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I had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Sam Zerin recently to discuss the St. Petersburg Society for Jewish Folk Music. It is a fascinating topic. Since Temple Emanu-El has a … more
Fun with Challah [Photo gallery]
The Great Rhode Island Challah Bake is an annual event for women and girls in Rhode Island. This year, close to 200 gathered Oct. 30 at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in … more
A recent study by the Department of Veterans Affairs found that the number of American veterans who commit suicide each day has decreased to 20, from 22  – a small improvement, but a step … more
Abe Wasserberger, the Jewish Agency For Israel’s vice president for Israel and global philanthropy, recently made a presentation to the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island on JAFI programs … more
“A tsunami of Alzheimer’s” is occurring across the world today, Dr. Stephen Salloway told the audience packed into the Sopkin Auditorium during The Miriam Hospital Women’s … more
In my book “Pathfinding,” I write, “Our heritage holds the key to the historical us, but it also helps define the present us and even the future us. Recognizing and understanding … more
(StatePoint) While getting vaccinated is important for people of all ages, it’s especially important for adults with heart disease. They are more likely to have serious complications from … more
If Anna and Leonid Gershman hadn’t decided to escape anti-Semitism and seek a better life by leaving the Soviet Union nearly 30 years ago, their son might not have become the up-and-coming … more
During your working years, you probably set aside money for retirement in an IRA, 401(k), and other workplace savings plans, as well as in taxable accounts. Your challenge during retirement … more
Special Hanukkah items in a historical setting? What could be better? Tired of the same old things from the chain stores?  Break out of the box (store) and come see what else there is!  The … more
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