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Over the course of 40 years, the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island has had a number of different names and graduated more than 500 students. Currently, five local alumni have chosen to … more
Jeffrey Padwa will be recognized with the Extraordinary Leadership Award by the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies on March 31 at its 2019 annual conference in Atlanta for his exceptional … more
JTA – Another $464 million has been paid out to victims of Bernie Madoff’s $19 billion Ponzi scheme, bringing the total distributions in the case to more than $12 billion. The new … more
We all know that we need an emergency cash reserve for life’s “what-if” events, such as job loss, car repair or illness. However, the idea of setting aside money for something … more
Andrew A. Liss is celebrating his first-year anniversary with Strategies for Wealth New England. Prior to joining Strategies for Wealth, he spent many years as  a chef in the Providence area and … more
Hadassah Rhode Island installed its executive board for 2019 during a meeting at The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence, in Warwick, on Feb. 3. The board will be led by … more
PROVIDENCE – To commemorate four decades of interfaith work by Rabbi Wayne Franklin, Temple Emanu-El will host a special event on April 7 on the importance of continuing this dialogue in … more
Adler’s Hardware has been a Providence fixture since 1919, when it was opened on Wickenden Street by Romanian immigrant Fred Adler. The store originally sold work clothes and World War I … more
Director Jon Kean examines the question “What happens after surviving an unspeakable horror?” in the post-Holocaust documentary “After Auschwitz,” which will be shown at … more
Over the past few years, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland’s small Jewish community, now numbering about 3,000, has become the focus of outsized literary attention. There has … more
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