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An award-winning chef and an Israeli model/actress, an Israeli settler rabbi and a Palestinian refugee, a Bible scholar and a comedian, a magazine editor and a European activist are all among the presenters at this year’s Evenings of Jewish Renaissance. The program has been reimagined for the times in which we are living and will take place mostly over Zoom, Sunday through Tuesday, Nov. 14 to 16. more
Arts Emanu-El and the Temple Emanu-El Providence Jewish Film Festival will present two documentaries about Italy during World War II, “Holy Silence” and “Syndrome K,” in … more
Nancy Cooperstein Charney, born, raised and schooled in Fall River, is an award-winning movie and theater director/producer. Cooperstein Charney, 81, is married to actor Jordan Charney. The couple … more
Shterna Goldbloom’s photographic artwork builds bridges between two worlds that seem to have a sizable distance between them: queer identity and Hasidic Jewish identity. Goldbloom, of … more
(JTA) – Season 3 of the hit haredi Orthodox drama series “Shtisel” will debut on Netflix on March 25, Israel’s Yes Studios announced Tuesday. The first two seasons of the … more
“Golda’s Balcony,” William Gibson’s Tony award-winning one-woman play, will be presented on Zoom as part of the Lifelong Learning Collaborative’s special presentation … more
Arts Emanu-El and the Temple Emanu-El Providence Jewish Film Festival will present the film “The Keeper” from March 11 until March 15. The award-winning film is based on the incredible … more
“Golda’s Balcony,” William Gibson’s Tony award-winning one-woman play, will be presented on Zoom as part of the Lifelong Learning Collaborative’s special presentation series … more
PROVIDENCE – The new Temple Emanu-El Providence Jewish Film Festival will show its second film, “Shared Legacies,” about the bond that grew between Blacks and Jews during the civil … more
(JTA) — There’s no sugarcoating it: 2020 was a difficult, trying, tragic year. But just because COVID-19 dominated the headlines and our personal lives, that doesn’t mean there weren’t any Jewish bright spots. Plenty of history was made, from a march of tens of thousands against anti-Semitism to a new kind of vaccine that Jewish doctors helped create, to a Jewish vice-presidential spouse. Here are some of the Jewish stories that helped distract us from the pain of the past year. more
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