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(JTA) BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – The Israeli company SodaStream will begin operating in Argentina as a first step toward selling its products throughout Latin America. The sparkling … more
Scott Fried, an award-winning speaker, author and health educator, spoke at the University of Rhode Island on Dec. 1, World AIDS Day, at three events sponsored by URI Hillel and the URI Gender and … more
Growing up in Pawtucket near Blackstone Boulevard and Hope Street was wonderful.  We would ride our bicycles down “the boulevard,” turn onto Elmgrove Avenue and continue to … more
What started as a humble Jewish ritual for a small group of senior residents turned into a party – one that tugged at the heartstrings in surprising ways.   When Naomi Fink Cotrone … more
David Charak Adelman was a well-known Providence lawyer. The law was his vocation, the history of the Jews in Rhode Island his avocation. It was his dream to found an organization for the proper … more
JTA – Poland’s government pledged $28 million to restore the Warsaw Jewish cemetery, making the preservation project one of the largest of its kind in European history. Deputy Prime … more
JTA – Israeli philanthropist Morris Kahn has made a $1 million gift to the Genesis Prize Foundation in honor of 2018 laureate Natalie Portman. Kahn’s gift doubles the award for the … more
We were a merry, well-heated band at Touro Synagogue on Dec. 2. Our minyan arrived early with its core of regulars, supplemented by Navy personnel and visitors from New York and Newton, … more
The Rhode Island Jewish Museum, in collaboration with West Bay Chabad, hosted a two-day Hanukkah Pop Up Store and Open House during the last week of November.     Volunteers … more
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