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At graduation on June 14, fifth-graders and their families stood under the huppah they made in kindergarten at the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island in Providence. Above, some of the fifth … more
GRADUATING GIRLS sitting (left to right) are Leah Schwartz, Gittel Golden, Leah Zimmerman, Rivkah Taitelbaum. They will be attending the New England Academy of Torah next year. more
When the 60 or so Jews who summered in Narragansett began to gather for Shabbat services at the home of Charles and Sarah Koffler, they couldn’t imagine that over time their devotion would … more
Temple Sinai in Cranston believes that if people give membership a try, they will like it. So the congregation is offering a free membership for six months from July 2019 to the end of … more
This summer, Temple Emanu-El is going out into the community with its Emanu-El on the Rhode series. A full calendar of events is planned all over Rhode Island, with something for … more
It’s never a bad time to pick up a book, but summer might be the best time; that’s why  “summer reading” lists are so popular.   We’re pleased to do … more
Pawtucket Red Sox President Dr. Charles Steinberg has a message for PawSox fans who have been agonizing over the loss of the team to Worcester: he feels your pain.   “I … more
When I first moved to Rhode Island, I was fascinated – this small state has so much to offer, along with some unique quirks (party pizza, clear chowder, the accent … and I still don’t know where the old Almacs used to be!) more
The first moon landing was a singular moment in history, and one that brought the country and world together, if only for a fleeting moment. If you were alive on July 20, 1969, you almost certainly … more
In the early 1990s, composer John Zorn began to ask, “What is Jewish music? What is its future?” Those questions gave rise to the Radical Jewish Culture movement, whose goal is to explore what Jewish music can be. more
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