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As more people receive COVID-19 vaccinations and return to in-person gatherings in Rhode Island, synagogues are addressing the question of how to expand their services. Jewish Rhode Island reached … more
Project Shoresh recently raised almost $170,000 though a matching community campaign to jumpstart expansion, bringing four new couples to live in Providence and learn and grow with the organization. … more
PROVIDENCE – On April 29, the Rhode Island-Israel Collaborative (RIIC) and the Rhode Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the R.I. Latino Biz Web Design Project, which … more
Many Rhode Islanders vaguely know that Or Cohen was an Israeli naval officer before she became the community’s shlichah, or Israeli emissary. During the pandemic, over a dozen Jewish … more
The happiest event in Jewish life is a wedding, the moment when two worlds/two families become one. I flew back to Israel last month for my sister’s wedding celebrations. It … more
PROVIDENCE – With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island provides free meals to … more
Guests of the JCS Kosher Senior Cafe at the Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence and the JCS Kosher Senior meal site at Temple Sinai in Cranston met together for Friday lunch on May 7 in the … more
We now have a cease-fire in the recent war between Israel and Hamas. This was a violent and horrific conflict that presented an existential threat to Israel. The Israel Defense Forces’ … more
After a Trump rally on Jan. 6, Robert Keith Packer was among the thousands of rioters who swarmed the U.S. Capitol. He sported an unkempt beard and a black hoodie emblazoned with the words … more
Our apologies to Teddy Hurlich and mom Rachel of East Greenwich for leaving him out of our May pet edition. Next year, Teddy can be on view with all the other pets. more
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