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(JTA) – Yosef Kleinman, the youngest Holocaust survivor to testify at the trial of Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann, has died at 91. Kleinman, who lived in Jerusalem, died May 4, according to … more
(JTA) – Aviva Okeson-Haberman had come home after apartment hunting in Lawrence, Kansas, where the reporter for the Kansas City NPR affiliate was about to start a new job covering social … more
Children are looking forward to enjoying a great summer doing normal summer activities at camp, but many camps are still seeking counselors who would like to make a difference and have a great summer … more
When the Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association holds its annual meeting, on May 23, it will make some history of its own: The incoming president, Harold Foster, will be the third in his family … more
Some people want immediate mobile access to their finances via a smartphone. Others prefer to manage their money with an old-school spreadsheet or ledger. Some crave a comprehensive platform for … more
On April 1, 2021, Rhode Islanders woke up with an opportunity to make a tremendous difference to nonprofits of all kinds. In its first year, in 2020, 401Gives raised $1.3 million for 366 … more
PROVIDENCE – The Miriam Hospital Women’s Association will present its 36th annual Recognition Award to Judy Siegel at the association’s 124th Annual Meeting and Luncheon, on June 2. … more
What is the relationship between Warren Buffet, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel and Rhode Island Jews? Decades ago, Rabbi Myer S. Kripke and business tycoon Warren Buffet became friends and bridge … more
BERLIN (JTA) – The number of politically motivated crimes rose to record levels in Germany last year and include a 15% rise in anti-Semitic offenses. The annual report by the Federal … more
On May 13 at 7 p.m., Thompson M. Mayes of the National Trust for Historic Preservation will discuss his book, “Why Old Places Matter: How Historic Places Affect Our Identity and … more
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