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Let’s get to it! 6–7 square matzahs 5 eggs 1 cup milk 2 cups cottage cheese 1/3 cup sugar 3/4 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons butter, melted 1 teaspoon cinnamon more
On Feb. 24, the Rhode Island Senate passed a resolution expressing sympathy on the passing of Dr. Stanley M. Aronson. It was introduced by Senators Gayle Goldin, M. Teresa Paiva Weed, Donna M. Nesselbush, Paul W. Fogarty and Josh Miller. Calling … more
You wouldn’t exactly call Marc Seifer’s career path typical. A Rhode Island resident for nearly 50 years, Seifer has spent his adult life working as a handwriting analyst at the … more
In the Biblical Garden at Temple Sinai in Cranston, religious school students will soon sow three ancient cereal grains that are native to the Near East and were first domesticated by farming … more
 I can’t believe it really is time to say le’hitraot (not goodbye, just see you soon).   Two years ago, I left everything I knew behind to embark on a journey to an … more
It was an exciting day for Miriam Snell when her grandson, Adam Field, picked her up at home in a Polaris Slingshot. They drove from Providence to Cranston so she could show her family. According … more
Summer camp. For me these words evoke images of playing softball under sky-high pine trees; waterskiing on a murky lake; and participating in dining hall sing-alongs with 400 other campers from throughout the northeast. I spent my summers at … more
CRAFTY (Cranston Area Federation of Temple Youth) at Temple Sinai in Cranston is excited to share news about plans for this year. Newly elected student leaders, Emma Rosenfield and Jack Gabrilowitz, say they look forward to  planning more … more
Ask any child what the best time of year is, and he will say summertime. For many, summer means spending time outdoors, and across North America hundreds of thousands of kids will do so at camp.  Over 75,000 of them will attend a nonprofit … more
In elementary school we learned that Nov. 11 was called Armistice Day, the day when hostilities ceased in World War I. At ceremonies commemorating that event and those who fought and died in “the war to end all wars,” we recited – by heart – … more
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