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Camp is in session across Jewish Rhode Island. At the Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence, campers beat the heat in the indoor swimming pool with swimming lessons and time for free … more
We are so fortunate in Rhode Island. There is so much to do within the Jewish community this summer whether it’s learning, fun, play, health or just getting outside. The Jewish Alliance has … more
PROVIDENCE – On May 19, New York Times opinion columnist Bret Stephens helped reopen the JCC to in-person programming for the first time in more than two years when he spoke on “A … more
Top Nosh is back! Jewish Rhode Island, Lighthouse Kosher and the Jewish Alliance announce the return of “Top Nosh: the best of Kosher Rhode Island.” more
Welcome to one of the Breakout Sessions from Jewish Rhody Media, where we take conversations further and think more deeply with the guests who join us behind the mic. Coming May 6th. more
Just a few weeks ago, the Jewish community of Rhode Island mobilized a campaign, led by the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, to support relief efforts in Ukraine. As we publish, more than $210,000 has been raised, according to Sara Masri, chief development officer for the Alliance. These funds will be sent to Alliance overseas partners such as the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), working in Eastern Europe to help refugees from Ukraine. more
The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island will present “Stories of Belonging” on March 2 to mark Jewish Disabilities Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month, which takes place across … more
How Bedouins meet the challenges of living in Israel’s Negev is the topic for the Israeli Culture Series’  March program. The Bedouins are nomadic Arab tribes in the Middle East, … more
PROVIDENCE – “See something, say something” has become part of our vocabulary in recent years. It may be an overused phrase, but it is still good guidance, says Napoleon Brito, the … more
Here are some facts about Jim Rawl, the new director of School-Age Programs at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center: he can play the ukulele; he briefly lived in the Philippines; he was a competitive swimmer for 15 years; he was recently granted dual citizenship by Hungary; he remotely interviewed for his new job while he was making his way through Costa Rica, where he had just gone scuba-diving with bull sharks. more
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