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STATEPOINT – For a happier, healthier you, take some time to clean and clear your body and mind. Here are five great ways to give yourself a mid-year refresh. 1. Rise and shine. Waking up … more
Motherhood.  I am not sure I was fully prepared for the experience. I remember being initially enthralled with the idea of loving my new bundle of joy. And then, moments after first cuddling my … more
In 2009, my son Jeffrey asked if I would knit him an afghan.  After I gave him the afghan, he sent me a beautiful note. Last summer after purchasing a summer home, he asked if I … more
In honor of the Jewish Voice’s Mother’s Day issue, we spoke with an Israeli mother to find out how Mother’s Day is celebrated in Israel, as well as what it’s like to raise a … more
The David C. Isenberg Family Early Childhood Center at the Alliance’s Dwares JCC participated in the Week of the Young Child, an annual event hosted by the National Association for the … more
Anyone interested in meeting someone who is very hot in New York literary circles will want to attend a bagel brunch with author Boris Fishman on May 17 in Providence. Fishman will … more
Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz serves as the director of Spiritual Care at The Miriam Hospital in Providence. A member of the National Association of Jewish Chaplains, Rabbi Meyerowitz takes great pride in … more
To welcome in the Hebrew month of Nisan, women across the Jewish community gathered for the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s bi-annual Rosh Hodesh program, held on April 4. This … more
JTA – Anti-Semitic incidents in the United States soared 86 percent in the first three months of 2017 after rising by more than one-third in 2016, according to the Anti-Defamation … more
According to Benjamin Franklin, two of his parables were taken “from an ancient Jewish tradition.” One of these parables is “Abraham and the Stranger” – sometimes called … more
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