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As with so many other organizations in the Rhode Island Jewish community, Jewish Collaborative Services (JCS) closed their building this week. But they haven’t stopped offering services to the community. more
The appearance of COVID-19 in Rhode Island has rapidly brought a lot of changes to the Jewish community. Between working from home and following social distancing precautions, opportunities for group interaction have been greatly reduced. more
On April 29, Bryant University Hillel and Bryant University Council on Jewish Life and Culture will host a visit from Eitan D. Hersh, Ph.D., author of “Politics is for Power” and … more
Each January, Ken Schneider from Rumford, travels to Israel to volunteer on a military base as part of Volunteers for Israel, an organization that places people from all over the world at Israel … more
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been cancelled. Organizers hope to schedule it at a later date. more
The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center welcomes the Doctors of Music to the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center Social Hall on Sunday, March 22, at 2 p.m. for a fun, … more
BY LARRY KATZ I never heard of hummus when I was growing up in Virginia. If asked, I would have thought you were talking about humus, the decaying plant and leaf litter part of dirt. Now, … more
On Sunday, March 29, the associates of the Claire T. Carney Library at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will host their 14th annual authors’ brunch.  Among the authors … more
The Bunny Fain Gallery at Temple Habonim is celebrating the art of printmaking with its newest show.  From March 8 to April 30, the gallery will feature a number of accomplished artists who … more
QUESTION:  Why do we stand for the mourner’s Kaddish?  B. K., Providence   Dear B.K.,  In traditional congregations, only the mourners stand during the … more
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