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Business people and professionals are invited to meet at Sprout CoWorking on Wednesday morning, March 25, for the first in a series called Network Nation, using our community connections and … more
“The Challenges and Joys of Aging: How Older Adults Can Thrive in Difficult Times”  was the topic of a talk given by Prof. Deborah Carr as part of The Miriam Hospital … more
The Temple Habonim Board of Trustees recently announced that Rabbi Howard Voss-Altman has been selected to serve as the Barrington congregation’s next rabbi, starting July 1. Rabbi … more
The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center and the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island are asking the public to provide the names of Holocaust survivors as they prepare for the second … more
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been cancelled. Organizers hope to reschedule it at a later date with a similar program. more
At the end of January, Rabbi Sarah Mack of Temple Beth-El, in Providence, traveled to Guatemala as part of the Global Justice Fellowship run by American Jewish World Service (AJWS). There, she … more
Imagine that you bought a new home for your family. Moving day comes, with all of its attendant excitement and anxiety. You bring in and set up all of your things to make this house … more
(StatePoint) – Taking steps to boost curb appeal makes good sense for any homeowner. Not only does it help make a great first impression on guests and neighbors, but certain updates can … more
CRANSTON – For many years, Temple Sinai has had a biblical garden, featuring plants, trees vegetables and flowers mentioned in the Bible. Started by Catherine Walter, the plantings were … more
PAWTUCKET – Several times a week, in the lead-up to Passover, volunteers gather in the kitchen at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church to bake matzah. Most are members of the Jewish community, … more
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