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This summer, performing arts comes to Camp JORI in a “camp within a camp.” Open to teens in 7th to 10th grade, JORIPAC is for those who want to immerse themselves in performance while … more
Camp! What a lot of emotion is contained in that short, innocuous-sounding word.   I have been a camp director for 23 years, since my youngest child was 2. I often tell families that I was … more
Investing in the next-generation ensures that the values that make Jewish Rhode Island strong and vibrant today will be even more robust tomorrow.    Supporting educational and … more
JTA – Though the Jewish community in South Korea is small, Jews visiting the country to compete in or watch the Winter Olympic Games won’t have to skimp on Kosher food or Shabbat … more
Have you ever joined a book club? Maybe you were thinking about how stimulating it would be to make new friends and engage in literary discussions. So you joined the book club, and tried to keep up … more
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, over 100 adults and children from the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island (JCDSRI) and the Islamic School of RI (ISRI) participated in a program … more
The Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association officially opened the doors to its new office and archives Jan. 21 with a reception and the dedication of the donor wall. Now housed near the first … more
JTA – If one thing jumps out about the nominations for the 90th annual Academy Awards, it’s the lack of big Jewish headlines to be plucked from them. “The Shape of … more
The free exhibit will be shown Feb. 1–March 2 in Gallery (401) at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s Dwares Jewish Community Center, 401 Elmgrove Ave., Providence. The … more
Photojournalist Erez Kaganovitz, the self-described “human behind [the] ‘Humans of Tel Aviv’ ” exhibit at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center this … more
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