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I was born on the aptly named Verndale Avenue. My mother pushed the wicker carriage down the street into Roger Williams Park, where I stared at the statues, the stately trees, the ponds and the aviaries, the museums and the yellow brick botanical … more
Fall in New England brings an assortment of colors, cool crisp air and the smell of apple pie baking in the oven. Along with these, there is also a decrease in temperature, shorter days and increased darkness, both inside and out. These conditions, … more
PROVIDENCE – In recognition of National Memory Screening Day, EPOCH Assisted Living on the East Side and EPOCH Senior Living on Blackstone Boulevard will host free, confidential memory screenings on Tuesday, Nov. 19. more
BOSTON – Ambassador Yehuda Avner, author of the 2010 bestseller, “The Prime Ministers” and subject of Richard Trank’s new documentary, “The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers,” has a twinkle in his eye, a magnetic, on-camera presence, and … more
New York – We’re embarking on the season of giving and, if you’re a parent or grandparent, you know that a large part of that is gift giving. This year choose a Hanukkah present that your child will love and also creates a vibrant Jewish … more
In honor of its 250th anniversary, Touro Synagogue of Newport is proud to announce that there will be a re-dedication of the synagogue, on Sunday, December 1, the fourth day of Hanukkah. more
Starting in 1980, I would travel to Vermont to be with my sister and her family for Thanksgiving. The routine was to have turkey on Thursday and to go to a restaurant on Friday night. On one Thanksgiving, everything was uneventful until the Friday … more
PROVIDENCE – On Thursday, November 7, Dr. Joy Ladin, the first openly transgender employee of an Orthodox institution, discussed her newest book, “Through the Door of Life: A Jewish Journey Between Genders,” a National Jewish Book Award … more
PROVIDENCE – The recently published Pew Report describing the interests, affiliations and concerns of our American Jewish population has sparked nonstop debates, worries and concerns. I suspect I occupy a minority position, but I believe there is … more
(JNS.org) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly told U.S. senators to ignore Israeli thinking when it comes to Iran sanctions. Describing Kerry’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee on Wednesday, Kerry, a Senate aide told … more
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