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On May 12, the staff of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, together with staff of HG80, were able to provide 115 lunches to show  gratitude to the incredible team at The Miriam … more
On May 8, 200 local children received Kosher Grab-and-Go breakfasts and lunches from Ahava Catering, located at Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence, through a program of the Providence Parks … more
The Emergency Relief and Recovery Campaign has raised close to $200,000 (as of press time) to benefit members of the community who find themselves in need of assistance in these challenging … more
The Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island is excited to join together again after Passover break. The faculty and staff continue to work in partnership with parents and caregivers to provide … more
When Rabbi Andrew Klein announced his retirement from Temple Habonim 18 months ago, June 2020 seemed a long way away. Now, with his retirement looming, he’s looking forward to the next chapter in his life after 13 years of leading the Barrington congregation. The last few months on the job have been quite different than Klein had imagined. more
Having your furkid as a co-worker can be an added bonus when you’re working from home. Working with your pet can be very therapeutic – helping you to better cope with the daily … more
Jewish Rhode Island asked Dr. Jane Linden, a veterinarian and the owner of the Providence River Animal Hospital, about the effects of the pandemic and stay-at-home orders on pets. Here is some of our … more
Our furry companions are here when we need them, and we do love them. We are happy to brag about them. When we put out the last-minute call for our annual pet issue, you delivered with favorite … more
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, animal shelters around the world have seen significant increases in people fostering and adopting pets. Those who had previously considered fostering an … more
Whether you refer to the actions described in this column as tikkun olam, tzedakah or a mitzvah is irrelevant. What does matter is that the people involved in the art exhibit that is the focal point … more
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