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Nebraska has a new campaign to attract tourists. It boasts print ads with headlines such as “Lucky for you there’s nothing to do here.” Yet another ad brags that the state is … more
EAST PROVIDENCE – Pianist, composer and filmmaker Judith Lynn Stillman, who lives on the East Side of Providence and is the artist-in-residence and a professor of music at Rhode Island … more
Rhode Islanders who want to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease are invited to attend a free educational program on Wednesday, November 7 at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode … more
QUESTION: What sort of makeup is used by undertakers? On the deceased, I mean, not their own personal beauty regimen. Does it tend to stay on unlike on a living person who sweats it off? How long … more
It was Fat Bear Week at Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Beadnose was the people’s choice for this year’s fattest bear competition, reports the Association of Mature … more
Keith Stokes will speak at the annual fall meeting of Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association Sunday Nov. 4 2-4 p.m. in the Baxt Social Hall at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community … more
JTA – Ten Jewish-American baseball players will become dual Israeli citizens partly to help the country’s team make the 2020 Olympics. Some of the players, who visited Israel’s … more
Hagar and Sarah were front and center, as women in the Jewish community gathered in the Baxt Social Hall at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center on Oct. 23 for the fall Rosh Hodesh … more
In preparing for my recent visit to Ireland to learn about Jewish life there, I came across a March 2012 program produced by Dublin City University’s School of Communication and Inter Faith … more
 Voting is an important obligation for every citizen of the United States. If you are registered to vote, you should get out and vote on Nov. 6. In most Rhode Island cities and towns, the … more
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