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Telephone scams have risen sharply in the last several years, largely due to the widespread adoption of cellular phones. First Orion, a company specializing in call-blocking technology, reports … more
“If you lend money to My people, to the poor among you, do not act toward them as a creditor; exact no interest from them.” – Exodus 22:25  Two Hebrew free loan … more
Set in Brooklyn, New York, the documentary “93 Queen” tells the story of a no-nonsense female Hasidic lawyer who is determined to create the first all-female ambulance corps in New York … more
Debbie Flitman, of Jewish Collaborative Services, loads her van with bags of food bound for TSA workers impacted by the recent government shut down. JCS staff filled bags to help on Jan. 24. more
The Women’s Alliance Endowment Fund is seeking grant proposals for the upcoming fiscal year for programs and services that will provide a longtime benefit to Jewish women and … more
What do you get when you mix 29 people (ages 10 to 80-ish) with three Israelis, a megabus, a few camels, a lot of hummus, five jeeps, and put them in one of the world’s most extraordinary … more
Given the current climate of hate and the unsettling bickering we learn about nightly on both the local and national news, there was no better place to be on the morning of Jan. 21 than at Rhodes … more
Studies show that reading to a child starts a lifelong love of books and literature. And reading books with a Jewish theme can engage a child in Jewish life while fostering Jewish learning. The PJ … more
Grants and scholarships for travel in Israel are available to members of the greater Rhode Island community. The generosity of several local families allows many high school, college and graduate … more
I have been extraordinarily fortunate to be involved in camping in one way or another for the past 25 years. From the age of 4 to 15, I grew up as a camper at a local Jewish overnight camp. In the … more
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