Nancy Kirsch
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My father was a complicated man. A prideful member of Mensa (a nonprofit organization whose members score at the 98th percentile or higher on a standardized IQ test), his intellect was of little use in social interactions. more
In my penultimate column in the Aug. 30 issue of The Jewish Voice, “No longer an observer, a participant once again,” I expressed my heartfelt appreciation for the privilege of serving the greater Rhode Island Jewish community as its … more
Oof! That’s tight! Just let me loosen my belt buckle a bit.) Ah. Now, I feel better. After 10 days of a steady diet of pasta, prosecco and gelato, it’s little wonder that I’ve gained so much weight that my buttons don’t quite button and … more
Reclaiming my life … After five years of happily observing, recording, interviewing and photographing  people, places and things for The Jewish Voice, I am going to start participating! more
PROVIDENCE – Forty-seven … that is the number of states I’ve visited. The number on that counter hasn’t moved in more than a decade. more
Gratitude. Sometimes when we’re caught up in the day-to-day demands of work, parenting and family life, gratitude goes by the wayside. Given that, I decided to put pen to paper to identify some “gratitude-provoking” aspects of my professional … more