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As Passover approaches, I often get asked how families can best accommodate an aging loved one at the seder table. I’ve learned to read between the lines; different people mean different things … more
(Kveller via JTA) – Recently, my son’s elementary school hosted its winter band and choral concert. While waiting for the fifth- and sixth-grade musicians to finish tuning their … more
This is not my story. A woman told me the following story after a recent meeting. When she finished, I was taken with the very good side of humanity. Jeanette was the activities director at a … more
  Jewish Eldercare of Rhode Island (JERI) is a program of the Jewish Seniors Agency that brings Jewish traditions, values and Yiddishkeit to our seniors who live in nursing homes and … more
When we hear the name Eli Bohnen, many people in the community fondly recall the long-serving rabbi of Temple Emanu-El. They remember a gentle and compassionate man who was considered a … more
During Shakespeare’s time, there was quite a bit of animosity toward strangers, Jews, Muslims and individuals with dark skin. Most Elizabethans unfurled blind hostility toward anyone who … more
East Bay’s congressional delegation – Sen. Jack Reed, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Rep. David Cicilline – comes to Temple Habonim for a conversation on Sunday, March … more
The March/April show in the Bunny Fain Gallery at Temple Habonim features three very different creative approaches. The show opens with a wine and cheese reception on Sunday, March 11 from 1 to 3 … more
Establishing a Donor Advised Fund with the Jewish Federation Foundation is a wonderful way to build a tradition of family philanthropy.    A Donor Advised Fund, or DAF, is a … more
Rabbi Lazer Brody, of Israel’s Yeshiva Chut Shel Chesed and Breslev Israel, will speak at Congregation Beth Sholom, in Providence, on March 7 about the power of faith and gratitude – … more
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