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  Journalists, authors and a fashion blogger will be among the speakers at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s “Evening of Jewish Renaissance,” which returns on Nov. 17 after a three-year hiatus. more
QUESTION: What happens to unclaimed bodies? Is there really a paupers’ graveyard?  R.J. Atlanta, Georgia   Dear R.J., I did some research. To the best of my understanding, … more
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) – The president of Ecuador praised his country’s Jewish community on the 80th anniversary of its founding. Several Jewish and non-Jewish officials attended the … more
On Oct. 14, the downstairs sanctuary of the Rhode Island Jewish Museum was standing room only for the lecture delivered by Shai Afsai, a Providence author.  Afsai spoke about Benjamin … more
BY LARRY KATZ Nadav Tamir, formerly Israeli’s consul general to New England, will be in Rhode Island on Nov. 14 to discuss “Peres Legacy and Vision of Peace and Innovation – … more
This year, the Jewish Alliance wants to bring joy to children and is asking for the community’s participation. You can help in two different ways: BUY A GIFT OR A GIFT CARD for the … more
PROVIDENCE – On Nov. 4, Batya Feigenbaum inspired women attending the Tichyeh Schochet Memorial Conference for Jewish Women with her keynote address about how she rises above immense … more
Back in my younger days, if I had gone to any Jewish gathering and asked people of any age if they or their family had any connection to HIAS, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the answer almost … more
AARP grants you membership at age 50. You can file for Social Security benefits as early as age 62. The average grandparent is age 64.   If you’ve hit some or all of these … more
WARWICK – Since its opening in 2003, the Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence has become well known for filling a need in the Jewish community and beyond. However, its … more
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