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A rich tradition continued this fall when a medical team from Emek Medical Center in Israel visited The Miriam Hospital as part of a professional and cultural exchange program that began in … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – For the first time, Israelis said the main point of conflict in their society is between left and right and not between Jews and Arabs. That’s what an annual … more
JTA – A Facebook friend is looking for nominations for the Great Hanukkah Song. I’m not impressed by the candidates.   The classics – “Ma’oz Tzur (Rock of … more
The March of the Living has been so popular with teens that many adults have sought to attend an adult version of the program, which travels through Poland one week and in Israel the next. In … more
Betsey and I love traveling in Italy. In addition to major cities, we have been privileged to visit many smaller towns and out-of-the-way places. It’s difficult to say, however, what most … more
Beginning in January, “Krav Maga – The Art of Israeli Self-Defense” will be taught at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence. Classes will be … more
Bryant University Prof. Michael Bryant spoke about the influence of the Holocaust on the development of international law at this year’s Baxt Lecture, a program of the Sandra Bornstein … more
JTA – Kutz Camp, the Union for Reform Judaism summer camp for teen leaders and an incubator for modern spiritual Jewish folk music, is closing. URJ President Rabbi Rick Jacob made … more
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) – This is a story of gratitude. So much gratitude.   In 1983, my local rabbi handed me his guitar and taught me four chords. He said (paraphrasing the first … more
The annual Hope Street Stroll took place Dec. 2 despite the damp weather. Sponsored by the Hope Street Merchants Association, the event, this year from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., always attracts a crowd for … more
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