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(JTA) — Hadara Bilsky thought she’d spend her first semester of college making friends in her dorm, having discussions with professors and students in class, and attending Shabbat services at … more
This recipe originally appeared on The Nosher. A quick search for “Instant Pot recipes” will yield hundreds of ideas for savory dishes — everything from chilis, pasta, soups, casseroles, and … more
PARIS (JTA) — It has been a turbulent five years for the French capital’s residents. From the Charlie Hebdo and November 2015 terrorist attacks to the upheaval caused by the yellow vest … more
BARRINGTON, R.I. – Erma Leavitt passed away May 5. She was the beloved wife of the late Harold Leavitt. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Leo and Pauline (Aronovitz) … more
(JTA) — At the beginning of her day, Tal Lee will see as many as hundreds of cars snake around the church parking lot where she is helping to conduct coronavirus tests. Dressed in two face … more
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On May 12, the staff of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, together with staff of HG80, were able to provide 115 lunches to show  gratitude to the incredible team at The Miriam … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) — On the first day that Israel’s schools reopened nine weeks after closing to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Kalanit Taub’s 8-year-old daughter stayed home. As a … more
On May 8, 200 local children received Kosher Grab-and-Go breakfasts and lunches from Ahava Catering, located at Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence, through a program of the Providence Parks … more
(JTA) — Regulars at the synagogue in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine call its main hallway “the traffic jam.” The term, often uttered with an eye roll, refers to the bottleneck … more
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