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The annual Dor L’Dor Society event was held on March 3 and featured a virtual tour of the exhibition “Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art,” by The Jewish Museum, … more
Lawrence Hopfenberg cared deeply about family and community. His daughter, Bobby Morgenstern, recalls that when she was growing up, there were meetings at their house in Providence at least four … more
A shuk, an Israeli outdoor market, will be held at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s celebration of Yom HaAtzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, on May 5. Outdoor markets can … more
Jack Elice, 17, who attends the Moses Brown School, in Providence, was elected as the international s’gan (international vice president of programming) during the BBYO International Convention … more
CRANSTON – Jewish men aged 18 and older are invited to attend an open house, hosted by Touro Fraternal Association, on Wednesday, April 27, at 6:30 p.m. at Touro Hall, 45 Rolfe Square, … more
“From the depths of pain sprung the fountains of love (Miriam Peretz, 2019)”. This year’s memorial program for Yom HaZikaron (Israel’s Memorial Day) will take place via … more
L’dor v’dor, the Jewish principle of passing on cultural values, rituals, traditions and history to the next generation, is embodied in the father-and-daughter team of Ronald Markoff and … more
In the latest action in the long-running dispute over control of the historic Touro Synagogue, both sides were in District Court in Newport on March 28. Jeshuat Israel, the congregation that … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Security officials are reporting a spate of bomb threats targeting Jewish institutions in a number of states. The threats came into Jewish community centers around the … more
Mark Binder still remembers the first “Chelm” story he ever published. The year was 1991, and Binder was the editor of the Jewish Herald newspaper. “It was a Wednesday,” … more
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