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For artist Nancy Katz, community is essential. It is at the heart of all her work, which began in the 1980s, when she volunteered with the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt. “Being involved in that … more
In June, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island and Congregation Beth Sholom announced a partnership in which Congregation Beth Sholom’s classes and services would be moving to the … more
I met Rabbi Eliahu Klein and his wife, Cynthia Scheinberg, at Shabbat meals about a year and half ago, soon after they moved from Berkeley, California, to Providence, following Scheinberg’s … more
On the night of May 19, a fire of unknown origin in the building housing Davis Dairy Products caused significant damage to the business, forcing its closure for the foreseeable future. The store, … more
Or Cohen, the Jewish Agency’s shlichah (emissary) to the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island for the past year, has been selected to join the iFellows, a program for Israeli educators in … more
The Tamarisk Farm to Table Garden has been planted! Residents of the assisted living community in Warwick are looking forward to fresh, healthful  vegetables and fruits all summer. more
Barrington resident Rachel Rasnick “just picked up a brush and started painting” four years ago at Looking Upwards, a day program for adults with developmental disabilities. Rasnick, … more
Elana, a senior at Barrington High School, wrote and directed the Moana Purim Spiel for Temple Habonim, in Barrington. Here, she shares details of that experience.   Writing and … more
Passover has always been my favorite holiday, and an important one for my family. In these uncertain times, and with the reality of seders-in-isolation, I’ve been reminiscing a lot about … more
“Like as May Month flowereth and flourisheth in many gardens, so in like wise let every man of worship flourish his heart in this world.” – Sir Thomas Malory, “Le Morte … more
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