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The Providence Passover Journal is truly a Rhode Island creation, one that inspired groups in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia to create similar publications.     Published … more
Shabbaton [Photo gallery]
New England Yachad and National Council of Synagogue Youth participants came together recently for an inclusive high school Shabbaton at Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence. more
Milestone celebration [Photo gallery]
Providence Hebrew Day School students hold their new siddurim that they received at their Siddur Party on Monday, Feb. 19. Standing behind the students are Miriam Esther Weiner, principal, Rabbi … more
Teachers in area Jewish day schools have a new potential benefit to help enrich their educational skills.   An award that provides $3,000 toward a professional development program in … more
Williams F.S. Miles’ most recent book, “In the Shadow of Moses: New Jewish Movements in Africa and the Diaspora,” examines Judaism in Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, … more
The Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame announced the names of 16 Rhode Island hockey greats, including Jewish standouts Mathieu Schneider and Sara DeCosta-Hayes, who will be enshrined in its … more
The Joanne Forman Film Festival presents three Sundays of films each year, with moderated  discussions and refreshments at Temple Beth-El in Providence.  This year’s theme is … more
As a small child, I remember being put down for an afternoon nap. The whir of my mother’s portable Singer sewing machine on the kitchen table lulled me to sleep. I also remember going to … more
Question: Can a non-Jewish person give a eulogy at a Jewish funeral?  D. D. Cranston   Dear D. D., Yes. Any person the family allows may give a eulogy. Questions are … more
JTA – A letter from Albert Einstein to a Chicago man thanking him for helping Jews to escape Nazi Germany has been made public by his daughter. Enid Bronstein has kept the letter penned … more
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