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EAST GREENWICH – Fifty women gathered at the beautiful new home of Temple Torat Yisrael in East Greenwich to hear Rabbi Amy Levin’s Rosh Hodesh presentation. Many in the audience had never visited the synagogue’s new facility, which opened … more
BOSTON – For
one with an insatiable movie appetite, the Boston
Jewish Film
Festival is manna
from heaven. This
year marks BJFF’s 25th anniversary –
a milestone for any film festival, let alone a niche one. more
On Wednesday, October 2, Bernice Schweber received a Volunteer of the Year Award during Child & Family’s 147th Annual Meeting. Lansdale Patterson, the Director of Volunteer and Internship Program at the center, presented the award to Schweber. … more
NEW YORK, N.Y – The Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) announced on Oct. 17 that Providence resident Mike Abrams has been awarded its Ellen Glesby Cohen Leadership Award. LRF is the nation’s largest non-profit organization devoted exclusively to … more
Bernice Stone waited 40 years to become a bat mitzvah, but it was worth the wait. On Oct. 5, 2013, she chanted her Torah portion at Temple Beth-El in Providence. Growing up Orthodox, Stone didn’t think that Orthodox girls could become a bat … more
With all the news on high-stakes testing and the implementation of Common Core standards, it’s easy to miss another education movement building up steam. As experts have long recognized, students learn better when they work on self-directed … more
PROVIDENCE – A new program to support the caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia has been launched at Jewish Family Service of Rhode Island. The respite program is designed to provide caregivers a time away … more
If Matisyahu’s promoters were to claim that there’s no other performer like him, no one could dispute their statement. Part hip-hop artist, part jazz scat singer, part hazzan vocalist, Matisyahu composes dance music reminiscent of Bob … more
PROVIDENCE – When it comes to delicious food, the only thing better than talking about it is eating it. On Monday, Nov. 4, at 11 a.m., you’ll get to do both at an open meeting of the Miriam Hospital Women’s Association. Join Chef Walter … more
Dr. Joy Ladin, the first openly transgender employee of an Orthodox Jewish Institution, will be the guest of The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. On Nov. 7, she will discuss the latest of her seven books. more
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