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After the last snow storm, I realized I am having a love affair with my boots.  Each snowy day, I choose which pair I can wear; my boots come in all colors and styles. Yes, you might say I am fickle—not staying with the same pair of boots. … more
Temple Beth-El was started in 1854, making it the second oldest congregation in R.I. I was surprised that the editorial content in the article about the United Brothers Synagogue wasn’t checked for accuracy. Those of us who have been long time … more
Lawrence Grossman (Feb. 13, 2014) argues that boycotting Israeli companies on the West Bank is anti-Israel. I have a different view. Boycotting settlement products is anti-Israeli settlements. I oppose academic boycotts of any kind but I support … more
I’m glad to see that Anita Solomon has shared some of her favorite recipes with The Voice. I’ve been craving her Apricot Chicken and have tried to recreate it on my own, without much success. Do you think she’d share the recipe with us? … more
Thank you [to Mike Fink] for sharing your wonderful memories of your Aunt Becky. To me, she was Grandma Becky, my Great Grandmother and my granddaughter’s namesake. I have very strong memories of her and of my Grandpa Zelig. Thank you for keeping … more
Jack Feibelman. I make a point of reading your name on the plaque at Miriam every time I frequent Fain Center. I’ve been doing that for sixteen years. I’ve worked for you & Jeff for 37 years. You are a fine man & I appreciate having been a part … more
I was delighted to come across your mention of my book Kol Dodi: Jewish Music for Weddings, which contains the music scores for the vocal music on the corresponding 2-CD set. In response to the many queries I received about where to get the scores … more
I have sampled Lisa’s bagels, breads, and sweet things, and they are all worth the subscription to Community Bread. Yum! Kathleen Laplante more
The delightful picture of Libby Abramson’s grandson Chase wearing a yellow sweater she had originally knitted when awaiting her own first child 60 years ago took me back down Memory Lane. In 1959, expecting my first child, I too knitted a … more
I don’t remember wearing it – but that is some strong yarn and good knitting. Thank you for a wonderful story! Dale Abramson more
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