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This story starts on a dark and stormy afternoon – and at first I thought it would end with a sinking feeling and a “glug.” It began as I was backing out of my driveway in … more
When Israel’s parliament on July 24 passed the first plank in a series of reform proposals meant to curb the power of Israel’s judiciary, it set off alarms among Israel’s supporters abroad. more
 American Jewish organizations reacted to the news that Robert Bowers, the man who murdered 11 Jews at prayer in 2018, has been sentenced to death. Groups stressed in their comments that the … more
The distinguished British artist David Hockney began winning acclaim, and notoriety, during the 1960s, at the dawn of his career. Given his somewhat mundane and irreverent imagery, he … more
For Ellie Vest, a big dream is about to come true: The 15-year-old volleyball player will fly to Argentina in December to compete in the Pan American Maccabi Games. more
Want to learn more about the candidates running for Rhode Island Congressional District 1? On Aug. 15 from 5:30-7 p.m., the candidates will discuss where they stand on the issues, and community … more
PROVIDENCE – Summer at J-Camp has all the fun activities you’d expect, from swimming to arts and crafts, but the campers also learn about Israel, thanks to our community’s shlichim … more
They don’t call them “Baby Boomers” for nothing. This double spread from 1952 showcases 24 local children, ranging in age from five months to 7 years, under the cheeky headline … more
On Shabbat , June 24, there was a healthy crowd at Newport’s Touro Synagogue. It was the last full day in Newport for Rabbi Marc and Jackie Mandel. Rabbi Mandel gave a short sermon quoting … more
Jewish community charitable organizations, synagogues and day schools serving the greater Providence area have until July 21 to apply for more than $38,000 in grants through the Bliss, … more
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