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When Theodore Lewis, the Dublin-born Orthodox rabbi who served as spiritual leader of Newport’s Touro Synagogue for 36 years, passed away in 2010, obituaries from Colorado to Rhode Island … more
Local author Hilary Salk at Books on the Square recently, with a good turnout for her discussion of her book, “Eavesdropping in Oberammergau,” a novel set in the German town that performs … more
At the annual Project Shoresh and Providence Kollel event, March 11 in Providence (left to right): Rabbi Naftali Karp, Rabbi Raphael Schochet, guest speaker Rabbi Moshe Hauer and Rabbi Noach Karp. more
When I meet someone in the Jewish community and we start to play “Jewish Geography,” I simply say I am May-Ronny Zeidman’s son. Everyone in the community knows her through her … more
JCC Association of North America and Keshet, the national LGBTQ Jewish nonprofit, have accepted 14 Jewish Community Centers from around the country to participate in the JCC Association-Keshet … more
On March 23, about 100 people, including seniors, participated in the annual model seder at Jewish Family Service’s Kosher Senior Café at Temple Sinai in Cranston.  more
 “Hello Gorgeous.” Do you remember these famous first words from a smash hit of yesteryear? They were uttered by Barbra Streisand 50 years ago in the film … more
Rhode Islanders of all ages gathered at the State House March 24 in support of the  March for our Lives. A few scenes are captured above. more
Jewish comedian, author and former IDF combat soldier Joel Chasnoff is bringing his comedy show “Israel – What’s the Story?” to the University of Rhode Island’s … more
Berlin-based jazz trumpeter, radio documentarian, installation artist and composer Paul Brody will perform and speak about his work with the Semer Ensemble’s project to discover, … more
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