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I  remember playing basketball on the third floor of the JCC at the corner of Potters Avenue and (I think) Hamilton Street in South Providence. The ceiling was about 9 feet tall. … more
More than 29 years ago, my husband Rubin, my father and I were taking a ride through some part of southern Florida outside of Miami. We came to a red light and Rubin cut a man in a truck off. … more
Larry Parness, the treasurer of the Rhode Island Jewish Museum, which is housed in the Sons of Jacob Synagogue, was concerned about the synagogue’s roof. He and the contractors went to the … more
A rabid bobcat messed with the wrong granny in Hart County, GA. The Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC] says that when the animal attacked 67-year-old DeDe Phillips recently she fought … more
School’s out for the summer and you can bet that there will be kids setting up their lemonade stands all across the country. You can also bet on hearing and reading stories of how some … more
BY NAOMI FINK COTRONE You already know that the best way to be healthy is to stay healthy. Then why is that so hard to do? Exercise plays a huge role in the successful achievement of this … more
“To find a cure … to fight back … for friends and survivors … to honor survivors … in memory of loved ones … for those who can’t … more
Summertime, And the livin’ is easy; Fish are jumpin,’ And the cotton is high … –  The first stanza from ‘Summertime’ from ‘Porgy and … more
This year’s Providence Hebrew Day School Academic Fair was all about safety. The annual event took place on June 12 and was held in partnership with the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode … more
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