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I have had the privilege of visiting Israel three times, but my trip this summer was strictly business; the goal was to bring home “the gold.” I traveled to Jerusalem to play … more
The first issue of The Jewish Herald hit newsstands in October 1929, announcing its intention to cover the Jewish diaspora in Rhode Island and around the world. So began a longstanding legacy: The … more
(JTA) – I have been shocked lately by the number of my friends who have left synagogues because of a pattern of unkind remarks from rabbinic and volunteer leaders. A … more
BY RON KAMPEAS WASHINGTON (JTA) – Democrats on the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee voted to name as chairman of its influential Middle East subcommittee Rep. David … more
Thanks to a generous gift from the Bernhardt Foundation, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is kicking off the new year with the second cycle of the Community Microgrants Initiative. The … more
For nearly 30 years, I’ve been a proud member of the Rhode Island Historical Society.  Some of my friends and acquaintances occasionally ask if I’m still deeply involved in the Rhode … more
Nearly a decade ago, when Emily Levy was 19 years old, she had an urgent meeting with her doctor. She had just been diagnosed with a severe case of Lyme disease. Growing up in Rhode Island and … more
Hadassah Northeast is sponsoring a walk for women’s health. You can walk along Blackstone Boulevard on Providence's East Side to raise money for women's health. The boulevard path is 1.4 miles … more
If you had the chance to go back to your senior prom, would you? About 60 Kosher Senior Café regulars and newcomers responded with a resounding “yes.” On Sept. 16, the first-ever … more
(JTA) – “Hey Allies: Please don’t schedule meetings or events on the Jewish holidays!” So says a meme that has circulated widely before about the dates for Rosh Hashanah, Yom … more
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