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Wednesday, July 21, dawned as a beautiful summer morning, the kind of day when most Rhode Islanders would go to the beach if they could. Instead, approximately 125 women went to Ledgemont Country … more
(Kveller via JTA) – I observe Shabbat every Friday night. Well, kind of. I mean, I try to. I’d like to. But with four kids and all the summery stuff we try to pack into three short … more
The chances of two traditional, Hebrew-speaking Jewish men, one from Rhode Island and the other from Arizona, winding up in West Virginia for the recent National Endowment for the … more
Rabbi Yitzhak taught that “A ruler is not to be appointed unless the community is first consulted” (Babylonian Talmud Berachot 55a). One of the most essential rights that we have … more
I was honored to be the only layperson from Rhode Island to speak at the 2018 National Jewish Retreat. Having taken many Rohr Jewish Learning Institute courses, as well as participating in its … more
I had the privilege to spend this past year in Israel studying advanced topics in Judaism at the Darchei Binah seminary in Jerusalem. As I furthered my knowledge in Judaic studies, I also delved … more
Nir Cafri will be the new Israeli shaliach (emissary) to the Rhode Island Jewish Community, thanks to the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island in partnership with the Jewish Agency for Israel. … more
PROVIDENCE – Some 1,200 Jews from all over the U.S. and other nations gathered at the Rhode Island Convention Center July 31-Aug. 5 for the National Jewish Retreat.  The retreat is a … more
The merger of the Jewish Seniors Agency and Jewish Family Service into Jewish Collaborative Services continues as the two agencies moved into one building, at 1165 N. Main St. in Providence, at … more
The Jewish War Veterans of the USA, Department of Rhode Island, took part in the 233rd Bristol Fourth of July Parade. It was a hot, humid day for the marchers but the parade went on! more
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