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As a Jew, going home may carry special meanings. On my first visit to Israel, in 1978, I quite easily remember my guide’s first words when I arrived at Ben Gurion Airport. “Welcome … more
How should we pay for our synagogues?  This ongoing challenge is getting renewed interest as many traditional congregations struggle with debt and an aging membership. In this context, … more
Rabbi Naftali Karp, who took over Project Shoresh five years ago, and Rabbi Raphie Schochet, who came to Rhode Island in 2004 to start the Providence Community Kollel, discussed the groups’ … more
BOSTON (JTA) – Sixteen years after moving into a gleaming, light-filled new structure full of promise and pride of place, Hebrew College is selling the distinctive … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Rashida Tlaib, the Democratic nominee in a surefire congressional district comprising parts of Detroit, believes in a one-state solution to the … more
NEWPORT – On a beautiful, sunny day in August,  more than 200 women gathered for Hadassah Rhode Island’s eighth annual fundraising authors’ luncheon: Books on the Beach. … more
Could your genes help end Alzheimer’s disease? Butler Hospital’s Memory and Aging Program is hosting a community program for those who want to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease … more
The value of reflection is often lost in today’s fast-paced society. In conjunction with Reboot, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is offering the 10Q project, a new way for people of … more
One year after merging, two groups that offer diverse programming and resources for Rhode Island’s  Jewish community will next month formalize that union, their leaders … more
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