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NARRAGANSETT – Congregation Beth David and South County Hebrew School will present The Edwards Twins, a nationally known entertainment act, at the Theater in Pier Village, Narragansett on Thursday, Aug. 1, at 6:30 p.m. more
BARRINGTON – As part of the “Time for Me” adult education program at Temple Habonim, three films, which offer different perspectives of Jewish life, will be shown on select Sunday evenings in July and August. more
PROVIDENCE – “You buying?” So asked Aron Lieb, a Holocaust survivor, to Susan Kushner Resnick’s invitation to have coffee together one day. more
PROVIDENCE – Providence Hebrew Day School paid tribute to three individuals at its annual Amudim Dinner. more
FALL RIVER, Mass. – Temple Beth El will host a “meet and greet” brunch on Sunday, July 21, to introduce the synagogue’s new spiritual leaders, Rabbi Mark Elber and Cantor Shoshanah Brown, to our community. The husband-and-wife team is coming … more
PROVIDENCE – With a focus this year on science, Providence Hebrew Day School’s annual academic fair included projects from students in kindergarten through eighth grade. more
Pawtucket Rep. Elaine A. Coderre said “yes” last year to then Senator Rhoda E. Perry, when she sought a House sponsor of S 2734.  Perry’s legislative proposal would have amended the state’s existing Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) … more
NARRAGANSETT – Judaism is a new passion of mine, one that has existed since I first attended Alexander Muss High School in Israel two years ago. more
PROVIDENCE – My first Father’s Day without a father will be empty. I still mourn the April 6 loss of him, his voice, his smile and his being. Those tangibles are gone forever, so I will try to fill my void with thoughts of his lessons, gifts and … more
RUMFORD  – I have learned this year that the first of everything is very hard. I am told it will get better, but will it? more
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