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An essay contest, “Love Where You Learn,” was held for National School Choice Week (last week in January). Essay entries were required to be one page, consisting of original content … more
Calling all writers! Are you between the ages of 8 and 13 (or in grades 3–8)? Are you creative? Do you love to write? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you can enter the … more
Henry Barnard School (HBS) is a newly independent school for children in pre-K through grade 5. With a 122-year history, the school was previously operated as a laboratory school under Rhode Island … more
“Enhancing Practice for Healthy Communities in Response to Societal Violence” is the theme of this year’s Julie Claire Gutterman Memorial Lecture, a half-day workshop for mental … more
Mira Awad, renown Israeli-Palestinian multifaceted artist and relentless activist for co-existence, will be speaking on March 14 via Zoom. Born in the village of Rameh in the Galilee to a Palestinian … more
Over a long career at the Providence Journal, I was honored to interview presidents and such icons as César Chavez, John Lewis and Elie Wiesel. But the most reportorial fun I ever had was … more
“Golda’s Balcony,” William Gibson’s Tony award-winning one-woman play, will be presented on Zoom as part of the Lifelong Learning Collaborative’s special presentation … more
Hope Street will soon be home to a new Kosher market and deli. Jeff Ingber and Freda Ronkin are teaming up to open Bubbie’s Market and Deli at 727 Hope St. Ingber, who has many years of … 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
The Pesach seder plate is arranged to remember Jewish history, with much of the food serving a deeply symbolic purpose. Matzah, in particular, symbolizes the unleavened bread that Jews ate while … more
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