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In 1976, Philip Paige was known locally as the owner of the Paige-Young Furniture Company in Cranston. But decades earlier, a 16-year-old Paige had enlisted to fight in World War I, not with the U.S. … more
The Women’s Alliance Endowment Fund (WAEF) of the Jewish Federation Foundation of Greater Rhode Island is pleased to announce a request for proposals for 2023 Women’s Alliance Endowment … more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Israel Collaborative (RIIC), with Brown University’s Applied Mathematics and Computer Science departments, on Jan. 24 held its first conference on the … more
Friends and supporters of the Providence Hebrew Day School gathered at the school on Jan. 22 to celebrate the completion of renovations throughout the building. Tables in the … more
The third program of the Winter 2022-2023 Judah Touro Program Series features Dr. Samantha Baskind, a professor of art history. Dr. Baskind’s talk, “Picturing Ashkenazi and Sephardic … more
The Narragansett Council Jewish Committee on Scouting, in conjunction with Temple Beth-El, is holding its annual Scout Shabbat on Friday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. at Temple Beth-El, 70 Orchard Ave., … more
George M. Goodwin will give a free, illustrated Zoom talk, “Woonsocket’s Gorgeous but Little-Known Synagogue,” for members and guests of the Rhode Island Historical Society on … more
On Sunday, Jan. 29, during Day at the J, the Dwares Jewish Community Center held a swimming fundraiser. Participants raised money by swimming as many laps in the pool as they could during a one-hour … more
Applications for grants for Rhode Islanders and nearby Bay Staters to travel to Israel, as well as for RootOne vouchers for eligible teen summer trips to Israel, are now being accepted. Visiting … more
PAWTUCKET – The Outsider Collective’s work space, in Hope Artiste Village, is thick with paintings. Canvases of all sizes adorn the walls; a colorful mélange of landscapes, … more
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