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At the University of Rhode Island, there are many faculty members who support the idea of a full-fledged Judaic Studies program. Despite this, few Judaic Studies courses are taught each semester. “We want to ensure that these important areas of … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – When it’s held in Israel once every five years, the Jewish Federations of North America’s General Assembly aims to focus on challenges and opportunities facing the Jewish state. In large part, this year was no exception. more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem is on the brink of financial collapse, The Jewish Daily Forward reported.The hospital is facing a $300 million deficit, including $80 million accrued in the last year, according to the … more
Seasonal Affective Disorder (also called SAD) is a type of depression that regularly occurs in fall and winter and lifts in the spring and summer; if you experience SAD, you may find yourself feeling sluggish, unmotivated or “blue” as the fall … more
MILFORD, Mass. – Temple Beth Shalom of Milford, Mass., located on 55 Pine Street recently celebrated their centennial anniversary with 120 people in attendance Attendees were representing the current members as well as children and grandchildren … more
Susie Adler, activity programmer for Jewish Eldercare of R.I., a division of Jewish Seniors Agency, leads a Hanukkah party at the To Life Center Adult Day Services. The participants enjoyed latkes, games and the tradition of lighting the menorah. more
Providence’s Josh Breindel, now leading his congregation at Temple Anshe Amunim in Pittsfield, Mass., was recently interviewed by The Jewish Voice. Excerpts of that interview follow: Q. First, a little about your Rhode Island roots. Where did … more
Fishel Bresler plays Hanukkah music in the Miriam Hospital lobby on Dec. 2. The lunchtime concert was arranged by Lifespan Chaplain Rabbi Avraham Rosenthal. Employees, visitors and patients as well as Miriam President Arthur Sampson stopped by to … more
Once again, Synagogues throughout Rhode Island took time to honor their veterans during Shabbat services on Nov 8 or 9. Tamarisk Assisted Living held a ceremony on Veteran’s Day honoring those veterans who currently call Tamarisk home and those … more
PROVIDENCE – The phenomenon of “Thanksgivikkah” has come and gone but was not lost at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island on November 24 for Super Sunday. Rhode Island answered the call to help ensure a strong Jewish future. More … more
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