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Question: Can a funeral be done without any newspaper notices to inform the public? N.L. Hope Dear N.L., Yes. There are no laws that state a notice must be put in the newspaper. We, as … more
Caregivers and family members often tell me that they are concerned about the diet of their aging loved ones. “They just don’t seem to eat like they used to” is a common stated … more
More than 180 members of the Jewish community, representing variety of organizations and institutions, converged on Washington, D.C., Feb. 2 for the seventh annual Jewish Disability Advocacy Day. The … more
Our Jewish values are borderless. The guiding principles that inform the work of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island are the same values that we prioritize in our support overseas. The … more
Don’t “listen” to Punxsutawney Phil and his shadow: Summer really is just around the corner. Now, while the wind is howling and snow is blowing, is the time for high school … more
Judaism has always placed enormous emphasis on raising children. In one midrash, people who enter the world to come are asked five questions. One is, “What did you do to raise the next … more
May you grow up to be righteous May you grow up to be true May you always know the truth And see the lights surrounding you May you always be courageous Stand upright and be … more
When I was accepted into the shlichim program, my first thought was: How am I going to do it? It would be my first time in the United States, in a place I had never heard of, and I would be the only … more
Did you know that summer camp is about more than fun? What are your plans for June, July and August? As I reflect upon my camp experience as a youngster at the Jewish Community Center in … more
My wife, Cindy, and I have just returned from tropical, beautiful and vibrant Martinique, a French island of some 400,000 inhabitants who live in an eternal summer in the south … more
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