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PROVIDENCE – “Caravan,” a musical band of energetic Israeli scouts brought Israeli culture, music and dance and messages of peace to the greater Rhode Island Jewish community earlier this month. more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Secretary of State John Kerry and National Security Adviser Susan Rice briefed Jewish leaders on Palestinian-Israeli peace talks. more
(JTA) – The parents of a 13-year-old boy are suing their Massachusetts school district for ignoring verbal and physical attacks on their son by other students for being Jewish. more
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (JTA) – Rabbi Sergio Bergman won the most votes in the midterm congressional primary elections in Argentina, his first national test for a seat in parliament. more
PROVIDENCE – The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island JCC Early Childhood Center has received a $15,000 Program Quality Improvement Grant for its commitment to quality early childhood care and education. more
PROVIDENCE – Can we be fit in our 60s and sexy in our 70s and beyond?  Is dementia inevitable? Can we maintain a healthy mind as we age?  What are “advanced directives” and “palliative care” and other health care terms? What are the … more
PROVIDENCE – I was privileged to attend the recent viewing of “Putzel,” an independent film produced by a talented duo: Rick Moore and Jason Chaet. more
Nathan Japhet, 23, a resident of Pawtucket, is making aliyah (moving to Israel). His Aug. 12 flight to Israel includes 125 young adults, who will join the Israel Defense Forces, and 41 families, according to Nefesh B’Nefesh’s press statement. … more
PROVIDENCE – Many of the synagogues and congregations offer passes to High Holy Day services, thanks to a partnership – for the second consecutive year – between the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island and area synagogues. more
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. – The New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home is hosting a fundraiser, “Hats Off to the Races,” to enhance programs and services for the home’s residents. The event, on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m., will … more
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