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Growing up as an observant Jew in Providence, I attended the Providence Hebrew Day School, where my father, of blessed memory, taught in the lower grades. I had him as my teacher in … more
The Fred, Gertrude and Henry Regensteiner Family Trust recently awarded a $350,000 grant to the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center to be used exclusively for the growth and maintenance of … more
PROVIDENCE – Leaders of two of the largest news organizations in Rhode Island shared some insights about what goes into reporting the news at the first Tribe Talk, held Dec. 10 at the … more
On Monday, Dec. 18, children in Alliance’s Eides Family J-Space After School Program  and David C. Isenberg Family Early Childhood Center, as well as community families, gathered at … more
Plein Air artists take center stage at the Bunny Fain Gallery at Temple Habonim in January and February. These members of the summer Lifelong Learning Collaborative Plein Air class meet Wednesday … more
Ten years ago, a group of 29 faith leaders and advocacy organizations in Rhode Island got together and formed the Rhode Island Interfaith Coalition to Reduce Poverty.   The coalition, part … more
What does Hanukkah mean to you?   This year, we asked that question of our youngest readers, and they responded with their artistic creativity. The re-envisioned Jewish Voice Hanukkah … more
Join Alan Rosenberg, executive editor of the Providence Journal, and Elisabeth Harrison, news director of Rhode Island Public Radio, as they talk about racism, terrorism and free speech in the media at the first Tribe Talk, sponsored by The Jewish Voice and the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. 10:30-noon. more
It’s a catch-22: You feel that you should focus on paying down debt, but you also want to save for retirement. It may be comforting to know you’re not alone.  According to an … more
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