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JTA – Next week’s summit meeting between President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Finland recasts the Scandinavian nation in a role it had not occupied in … more
JTA – Jewish tourists from North America are likely to notice one big difference when visiting synagogues around the world. Though a plethora of symbols, such as stars of David and menorahs, may be … more
 I can’t believe it really is time to say le’hitraot (not goodbye, just see you soon).   Two years ago, I left everything I knew behind to embark on a journey to an … more
The surname of the latest Israeli doctor to come to The Miriam Hospital on fellowship may sound familiar, since it’s quite famous – Rothschild.   Dr. Shelly Rothschild is, … more
With your permission, allow me to recall a day in early June of 1990 when I was similarly honored by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  Yes, that was before most of you graduates were … more
PROVIDENCE – More than 300 people listened to a conversation between renowned chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov and Rabbi Sarah Mack on May 2 in the Victor and Gussie Baxt Social Hall … more
Jeff Sock and Dennis Morrell were in Jaffa April 19 for Yom ha-Atzmaut. more
J Street held its 10th Anniversary Conference in Washington, D.C., from April 14-17th. Judy Kaye and I, co-chairs of J Street Rhode Island, joined over 3,000 conference attendees, including 1,200 … more
 On May 16, the Moses Brown School and Temple Torat Yisrael will host a free screening of the 2016 documentary “The Last Laugh,” directed by Ferne Pearlstein. The film, which premiered nationally on PBS’s “Independent Lens” in April 2017, poses a provocative question: “Are we allowed to joke about the Holocaust?” I recently spoke with Pearlstein about the film and what it contributes to Holocaust education. more
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