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This article originally appeared on Alma. Growing up, one of my favorite books was “Number the Stars,” Lois Lowry’s middle-grade novel about Denmark’s effort to smuggle its … more
BOSTON (JTA) – Against a backdrop of disturbing revelations of anti-Semitic incidents, including many in local schools,  Massachusetts lawmakers this week approved a bill that will require … more
Any singer will tell you that a cappella really only works when all the singers are together in person. The Alef Beats are no exception: the Jewish-themed singing group thrives on live energy. … more
The City of Providence Hanukkah “Spectaculah” is a free community celebration that brings food, music, drinks, candle-lighting and art to Biltmore Park in downtown Providence on Sunday Dec. 5, from 3 to 6 p.m. … more
On Nov. 15, as part of the Evenings of Jewish Renaissance, Roots (Shorashim/Judur) representatives spoke via Zoom to Rhode Island Jewish community members about a unique partnership between … more
In June 2014, the government of Israel adopted a law that designates Nov. 30 as an annual, national day of commemoration for the 850,000 Jewish refugees who were displaced from Arab countries and … more
Five members of Congress are calling on cable and satellite television providers to increase access to Jewish-themed programming as a way of fighting against anti-Semitism. more
Due to the phenomenon called year-end giving, charities across the country receive a big influx of donations between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. People who want to help out tear a few … more
Novelist Ann Hood and her husband, author and chef Michael Ruhlman, held a casual conversation on the theme of “A Recipe for Food, Life and Love,” at The Miriam Hospital Women’s … more
Two families and the longtime head of Tamarisk were honored with prestigious awards at Jewish Collaborative Services’ Fourth Annual Meeting, held on Oct. 21 on Zoom. The Ruth and W. Irving … more
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