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As I write this column, we face continuing troubles worldwide. In the Middle East, Israel and Hamas have agreed to a short pause in the fighting, which will probably be over by the time you read … more
The horrific and fast-moving events in Israel and the Gaza Strip pose a unique challenge for a small, monthly Jewish newspaper in Rhode Island: How do you accurately show what’s happening there … more
We have so much going on in our Jewish community. The programming is robust and innovative. Health and fitness. Wellness. Learning. Jewish-focused themes. Arts. Books. Children and teens. … more
It is remarkable how seemingly disparate groups can blend together in some situations. I attended a couple of family events recently that really made me realize how magical this blending can be. … more
Getting tired of the heat and humidity of this June and July? Have you changed your routine due to the hottest-ever July? Are you spending time reminiscing about those New England summers … more
My Jewish journey is why I do what I do. I’ve always believed in the importance of getting along with our community. No matter what our political viewpoints, we are all Jews, right? … more
We are living in highly-charged, tense times. I have watched as Americans, and even members of our local Jewish community, have become stratified. Left. Right. Far left. Far right. Pro this. Anti … more
By receiving and reading Jewish Rhode Island, you are helping support one slice of community journalism. And that’s important. It doesn’t matter whether you agree or disagree with … more
Spring is the season of freedom. We read about it in our Passover Haggadah as we tell the story of how the Jews fled Egypt to escape slavery. We are blessed to live in a land where free speech … more
I had an opportunity to get a glimpse into the future recently. And the outlook is pretty rosy. I went with a group of Jewish teens from Connecticut to a seminar on social justice. These young … more
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