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Five months after the Jewish Alliance first reached out to the Bristol Warren Regional School District about a conflict with the start of school and the first day of Rosh Hashanah, the district has moved the date to Sept. 8.

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With spending so much time at home, now is the perfect time to tackle a DIY kitchen project that you never seemed to have … more
A quick search for “Instant Pot recipes” will yield hundreds of ideas for savory dishes — everything from chilis, pasta, soups, … more
(JTA) — Long before COVID-19 arrived in Israel, devastating Israel’s Hasidic communities, the annual Lag b’Omer gathering at Mount Meron was a moment of release for Israel’s … more
(JTA) — At least 45 people were crushed to death and at least 150 wounded Thursday night in a stampede during a celebration that drew tens of thousands of haredi Orthodox Jews to the northern Israeli mountain village of Meron. more
Temple Sinai volunteers Ellie Wasser, left, and Sandy Maldavir coordinated the delivery of chocolate gifts to all of the Cranston congregation’s members in the week before Passover. They are … more
On Feb. 21, the Sunday before Purim, the Project Shoresh family was treated to a fascinating lecture by Harry Rothenberg Esq. Harry shared how we can utilize the many messages in the Purim story and … more
BOSTON (JTA) – On the eve of Passover during the Depression, a juggler in ragged clothes is invited into the home of a poor family with a bare seder table. It's a poignant scene in “The … more
When Passover last year became the first Jewish holiday to take place since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a global pandemic, Jews the world over struggled with novel … more
This year’s Purim celebration looked a little different. On Friday, Feb. 26, a Car-nival took place in the Brown University parking lot across from the Dwares Jewish Community Center. Decorated … more
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