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FAMILY FEATURES – If a home makeover is on your horizon, it’s the perfect time to take note of design trends that may help shape your project. Today’s hottest looks leave plenty of … more
STATEPOINT – You may not realize it, but the average residential property can be hazardous to local wildlife without proper precautions. An estimated 98 million birds are killed annually in … more
In the Biblical Garden at Temple Sinai in Cranston, religious school students will soon sow three ancient cereal grains that are native to the Near East and were first domesticated by farming … more
(My Jewish Learning via JTA) –  Passover requires a great deal of preparation, especially if you are making your home Kosher for Passover.   These 10 tips will help you organize … more
(Kveller via JTA) – If your Passover Seder is anything like mine, it can resemble the world’s most difficult classroom: different ages, ranging from 3 to 93, and varying levels of … more
The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center’s Art and Writing Contest is one of its longest running and most creatively inspiring programs. As Executive Director May-Ronny Zeidman said, … more
BY  LOS ANGELES (JTA) – What kind of leadership style works best for a Seder? During a period when we are experiencing a shake-up in national leadership, you may want to re-examine the … more
Hadassah Rhode Island will hold its fourth annual “A Cause for Applause” fundraiser on Sunday, May 7, at the Ocean State Theater, in Warwick. The proceeds from this production of … more
On Jan. 27, more than 240 faculty, students and community members joined the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island for its annual Kabbalat Shabbat service and dinner at Temple Emanu-El, in … more
The Joanne Forman Film Festival presents three Sundays of films each year, with moderated  discussions and refreshments at Temple Beth-El in Providence.  This year’s theme is … more
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