Annual vigil

Faith leaders renew poverty fight

Saturday, January 12

On the 55th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” speech, leaders from around Rhode Island gathered Jan. 8 at the State House in Providence to call on …
Editor's column

Today, we turn the page

Welcome to a collector’s item — the first issue of Jewish Rhode Island! We have a new look and a different name, but we’re still the Voice of Greater Rhode Island’s …

Out with the old, in with the new

Eight splendid points of light

Your Voice, better than ever

Roots forged in steel

A milestone and a goal


Barbara J. Block, 76

Saturday, January 12

Patricia Coken, 87

Saturday, January 12

Arline Greenberg, 81

Saturday, January 12

Carol Rotkin 96

Saturday, January 12

Phyllis J. Silverstein, 84

Saturday, January 12

Joyce Willner, 93

Saturday, January 12

Community Q&A

Rabbi Adam Lavitt is all about spiritual wellness, social justice

Thursday, January 10

As part of Jewish Rhode Island’s ongoing effort to introduce community leaders, Rabbi Adam Lavitt agreed to answer a few questions. Favorite Jewish food? I’d have to say …
Health and Wellness

Make your New Year’s resolutions stick

Thursday, January 10

Every year on Jan. 1, people all around the world vow to change their life through what we call New Year’s resolutions. Whether we resolve to eat healthier, go to the gym, lose weight, get that degree, or something else, most of us fail at these attempts to change within a few short months — sometimes even weeks or days.So, what can we do to change our physical and/or mental health to make our resolutions stick?

The cost of denial

When my wife, Sandy, and I sat down this past fall to view the 2011 Israeli film “The Flat” (“Hadirah”) on Netflix, we had no idea that we were about to see a documentary …

The Guide to Jewish Life, 2017-18 issue

Southern New England's only comprehensive directory of Jewish services, business and leadership.

Looking Back

Timely appearance of brown siddur

Thursday, January 10

The article scheduled for the Nov. 9 issue of The Jewish Voice was an homage to three men who served in World War I, designed to coincide with Veterans Day. Then came the tragedy at Tree of Life …


Thanks for the memories of Providence

Thursday, January 10

  I just want to commend and thank May-Ronny Zeidman for her articles, especially when she writes about her past and brings back so many wonderful memories we can all associate with. This …

Better photos?

Thursday, January 10

As a reader of The Jewish Voice, I waited until Hanukkah was over, and decided to respond to an article that was written in your Nov. 23, 2018, edition (“Guest speaker dishes on food …


Three steps to a healthier you

Starting a diet or diving headfirst into a workout plan may be the first steps to enhancing your personal health, but once you’ve started down the path to better fitness and nutrition, …