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Fishel Bresler plays Hanukkah music in the Miriam Hospital lobby on Dec. 2. The lunchtime concert was arranged by Lifespan Chaplain Rabbi Avraham Rosenthal. Employees, visitors and patients as well as Miriam President Arthur Sampson stopped by to … more
Once again, Synagogues throughout Rhode Island took time to honor their veterans during Shabbat services on Nov 8 or 9. Tamarisk Assisted Living held a ceremony on Veteran’s Day honoring those veterans who currently call Tamarisk home and those … more
PROVIDENCE – The phenomenon of “Thanksgivikkah” has come and gone but was not lost at the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island on November 24 for Super Sunday. Rhode Island answered the call to help ensure a strong Jewish future. More … more
There was palpable energy in the room when international best-selling author, Pam Jenoff, spoke to more than 100 women at the Women’s Alliance Campaign Celebration on November 20 at Ledgemont Country Club. Lezli Pious, event chair, said, “the … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling an interim deal with Iran on its nuclear program a “historic mistake,” said Israel “has the right and the obligation to defend itself by itself against any threat.” more
In a car, you see the world but you aren’t touching it. When it rains, you roll up your windows and flick on the wipers.  When it is too cold or too hot, you turn on the seat warmer or use the AC.  When the speed limit drops because of a small … more
Just a few weeks ago, 22 LGBTQ Jews from around the world, current and future community leaders, joined A Wider Bridge on our third annual LGBTQ journey to Israel, and these were among the many powerful words participants used to describe the … more
HARTFORD, Conn. – All people face hardships in life; whether it’s getting a bad grade on a test, fighting with a close friend, or even having the pizza man put too much pepperoni on the pizza. To a hero, these problems don’t count as … more
PROVIDENCE – One of the areas of concern for providers of assistance is that people in the community who are truly in need are still ashamed to ask for help. If you know of any members of the community, especially shut-ins, who need food, the … more
“Is the Sky Falling?” was the title of a panel discussion at Brown University on the findings of the recent Pew Research Center survey of U.S. Jews. The findings have generated enormous attention in the media in recent weeks. But the four … more
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