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BY EMANUEL C. PERLMAN Rabbi Joel H. Zaiman was the standard bearer for excellence. Every decision he made as a rabbi was reflected through the prism of the highest pedagogical foundations … more
Whenever the stock market takes a negative turn, investors begin to wonder if the worst is yet to come. But panic-fueled selling in reaction to a down market can erase years of solid investment … more
Happy students arrive at Providence Hebrew Day School on Elmgrove Avenue on Sept. 3, for the first day of school. PHDS, with its highest enrollment in 20 years, welcomed students from three … more
Approximately 70 years ago, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Shneerson, instituted a program for young rabbinic students to visit Jewish communities in an effort to raise Jewish awareness … more
NEWPORT – Rain or shine, it’s always a pleasant afternoon at Hadassah’s annual Books on the Beach author luncheon and fundraiser. This year was no exception. The weather … more
JTA – The Israel-based humanitarian group IsraAID, B’nai B’rith International and Chabad are among those pitching in to help the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian’s … more
This fall, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is undertaking a community strategic-planning process to help it develop goals and strategies for the next three years. It will replace the … more
For its annual fundraiser, the Bristol Holocaust and Genocide Center is proud to bring the Connecticut Lyric Opera Company to Bristol Community College’s Fall River campus on Oct. 13 for a … more
Cranston Senior Guild’s next meeting is Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 1 p.m. at Tamarisk Assisted Living, 3 Shalom Drive, Warwick. After a short meeting, The Lucille Bernabe Trio will entertain with … more
NEWPORT – On Aug. 18, a packed audience in Touro Synagogue heard two historic letters read aloud, marking the 72nd anniversary of the moving community ceremony. The audience listened with … more
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