become pregnant. The public is invited to come learn and get their questions answered.
By: Janet Hawkins: Environmental Science Takes Root at WCC
and Jacob Lawrence Prints at WCC Gallery Through Feb. 17
By: Betty Cummings: Auditions for All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
By: Denise Walter: Michigan Ability Partners helps Veterans
By: union bbc: Union Baseball Club
By: YAG Communication Liaison: YAG's Ann Arbor Summer Theatre Academy 2012 Registration is Now Open
By: Ypsilanti Jaycees: Speed Dating this Friday!
By: Woman in Ypsilanti: Amtrak leaves Ann Arbor and derails near Jackson
By: Chris Kochmanski: Daycroft Montessori School Begins Enrollment for 2012 Summer Camps
By: ashli benn: Charity Haircut-A-Thon for local woman!
By: Julie Lubeck-Hofer: Relay For Life of Ann Arbor Gears Up For a World with Less Cancer and More Birthdays
By: Char Luttrell: Girl Scout Cookies Available for the Big Game
By: Alex: HourSchool launches in Ann Arbor
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