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NEW YORK (JTA) – The book is large and fits comfortably on a lap. The color photographs nearly fill each page. Each image depicts real people doing everyday Jewish things … more
New England Academy of Torah’s annual production took place recently and according to all reports, “Dare to Trust” was a major success. The acting, singing, dancing were … more
Our Jewish values are borderless. The guiding principles that inform the work of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island are the same values that we prioritize in our support overseas. The … more
Memory and art have been bound together since cave dwellers first drew primitive bison and horses on cave walls. From those prehistoric moments until today, artists’ pictures and … more
The New England Academy of Torah (NEAT) Mock Trial team recently beat the team from Portsmouth High School in the Rhode Island state playoffs. After winning two trials out of three on their way to … more
When Georgia Hunter was 15, one of her teacher at the Moses Brown School, Ransom Griffin, assigned her class a family “I-Search” project.   Hunter chose to interview her … more
“Dancing on a Powder Keg: The Intimate Voice of a Young Mother and Author, Her Letters Composed in the Lengthening Shadow of Hitler’s Third Reich; Her Poems from the Theresienstadt … more
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 16, Providence Hebrew Day School students participated in the National Geographic Bee for the first time. This is a national competition, sponsored by the National … more
On Jan. 5, the Double Chai Society started the year off with cocktails and conversation at 1149 Restaurant in East Greenwich. Chaired by Bethany and Rich Sutton, the Double Chai Society is a giving … more
Jews have lived in what is now the Czech Republic for more than 1,000 years, and over that time a rich Jewish culture developed. It was centered in Prague and spread throughout the region. But after … more
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