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Summer camps are fairly sophisticated these days, with a wide array of choices to meet just about everyone’s tastes and needs. That’s good news for today’s families, and … more
PROVIDENCE – In celebration of Tu b’Shevat, the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community center will host an environmental fair on Feb. 13 featuring a variety of activities for both … more
“From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere!” Dr. Seuss   Summer camp is often a child’s first truly independent … more
(401)j, a group of dynamic Jews ages 20s to mid-40s who are dedicated to building a thriving Jewish collaboration in the 401 area code, has announced the creation of a scholarship for Summer J-Camp … more
It has been six weeks since the fifth-graders at the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island returned from their milestone three days in the Teva – Shomrei Adamah overnight program. The … more
What’s the future of Judaism? Will Orthodoxy in its various forms continue to grow and eventually dominate?  Will the liberal movements (Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform, … more
“Women Repair the World” was the theme of the International Lion of Judah Conference held Jan. 13-15, which celebrated women’s philanthropy. Ten women from the Jewish Alliance of … more
Rabbi James Rosenberg’s recent column (“The cost of denial,” January 2019) was wonderfully insightful about how an Israeli film, “The Flat,” pertains to us. He … more
SYDNEY (JTA) – Australian Jewish philanthropist Pauline Gandel received the country’s top honor, the Companion of the Order of Australia, which was given to her husband, John, in … more
Cranston Senior Guild’s next  meeting is Wednesday, March 6 at 1 p.m. at The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residences, 3 Shalom Drive, Warwick. After a short meeting,  … more
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