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EAST GREENWICH – Temple Torat Yisrael’s Cohen School students participated in a spirited Passover Plagues Relay Race on March 25 to help them remember the 10 Passover … more
The classic 1967 film “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” explored what was then the taboo subject of interracial dating and marriages. Now, 51 years later, a new play by Rhode … more
What is an aspect of Israel that few tourists see? Most tours focus on history, religion or geo-politics. The Jewish Alliance’s Israel Mission in October will focus on cultural and … more
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse visited the Jewish Community Day School of RI during the Kabbalat Shabbat assembly on April 13. During his time with JCDSRI students, he answered questions and talked about … more
Local teens participating in the March of the Living are photographed on the day of the 3K walk from Auschwitz to Birkenau. The educational experience, from April 8-22, included a week in Poland and a week in Israel. more
The main sanctuary in Providence’s Temple Emanu-El was full on April 11 – full of people and full of the sounds of old friends and acquaintances greeting each other. Then a hush … more
TEANECK, N.J. (JTA) – Mordechai Schachter didn’t know he would soon be a soldier when he traveled from his native Romania to prestate Israel in 1948. He was a 17-year-old with a … more
Question: What is the difference between a eulogy, an elegy and an epitaph? I know all three terms are funeral-related somehow.  A.B.  New Bedford   Dear A.B., That is … more
Post-Pesach, many of us crave chametz and carbs. What’s better than delicious pizza to satisfy that craving? Why not satisfy that craving and help Jewish Collaborative Services (JCS) at the … more
The Rhode Island Holocaust-Genocide Education Committee is sponsoring a Holocaust and Genocide Education Expo at the  Warwick Mall’s Center Court on April 8, in recognition of April … more
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