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This tale relates to my previous one about visiting art museums in Texas. In July 1991, having already visited some impressive examples in Fort Worth and Dallas, I headed to another crossroads: … more
On our first flying vacation since COVID arrived, Betsey and I recently visited Los Angeles, my hometown. We were eager to see my siblings, their spouses and the towering new social hall built by 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
Growing up in Providence and Barrington with two white moms, I never thought there was anything different; Skin color never mattered in my family. But when I walked out in this world of ours, skin … more
EDITOR’S NOTE: In the April 2019 edition of Jewish Rhode Island, “Brown Divest referendum ‘deeply harmful’ ” offered   an opinion on the student referendum vote … more
After a quiet and steady bull market in 2017, stock market volatility returned with a stomach-churning vengeance in late 2018, conjuring unpleasant memories of the Great Recession of a decade ago and … more
If you’re thinking about working as long as possible to increase your retirement savings, you may be wondering whether you can receive Social Security retirement benefits while you’re … more
As the deadline for filing your 2017 income taxes looms, you’ll want to start pulling things together – if you haven’t done so already. This includes getting your hands on a copy of … more
Last month I had the opportunity to travel to Philadelphia and experience my first Democratic National Convention – and what an experience it was.   As a member of the DNC Rules … more
This speech was presented June 15 to the annual meeting of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. The remarks have been slightly edited for publication. As I come to the end of this … more
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