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This essay was first published on Kveller Jewish kids and Christmas: For some parents, this combination can seem like a proverbial minefield of challenges presented to us each winter. The … more
BY SARAH GREENLEAF Hanukkah gift-giving can run the gamut from “I know just what they want” to “How did I get Uncle David’s name again?” But you can find a … more
By Sara Robbin On Sept. 30 , I had the honor of celebrating my son’s bar mitzvah. I relished every second of sharing this Jewish milestone with my family and friends and … more
Mazel tov to Mike Fink, one of my dearest friends and one of this newspaper’s columnists, who is about to turn 90. Mike probably doesn’t remember, but we met about 35 years ago, … more
If anyone has seriously debated what to do with their career, it’s Lindsay Kuhn. The 43-year-old entrepreneur takes an interest in everything, and she has found success as a student, teacher, … more
PROVIDENCE – The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center presented the powerful documentary, “Here We Live Again,” as part of this year’s program commemorating … more
WASHINGTON – Rhode Islanders were among the roughly 290,000 people who streamed into Washington on Tuesday by rail, by air, by car and by bus for the March for Israel. more
WASHINGTON (JTA) — When it sends a contingent to the mass pro-Israel rally in Washington, D.C. next week, Americans for Peace Now will be standing alongside a group led by someone it accused of … more
Everyone is welcome to join the R.I. chapter of Hadassah for a walk with a tour guide at Old Slater Mill in Pawtucket where the American Industrial Revolution began. The program is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 12. Meet at 12 in the parking area with the tour beginning at 12:30. To register, got to more
PROVIDENCE – On Saturday, Nov. 4,  at the Dwares Jewish Community Center, “The Evening of Jewish Renaissance,” drew a crowd of over 200  people to learn and  … more
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