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The Voice asked Rabbi Avi Goldstein of Chabad at the University of Rhode Island to give us a little background information, and here’s what he wrote: “I am a native Rhode Islander, … more
MONTREAL – We are in the celebrated Schwartz’s Charcuterie Hebraique de Montréal, or Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen, renowned for its smoked meat sandwiches. You will love this … more
Situated on the banks of the Providence Riverwalk between the World War I and World War II memorials, the Rhode Island Holocaust Memorial serves a dual purpose: it honors the 6 million Jews who … more
  JTA – For North American Jews, the Jewish year 5778 began with tensions between Israel and the Diaspora over egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall and ended with more tension over a … more
The best fencers in the nation flocked to America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis, Missouri, June 28 to July 7 to compete in the 10-day USA National Championships, arguably the … more
Ever since the first summer Camp JORI sent counselors-in-training to Israel, I have been desperate to go. Year by year, my Camp JORI friends and I watched videos of Israel and imagined ourselves … more
The Providence Civic Orchestra of Senior Citizens entertained guests at the Alliance’s Dwares JCC Kosher Senior Café recently. more
Jordan Harpel is the new assistant director of Camp JORI, Ricky Kodner announced this week to Camp JORI friends and families. Harpel is 24 years old and a Rhode Island native. He is a … more
Anesthesiologist Fred Rotenberg, M.D. has received the 2018 Riesman Family Excellence in Teaching Award, which recognizes a Miriam Hospital physician who teaches at The Warren Alpert Medical … more
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