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NEW YORK (JTA) It’s always difficult to whittle down the list of influential Jews who died in a given year, but this year the task seemed to be especially tough. The number of Jews who left historic marks on their fields – and, more broadly, on Jewish culture – was remarkable. more
JTA – Anti-Semitic flyers with swastika-like symbols were discovered on the campus of Cornell University in upstate New York. The posters, which read “Just say no to Jewish … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – The Israeli political scene has always been one of stark contrasts between the two most iconic, if not always most successful, parties: dovish Labor vs. hawkish Likud. While … more
The November/December 2017 show in the Bunny Fain Gallery at Temple Habonim features three talented artists who view our surroundings with a heightened awareness. The show opens with a wine and … more
Normally, about 50 Jewish families, or about 250 individuals, make their home in the Ukrainian city of Uman. Prior to Rosh Hashanah, however, this number explodes as some 30,000 Jewish men and boys … more
In 2007, Judy Seplowin had an idea. The cantor of Temple Beth-El in Providence noticed the growing popularity of instrumental bands in religious services. Instead of voices accompanied by piano or … more
On Nov. 18, the Board of Rabbis of Greater Rhode Island is hosting a tasty evening of local foods and study for the Rhode Island community. “Saturday Night Flavor” will feature … more
More than 60 people attended “Noshing Around Rhode Island,” a lecture sponsored by The Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association and the Rhode Island Historical Society on Oct. 17 at … more
Children enrolled in the David C. Isenberg Family Early Childhood Center and the Eides Family J-Space afterschool program were visited during Sukkot by PJ Library author Laya Steinberg, who shared … more
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