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PROVIDENCE – Thanks to legislation signed by Governor Lincoln Chafee, the State of Rhode Island is prohibited from conducting business or contracting with a company that conducts business with Iran. In addition, the legislation – 2013-H 5620A … more
NEWPORT – Rabbi Dr. Marc Mandel, senior rabbi at Touro Synagogue, announced that Touro Synagogue is hosting a special summer series of guest lecturers at the synagogue’s Kiddush luncheons each Shabbat. T more
PROVIDENCE – Do you observe the High Holy Days as a blended family or multi-generational family all living together? Have you celebrated Rosh Hashanah at the beach admiring a fiery sunset, marveling at the strength in your lungs and back as you … more
NEWPORT – Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan’s keynote address will highlight the 66th annual reading of George Washington’s historic letter, “To the Hebrew Congregation in Newport.” more
PROVIDENCE – Are you searching for something new and different for a lazy summer evening? An energetic band of Israeli Scouts, “Caravan,” will arrive at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, bringing Israeli culture, music and … more
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. ­ – You don’t usually expect to find logic puzzles and Judaism in the same sentence, but, really, what could be more appropriate? Jewish law is a history of applying logical analysis to our sacred texts to extract their … more
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. –  JCamp 180, a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, announced recently that Camp JORI is the recipient of a Chai Match 2 challenge grant.  The challenge grant allows Camp JORI to receive up to $18,000 in matching … more
WAITSFIELD, Vt. – I did not know what to expect when I walked down to the Old City of Jerusalem in time for the 7 a.m. Rosh Hodesh (new moon/new month) service on May 10. I had no trouble finding my way through the Old City as I was surrounded by … more
COVENTRY – Sheila Gold began making wine as a hobby, one that her son Andrew hoped would comfort her several years after the death of her husband, Dr. Benson Gold in 1996.  That sense of comfort and warmth still informs all of the activities at … more
PAWTUCKET – I have a friend who will not travel because of bedbugs. We’d say she’s meshugga (crazy), yet her fear has made me a little crazy, too. more
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