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SOUTH KINGSTOWN –  Camp JORI concluded another successful summer on Aug. 12. But JORI’s camping season did not end there. Camp JORI joined forces with Brown University and Camp … more
This is the first article in a series leading up to the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht. This is the 80th year since the Nazi pogrom (Kristallnacht) of Nov. 9-10, 1938, in Germany and … more
Shabbat by the beach is not uncommon in the Rhode Island Jewish community. Temple Habonim in Barrington holds services at Barrington Beach several times throughout the summer. These photos … more
It was the fall of 2008 when my parents asked me if I had any interest in going on the “March of The Living.” My mother, a career Jewish professional and my father who studied in … more
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) – An ancient Torah scroll once owned by a Brazilian emperor had been removed from Brazil’s National Museum for restoration prior to the massive fire that engulfed … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – Some 2,000 people planning to travel from Israel to the Jewish pilgrimage site in Uman, Ukraine, for Rosh Hashanah were swindled out of about $1.3 million. Three people … more
Touro Fraternal Association has awarded $27,000 in financial aid to seven students who are pursuing higher education degrees, including grants to three students.  After a rigorous … more
The Rhode Island Jewish Museum continues its mission to protect, preserve and reimagine the historic artifact at 24 Douglas Ave. Open Houses have been ongoing in 2017 and 2018. At each … more
BY ROSE MURRIN Q:          This time of year, I find myself more stressed than usual. Is this common? Are there coping strategies I should be … more
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