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Camp has many benefits for children. And J-Camp at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence is no exception. We asked director Jim Rawl to give us his take on why you should … more
Nearly one in three teenagers currently has an anxiety disorder, according to the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation, and the need for mental-health assistance continues to … more
At age 23, Elihay Skital already has a wide range of interests. He loves to sing. He loves working with kids. He is fluent in Hebrew and English, and he’s learning Spanish. He loves to cook – give him any excuse, and he’ll fry up bimuelos (fritters), with a side of sour cream. This is one reason Skital has embraced his new role as Rhode Island’s shaliach, or emissary, from Israel:… more
In the past few years, we have had an endless stream of public apologies for bad behavior. Some seem genuine, some were clearly written by publicists, some accept responsibility, some deflect blame. The apologies have come from … more
To culminate the end of their journey in the David C. Isenberg Early Childhood Center, children and families from the Pre-Kindergarten classroom held a touching in-person graduation ceremony on the … more
The first program of Touro Synagogue Foundation’s 2022 Judah Touro Program Series, will be offered via Zoom on Thursday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. Professor Carla Pestana will present a lecture … more
May’s Israeli Culture Series program will feature Sigal Kanotopsky, a member of the Center for Ethiopian Jewry Heritage, discussing the challenges faced by Ethiopian Jews and the … more
Sunday, Nov. 14 6:15 p.m., comedian Pamela Rae Schuller, “What Makes Me Tic: Comedy, Disability and the Inclusive Community.” 7:30 p.m., model, actress and producer Noa Tishby, “Israel: A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth.” … more
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