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HIGHLAND PARK, N.J. (JTA) – Over the past few weeks, strangers have begun stopping high school computer science teacher Chaim Cohen on the street. A few accuse him of recording them without their knowledge. Even fewer blame him for all of … more
JERUSALEM – Mariusz Robert Aoflko, a 64-year-old Jewish attorney in Krakow, grew up thinking he was a Polish Catholic. more
PROVIDENCE – A collection of works by some of our community’s youngest artists – children ages 3, 4 and 5 who attend the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s Early Childhood Center is on display at gallery (401) at the Alliance. The … more
WARWICK – “Honor thy father and thy mother” was the theme at the Jewish Seniors Agency’s annual meeting; the Fifth Commandment has been the focus of the agency’s mission for more than a century. more
PROVIDENCE – Life can be a marathon – and sometimes that can be a good thing.  Just ask Lauren Friedman, 28, who competes in half-marathons across the country. more
Widespread protests in Turkey are threatening the decade-long rule of Islamist Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, raising questions over his ambitions to transform his country. more
WARWICK – To some people, Memorial Day means the beach, barbecues and the unofficial start of summer.  To many others, however, Memorial Day has another meaning – it is a time to honor those who gave of themselves for their country. more
PROVIDENCE – At Temple Beth-El’s Sisterhood’s 100th anniversary celebration, which included an annual meeting and installation of new officers and board members, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras lauded the “organization that … has … more
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