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Did you know that Rhode Island has the highest number of cost-burdened households in New England? According to federal and state standards, a household spending more than 30 percent of its income … more
In May, I sat down with Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner to discuss the student debt crisis in Rhode Island. Here is some of that interview. Jason Siperstein: Can you give me some … more
“The Weight of Ink,” by Rachel Kadish, is the first book of 2019-2020 for the “Not Your Average Book Club” at the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center … more
Neal Drobnis, coordinator of kosher nutrition, recently celebrated 10 years with the Kosher Senior Cafés. He received kudos from visitors and café participants and cake was served at … more
The Rhode Island Holocaust Memorial, nestled on the banks of the Providence River, has a dual purpose. It stands in honor to, and as a reminder of, the 6 million Jews who were murdered at the … more
Wonder what some of our younger community members are doing this summer? Many of them are at camp. There are many fun options in Rhode Island, and photographer Glenn Osmundson recently visited two of … more
JTA – The Manischewitz Co. will sell all of its kosher food business to Kenover Marketing Corp., the companies announced. The companies “have reached an understanding for a … more
The Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF), now in its 23rd year, will take place in venues across Rhode Island from Aug. 6-11, 2019. The festival has become a leading … more
Today Rebecca Kislak runs Kislak Consulting, a company that provides policy advice and strategic planning to healthcare, non-profit and government agencies. In November 2018, she was elected to … more
JTA – Bipartisan legislation was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives July 30 that will prioritize health care and nutrition services for Holocaust survivors. The bill, the … more
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