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On Sept. 10, 200 people including current parents, past presidents, grandparents, alumni families, community supporters and faculty and staff gathered at the Casino at Roger Williams Park to … more
My life’s journey has enabled me to travel to eastern Europe, where my grandparents and father were born From 2015 to 2019 , I made annual trips to Ukraine, where I visited the birthplaces … more
On Aug. 30, the first day of school at Providence Hebrew Day School, PHDS parents, teachers and students had an opportunity to meet the new members of the school community as well as catch up with … more
Since the early 1900s , many Boy Scouts have spent part of their summer at Camp Yawgoog, in Hopkinton, R.I. Yawgoog – formally the Yawgoog Scout Reservation – is run by the Narragansett … more
NEWPORT – On Aug. 20, two historic letters were read aloud at Touro Synagogue, marking the 76th anniversary of this moving community ceremony. During each of these years, the audience has … more
A representative of Rhode Island’s Jewish community was in the visitor’s gallery on July 19, when Israeli President Isaac Herzog addressed the U.S. Congress. Harris Chorney, chair of … more
PROVIDENCE – Rachel Cohn became the director of youth education and engagement at Temple Emanu-El a year ago. As she enters her second year at the temple, she is excited about major additions … more
In May, I was granted the gift of taking a Birthright trip to the homeland of Israel. The 40 people in my Birthright group were other students from the University of Rhode Island, as well as … more
This story starts on a dark and stormy afternoon – and at first I thought it would end with a sinking feeling and a “glug.” It began as I was backing out of my driveway in … more
Growing up in the suburbs of New York City, my family would frequently vacation in the foothills of the Catskills Mountains, an area commonly referred to as the Borscht Belt. An hour’s … more
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