| By JointMedia News Service (JNS.org) |
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 16:49|
As borders become more faint, and online dating services more prevalent, many of us are pushed out of our respective ethnic bubbles and into the arms of a special someone from a different background.
| By Nancy Kirsch
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 16:47|
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Islanders are blessed with an abundance of great restaurants with a wide variety of price-points and cuisines. Even so, there are times when making a batch of soup is a nurturing, albeit occasionally time-consuming, labor of love. In these cold, dark days of winter, why not try one of these recipes?
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 15:35|
Harper Rose BellBIRTH – Dr. Jed and Beth (Rosenfeld) Bell of Pickerington, Ohio, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Harper Rose, born July 25, 2012. Harper is the granddaughter of Dr. Stewart and Linda Rosenfeld of Warwick and Mark and Sandra Bell of Roslyn, N.Y.
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 15:34|
Dr. Barry ZeltzerPROMOTION – Dr. Barry Zeltzer, a clinical gerontologist and licensed nursing home and assisted living administrator, has been named chief executive officer of Newport’s James L. Maher Center, which offers services for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Zeltzer holds an undergraduate degree in business administration and psychology from Roger Williams University, an MBA from Bryant and a Ph.D. from Union Institute.
He resides in Barrington with his wife Karen and two children, Jessica and Zachary.
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 15:33|
From left, Rabbi Dovid Spetner, Rosh Kollel; Rabbi Eliezer Gibber, dean of NERC and Rabbi Meir Minster, Rosh Kollel. SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE – Rabbi Eliezer Gibber, dean of the New England Rabbinical School in Providence, center, was a scholar-in-residence during the Dec. 21-22 weekend in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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