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Baby Boomers are quickly reaching traditional retirement age at the same time that Rhode Island, as is the nation, faces severe budget constraints, conflicting priorities and a sharp increase in demand for services for those who are over 65. The … more
PROVIDENCE – Karen Kessler, who is appearing in the Community Players’ “Fiddler on the Roof,” enjoys a challenge. She met John, her husband of 23 years, at an ex-boyfriend’s wedding. She has two bachelor’s degrees and an MBA – and … more
Grants are available to all high school, college and graduate students who are Rhode Island residents planning to study in Israel in a recognized study and travel program. The Rhode Island Jewish community supports an Israel experience as an … more
Once a month, during the school year, we partner with a grade from the Religious School at Temple Beth-El and make cheese sandwiches, trail mix and cut veggies for Crossroads RI.  Each month we have a different grade from Pre-K to 6th with … more
PROVIDENCE – On Sept. 18, The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence celebrated 10 years of premier assisted living, offering elders of our community traditional assisted living as well as memory support. Tamarisk held a special … more
Editor’s note: see related story on Tamarisk’s tenth anniversary on above. Tuesday, Oct. 22, 6.30 p.m. – “The Lover, The Lunatic, The Poet”  – Shakespeare’s greatest hits, featuring Richard Clark. Don’t miss this … more
CRANSTON – Fourteen Rhode Island young men and women have been selected to share a total of $45,000 in educational financial aid made available by Touro Fraternal Association, the largest independent Jewish fraternal order in New England. more
PROVIDENCE – “Open your hand to the poor and needy Kinsman in your land” (Devarim 15:11).  The Louis and Goldie Chester Full Plate Kosher Food Pantry, a program of Jewish Seniors Agency of Rhode Island did just that; it opened its hands to … more
PROVIDENCE – They came to my RISD “Bible as Art” class. Ovadiah (Agbai) and Pinchas (Ogbukaa), guests from the Ibo people of Nigeria, hosted on this visit by Israeli Emissary, Matan Graff, photographed by RISD alumna Ilene Perlman, and … more
On Sunday, Sept. 22, Shai Afsai, master’s degree candidate in library and information studies at the University of Rhode Island, received the Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association’s Horvitz Award.  He won a $500 prize and his article will … more
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