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On a Sunday afternoon in March, volunteers at Congregation Beth David in Narragansett gathered on to sew fabric bags for children in foster care. The bags, which were sewn and stuffed on March 26, … more
NARRAGANSETT – Congregation Beth David hosted an interfaith Kabbalat Shabbat service on April 21 with members of the South County Clergy Association and congregants from its participating … more
Celebrate Israel @ 75 by enjoying activities for all ages, including live music and other entertainment, local craft and art vendors, family activities and food for all tastebuds and … more
In 1984, a special seder in Providence, hosted by what we then called the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, drew more than 200 people. The idea: to bring Jewish and African American … more
My maternal grandfather was born in Cincinnati on Feb. 22, 1893, so his name was George Washington Rosenthal. You can probably figure out when his cousin, Benjamin Franklin Rosenthal, was … more

Who doesn’t enjoy playing in the dirt? Everyone, both young and old, can have fun gardening while helping the ecosystem by planting native and chemical-free plants.

At the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island plant sale on May 7 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., local farmers and growers will be selling plants native to our area as well as chemical-free plants.

PROVIDENCE – The Jewish community marked the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising as part of its annual community Yom Ha’Shoah commemoration. The evening event on April 17, the 40th in Rhode Island for Yom Ha’Shoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, coincided with the anniversary of the uprising which began on April 19 ... more

The Women's Alliance hosts its first post-COVID in-person event on Thursday, May 11, at 7 p.m. in the Social Hall at the Alliance's Dwares Jewish Community Center, in Providence.  

Guest and New York Times best-selling author Meg Waite Clayton will discuss her 2021 novel, "The Postmistress of Paris," a story of love, courage and high-stakes danger about a young American heiress who helps artists hunted by the Nazis escape war-torn Europe.

WARWICK – At The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence, the game of mahjong is helping form connections between generations.  Every Wednesday, Florence Katz, 100, teaches her daughters, daughter-in-law and friends the popular game. more
If a conversation ever gets dull, just bring up the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Tempers will flare. The very mention of this 75-year stalemate will cause immediate emotional fallout, and some relationships may never recover. But playwright Sandra Laub, 66, does want to bring it up. more
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