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Several community members will be honored at Providence Hebrew Day School’s 72nd annual awards dinner on June 16 at the Dwares Jewish Community Center.   Jeffrey Savit, a … more
You’ve spent decades in the working world, and now the question must be asked: When is the right time for you to retire? It’s a decision that requires careful consideration and a … more
On two occasions I was privileged to chat with I.M. Pei, the dean of American architects who died May 16 at the age of 102.  The first, on March 12, 1988, occurred on the threshold of a … more
There was a huppah, a ketubbah, and the hora. But, this wasn’t your typical wedding – this was a merger of two historic community social service organizations: … more
As of May 19, Rebelle Artisan Bagels started to produce Kosher bagels on an ongoing basis. Rebelle’s owner, Milena Pagan, partnered with Rabbi Barry Dolinger and Lighthouse Kosher in order … more
PROVIDENCE – It was standing-room only at the program “Anti-Semitism: A Community Conversation,” held on May 30 at the Dwares Jewish Community Center. … more
PROVIDENCE – There’s a unique food resource in the Rhode Island Jewish community. The Louis & Goldie Chester Full Plate Kosher Food Pantry, now celebrating its 10th anniversary, … more
On April 28, The Outreach Program was held at Temple Beth-El. Participants packaged 40,000 meals that were distributed to Rhode Island agencies and food pantries.    In addition, $9,800 was raised thanks for generous donations. This was very close to the goal of $10,000.  more
Once upon a time not too long ago, Providence was a bagel desert. The options were sparse and dry, and, well, kind of pathetic: frozen hockey pucks of bagels in the supermarket’s frozen … more
J-Camp at the Dwares JCC, a program of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for Children. This program is designed primarily … more
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