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“There will be peace in the Middle East before you [Jewish Family Services] and the Jewish Seniors Agency merge,” said James Galkin, at Jewish Collaborative Services’ (JCS) … more
Are you passionate about Jewish pride? Israel? Zionism? Do you love writing? Interested in exploring how Jewish history relates to you and to the future? The My Herzl Youth Essay competition, … more
On Nov. 18, retired State Police Lt. Col. Joseph Philbin spoke to 35 residents of the Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence in Warwick. He described his trip to Israel for the Law … more
It will be an afternoon featuring the arts on Jan. 5 at Temple Habonim in Barrington. At 1 p.m., there will be a wine and cheese reception where you can meet the artists exhibiting at the next … more
JANUARY   The Voice turns a new page The Jewish Voice became Jewish Rhode Island. The modernized newspaper features an updated format and a brand-new electronic newsletter. This was … more
Cranston playwright Kevin Olson turned his longtime interest in the plight of Soviet Jewry into two plays that shed light on the topic by focusing on a family’s struggles in the former … more
Although many of us enjoy the period between Thanksgiving and the New Year as one of feasting and celebration, it’s also a time when some members of our community struggle to feed themselves … more
When I was a little girl growing up in Providence, my bubbe told me stories about her mother leaving Russia in 1905 and finding a better life in America. Throughout my bubbe’s life, … more
Volume II of the Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association’s Notes from June 1956 contains a list of Jewish communal organizations and Jewish-owned businesses chartered by the state of … more
Rabbi [Rachel] Zerin’s wonderful recounting of the Noah story (D’var Torah, November 2019) points to a need for hope amid our anxieties over “climate change, political turmoil . … more
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