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One out of three households got a new pet during the pandemic. Surveys in Spain, Israel and the United Kingdom found remarkably similar results. People believed that pets would help them or their … more
(JTA) — Long before COVID-19 arrived in Israel, devastating Israel’s Hasidic communities, the annual Lag b’Omer gathering at Mount Meron was a moment of release for Israel’s … more
(JTA) — At least 45 people were crushed to death and at least 150 wounded Thursday night in a stampede during a celebration that drew tens of thousands of haredi Orthodox Jews to the northern Israeli mountain village of Meron. more
(JTA) – Walter Mondale, the former vice president who represented a time in American history when being pro-Israel and progressive were often synonymous … 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
Many Rhode Islanders spent over a week in April participating in programs centered on Israel, ranging from food, music, children and adult activities to a Netflix drama, the unfortunate … more
Join authors Robert Bildner and Elisa Spungen Bildner for a short cooking demo and discussion of their book, which pays tribute to dedicated family farmers and farm-to-table … more
Common wisdom says that opposites attract – but good chemistry only goes so far for couples with stark differences in how they approach money and their financial lives. Unless they can find … more
Temple Sinai volunteers Ellie Wasser, left, and Sandy Maldavir coordinated the delivery of chocolate gifts to all of the Cranston congregation’s members in the week before Passover. They are … more
On Feb. 21, the Sunday before Purim, the Project Shoresh family was treated to a fascinating lecture by Harry Rothenberg Esq. Harry shared how we can utilize the many messages in the Purim story and … more
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