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On Jan. 5, the Double Chai Society started the year off with cocktails and conversation at 1149 Restaurant in East Greenwich. Chaired by Bethany and Rich Sutton, the Double Chai Society is a giving … more
Jews have lived in what is now the Czech Republic for more than 1,000 years, and over that time a rich Jewish culture developed. It was centered in Prague and spread throughout the region. But after … more
“Mekonen: The Journey of an African Jew” is a new mini-documentary that will be screened on Jan. 11, at the Dwares JCC, beginning at 7 p.m. An Ethiopian-Israeli will lead a discussion of … more
Temple Torat Yisrael and yoga instructor Jeannine Margolis welcome all to “Jewish Yoga” classes at the East Greenwich synagogue Tuesday evenings at 6.   Margolis says people … more
The Talmud teaches us to “… sustain the non-Jewish poor with the Jewish poor, visit the non-Jewish sick with the Jewish sick, and bury the non-Jewish dead with the Jewish dead … more
Brown University alum Allie Wollner ’10 returned to campus the week of Nov. 28 to lead students in a series of creative writing workshops centered on a Jewish theme. This was the second … more
It’s time for the annual show in the Gallery at Temple Habonim, featuring Plein Air artists. This show, which opens Jan. 8 and runs through March 2, features works by members of the summer … more
Hanukkah on Hope Street [Photo gallery]
December is definitely one of the busiest times of the year, which is the best reason to grab a few friends and have a fun night out!  On Dec. 15 from 6–9 p.m., J Marcel, Evolve … more
What’s the difference between these terms? A menorah is a candelabrum with seven or nine branches or holders for light; it is often associated with the seven-branched menorah that was in the … more
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