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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, landscapes, portraits and abstract compositions. The artwork is as diverse as the students who have come through the workshop’s door, which is by design: the collective’s mission is to be an inclusive studio and gallery environment, especially for people with disabilities. … more
Do you like to dance? Do you like to work out? Then try a new class at the Dwares JCC representing: “ISRAELI SUMMER CAMP DANCING”! Join us every Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the gym to dance to … more
Camp has many benefits for children. And J-Camp at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence is no exception. We asked director Jim Rawl to give us his take on why you should … more
Nearly one in three teenagers currently has an anxiety disorder, according to the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation, and the need for mental-health assistance continues to … more
I spent the summers of my youth in camp. First came day camp, where I made embroidery-floss bracelets and sculpted a gigantic dragon out of clay. I learned a faster way to knit, … more
(JTA) – Eric Alterman, born in 1960, says the view of Israel he absorbed growing up in a Jewish family in suburban Scarsdale, New York, was decidedly … more
(JTA) – The French government updated its plan for fighting antisemitism and racism, which will require teachers to receive training on the topic and all French schoolchildren to visit the site … more
At age 23, Elihay Skital already has a wide range of interests. He loves to sing. He loves working with kids. He is fluent in Hebrew and English, and he’s learning Spanish. He loves to cook – give him any excuse, and he’ll fry up bimuelos (fritters), with a side of sour cream. This is one reason Skital has embraced his new role as Rhode Island’s shaliach, or emissary, from Israel:… more
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, Mitzi Berkelhammer chairs a community discussion with the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island and Hazon on building the Jewish community guided by the shared values of … more
More than 120 women and girls from around Rhode Island gathered at Temple Emanu-El on Jan. 12 to learn to bake challah. The rainy evening didn't keep away the participants, who each went home with two ready-to-bake loaves. more
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