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How can we even begin to think about preparing for Passover when we are still living in the midst of a pandemic? As we live in the uncertainty of these times and are mostly stuck at home, as the line … more
Passover celebrates the ancient Exodus of the Israelites from bondage in Egypt. Here are nine things you might not have known about the major Jewish festival. In Gibraltar, there’s dust in … more
Hope Street will soon be home to a new Kosher market and deli. Jeffrey Ingber and Freda Ronkin are teaming up to open Bubbie’s Market and Deli at 727 Hope St. Plans call for the market to open March 1 to sell Passover products. more
It’s always great to bake hamantaschen and share them with friends and family. But this isn’t a normal year, of course, and it may be harder to find the time to bake hamantaschen … more
Project Shoresh presents "Purim! Reach out and Share!" Would you like to send a mishloach manot to a friend, co-worker or relative? We would love to help you! We will provide a mishloach manot with yummy goodies along with information about the holiday. more
Everyone loves eating latkes. Some people don’t even mind frying the latkes. Almost everyone loathes that post-frying, oil-laden smell that permeates the house … more
After a menorah car parade through Rhode Island on Dec. 13, Rabbi Aryeh Laufer lights the menorah set up outside the Rhode Island State House. more
Jewish Collaborative Services’ Jewish Eldercare of Rhode Island (JERI) program, in coordination with Friends of Jewish Seniors, has delivered Hanukkah gifts to over 200 Jewish residents of … more
(JTA) – Move over, Maccabees. This season’s crop of seven new Hanukkah books for kids puts the spotlight on new heroes, from playful llamas to brave and kind knights on horseback. An eighth book, “Honey on the Page,” that shines light on Yiddish children’s stories in new translation, makes a perfect family gift. more
Rabbi Benjamin Blech, author of the article “Miracles, Human and Divine,” at Aish.com, writes, “It is very instructive that the Hebrew word for miracle, nes, is at the root of the … more
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