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As the programming year comes to an end, BBYO New England Region (NER) reports that the year has been one with many high points. BBYO NER teens, parents, community supporters in the Friends … more
Leaders of more than a dozen agencies and congregations of the Rhode Island Jewish community met June 15 in the renovated Victor and Gussie Baxt Social Hall as part of the Jewish Alliance of Greater … more
Touro Fraternal Association, the largest independent Jewish fraternal order in New England, is proud to announce the commencement of its centennial year. Founded by the Honorable Jacob A. Eaton, … more
It wouldn’t be summer without books and the beach. And, once again, Hadassah Rhode Island is holding its Books on the Beach luncheon and author presentation. Members and friends are invited … more
Jewish Family Service of Rhode Island is on the move.  Not only has it merged with Jewish Seniors Agency of Rhode Island to create a new agency, but the 88-year-old social services agency is … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has launched a $250,000 Kickstarter campaign to translate and digitize the diaries of Nazi victims and survivors. Funds from the 31-day … more
QUESTION: Are there specific prayers that are said at an unveiling and do we need a rabbi to officiate?   B.D., Cranston   Dear B.D., Generally, psalms are recited, … more
In the world of artifacts, there is a philosophical divide: should they be preserved in the state in which they were found or should they be repaired and restored? If you’ve ever been to … more
JTA – If you’re a young Jewish woman – or if you just happen to love “Broad City” or wacky recollections of Jewish summer camp – there’s a new website for … more
On June 11, dinner tables were set in elegant teal and white, accented by beautiful flower arrangements, for the Providence Hebrew Day School’s 70th annual awards dinner.   Almost … more
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