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PROVIDENCE – When you think of the “Old World,” what comes to mind? Cobblestone streets and ornate stone buildings? Castles and grand balls? Sometimes we forget about a dire … more
For Woonsocket’s struggling Congregation B’nai Israel, online services have turned into somewhat of a phenomenon, with attendance at Shabbat services up 10-fold – at least. That … more
Environmental justice and social justice are epitomized in a biblical practice that few Jews are aware of, especially outside of Israel. Rabbi Gideon Shloush will discuss this ancient practice, … more
On Thursday night, Nov. 18, the Narrow Bridge Fellows of Brown University unveiled a new resource titled, “Love Thy Neighbor: A Guide for Tackling Antisemitism While Committing to Justice for … more
Since October 2020, Alex Foster has been the Graphics Producer for the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. As a designer, Alex’s artistic and organizational influence can be seen … more
Stuart “Stu” Meltzer wants you to learn about seafood. Not just try seafood, but really understand the bounty of the sea. more
Project Shoresh’s annual Night of Inspiration was a magical evening. On Sept. 12 at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence, there was music and delicious food for … more
NEWPORT – On Aug. 15, at Touro Synagogue, two audiences gathered to hear two important historical letters, read aloud, marking the 74th anniversary of this moving community ceremony. One … more
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