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On June 26 at 7 p.m., the East Providence Library and a number of community groups will be co-sponsoring the film “Muslim Zionist.” The community groups, coming together as the Rhode … more
On June 7, the Embassy of Israel in Washington D.C. commemorated the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. To mark this historic occasion, the Embassy celebrated with an event on … more
It’s well known that people enjoy numerous benefits from having pets beyond basic companionship. More studies and data show that pets help lower blood pressure and cholesterol and overall … more
Everyone should take care of their health and, as Jews, we are expressly urged to do so. As the Rambam said, “Since maintaining a healthy and sound body is among the ways of God – for one … more
For most children and teen-agers, the start of summer break means three months of sleeping in late, trips to the beach, summer vacations, camps and other activities there just weren’t time for … more
STATEPOINT – The summer can really take a toll on skin, when more of it is exposed to sun, bugs and poisonous plants. To keep skin cool, comfortable and irritation-free no matter what … more
The Women’s Alliance Endowment Fund held its annual meeting on May 23 to determine this year’s grant recipients. As they do every year, the WAEF members in attendance had some difficult … more
Temple Sinai in Cranston is seeking new members. To attract them, the congregation is offering a chance for people to get to know the congregation without dues for the rest of 2017. The … more
RAMAT HASHARON, Israel (JTA) – An Israeli soldier clapped football great and Vietnam War veteran Roger Staubach on the shoulder at a soccer field here, telling the 1963 Heisman Trophy winner … more
JTA – David Lubell was honored for his work creating welcoming communities for immigrants and refugees with the 2017 Charles Bronfman Prize. Lubell, of Decatur, Georgia, is the founder and … more
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