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Renovations are underway to the Paul M. and Janet G. Fradin Family Entryway at the Providence Hebrew Day School (PHDS). The scope of the project includes handicapped front access to the building, … more
As the New Year begins, the New England Rabbinical College (NERC) embarks on a major renovation project. The stately century-old brick building at 262 Blackstone Boulevard in Providence was … more
QUESTION: My mother’s yahrtzeit falls on Yom Kippur. It is also a Saturday this year. Do I light a candle, or do I wait until Shabbat is over? L.C., Providence Dear L.C.,  This … more
The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center’s new website is now up and running.   2017 has been a big year for SBHEC: a new space, an exciting fundraising event and the creation … more
Members of the Aquidneck Island Jewish community (Newport Havurah, Temple Shalom and Touro Synagogue) recently prepared shopping bags for its annual community High Holiday food drive.  The … more
There’s nothing like time in the garden. You get to spend time outdoors, play in the dirt and see your hard work grow before your eyes. Sometimes, you even get to eat the fruits (and … more
At JCDSRI, all our students in Pre-K to fifth grade participate in our hands-on, award-winning gardening program.    Students are able to engage in meaningful outdoor science … more
Three Rhode Island university students have been selected to educate their campus communities about Israel and to combat anti-Israel rhetoric as part of the StandWithUs Emerson Fellowship … more
JTA – For nearly 50 years, my father had a best friend named Al. They grew up in the same neighborhood in Brooklyn, and after returning from the service in World War II, they each married and … more
Welcoming the stranger is a Jewish value that crosses all religious boundaries. That first step of walking into a place one has never been can be scary and intimidating – but not if you are … more
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