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Tuesday, Feb. 23 was a special day at Providence Hebrew Day School!  All the first-graders received their siddurim at a beautiful program that was again coordinated by Rabbi Avrhom … more
Israel is known for many things, including distilling drinkable water from the sea, but few know that Israel also distills whiskey. On March 11, Israeli Talia Garber will enlighten us with an Israeli … more
(JTA) – Yeshiva University’s men’s basketball team is riding a 35-game winning streak, picking up from last  season when the Maccabees reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA’s … more
Sacred writings have always been central to Judaism, giving us a rich and powerful tradition that has sustained us over many centuries. But as historical records, they often leave us with a narrow … more
An essay contest, “Love Where You Learn,” was held for National School Choice Week (last week in January). Essay entries were required to be one page, consisting of original content … more
Calling all writers! Are you between the ages of 8 and 13 (or in grades 3–8)? Are you creative? Do you love to write? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you can enter the … more
Henry Barnard School (HBS) is a newly independent school for children in pre-K through grade 5. With a 122-year history, the school was previously operated as a laboratory school under Rhode Island … more
“Enhancing Practice for Healthy Communities in Response to Societal Violence” is the theme of this year’s Julie Claire Gutterman Memorial Lecture, a half-day workshop for mental … more
Mira Awad, renown Israeli-Palestinian multifaceted artist and relentless activist for co-existence, will be speaking on March 14 via Zoom. Born in the village of Rameh in the Galilee to a Palestinian … more
Over a long career at the Providence Journal, I was honored to interview presidents and such icons as César Chavez, John Lewis and Elie Wiesel. But the most reportorial fun I ever had was … more
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