An homage to my recalcitrant Swedish heroes

Friday, September 7, 2018

I’d been planning this project for many a season – a poetic pilgrimage, a mission impossible – to visit the graves of two heroic Scandinavian figures who left no legacy in ash …
d'Var Torah

Tu b’Shevat is more than fruits and nuts

Tu b’Shevat, which begins on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 20, is a small gem of a Jewish holiday, coming as it does in midwinter, when there is not much else to celebrate. Many know it …

We are Israel when we devote ourselves to God

Building a mini-Temple for Hanukkah

Realizing the power of light in a time of darkness

Editor's column

Today, we turn the page

Welcome to a collector’s item — the first issue of Jewish Rhode Island! We have a new look and a different name, but we’re still the Voice of Greater Rhode Island’s …

Out with the old, in with the new

Eight splendid points of light

Your Voice, better than ever

Roots forged in steel

Opinion

Different paths to mourning and repentance

As is well-known among those familiar with Israel, the country has a unique way of mourning. On Holocaust Remembrance Day and Israel’s Memorial Day, sirens sound throughout the country. For …

Rabbi James Rosenberg

The cost of denial

Thursday, January 10

‘The Earth is the Lord’s’

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Honor thy father

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Jewish immigrants of New York through the eyes of our photographers

Thursday, November 22, 2018

‘Cruel, only to be kind’

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Letters to the editor

Thanks for the memories of Providence

Thursday, January 10

  I just want to commend and thank May-Ronny Zeidman for her articles, especially when she writes about her past and brings back so many wonderful memories we can all associate with. This …

Better photos?

Thursday, January 10

As a reader of The Jewish Voice, I waited until Hanukkah was over, and decided to respond to an article that was written in your Nov. 23, 2018, edition (“Guest speaker dishes on food …

From the archives

In remembrance of Armistice Day

This column was originally supposed to run Nov. 9 but was replaced by a time-sensitive  column on HIAS in Rhode Island. Back when I was in elementary …

The story of a once vibrant community and its synagogue

‘The Orange Lady’

A tale of two tailors