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According to Benjamin Franklin, two of his parables were taken “from an ancient Jewish tradition.” One of these parables is “Abraham and the Stranger” – sometimes called … more
JTA – Looking through the barbed wire of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, 14-year-old Nanette Konig could barely recognize her friend and classmate from Amsterdam, Anne … more
The talented artists who participate in the Print Workshops at the Providence Art Club will fill The Bunny Fain Gallery at Temple Habonim with a multitude of techniques, which stretch the … more
Jews are everywhere – and, as we learn twice a month, so is The Jewish Voice.  Even if we didn’t bring The Voice to far-off destinations, the chances … more
Over the past few months, fifth-graders at the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island, in Providence, have studied slavery and brick-making as they learned about the first chapters of Exodus, … more
Rhode Island senior citizens who want a hot Kosher lunch will soon be able to get one in Providence five days a week. The Kosher Senior Café in Providence, operated by Jewish Family Service … more
Yom ha-Shoah is the day we honor and remember the victims, survivors and heroes of the Holocaust. This year’s community commemoration, held on April 23 at Temple Emanu-El, Providence, like the … more
BARRINGTON – On a Sunday in March, Temple Habonim honored local artist Barnet ‘Bunny’ Fain by showcasing his art and naming its gallery in his honor. The gathering to make the … more
Doing good in R.I. [Photo gallery]
On April 2, the Rhode Island Jewish community hosted a series of good deeds (mitzvot) throughout the state as part of the global movement known as Good Deeds Day. Participants cleaned up, recycled, … more
On Feb. 1, 15 teachers from Beijing #80, a top-ranked high school in the heart of China’s capital city, arrived in New England to learn more about how the STEAM (Science, Technology, … more
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