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Diversity is key to the May/June show in the Bunny Fain Gallery at Temple Habonim. Three very different creative approaches are featured. The show opens with a wine and cheese reception on … more
About 150 kids of all ages enjoyed the music of Jewish rock singer Rick Recht on Yom ha-Atzmaut at the Alliance’s Jewish Community Center in Providence. Before the show, there were craft … more
The classic 1967 film “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” explored what was then the taboo subject of interracial dating and marriages. Now, 51 years later, a new play by Rhode … more
On March 23, about 100 people, including seniors, participated in the annual model seder at Jewish Family Service’s Kosher Senior Café at Temple Sinai in Cranston.  more
The Miriam Hospital Women’s Association is delighted that Pamela Weintraub, author of “Cure Unknown, Inside the Lyme Epidemic,” will be the guest speaker at the group’s … more
When William Miles, a professor of political science at Northeastern University, first read that there were Nigerians practicing Judaism, he was suspicious.   “I’ve been … more
Wintertime fun [Photo gallery]
Day at the J Feb. 25 drew a crowd to the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in Providence. Among the many activities were a PJ Library activity (bottom) in the upper lobby with a … more
MUTTONTOWN, N.Y. (JTA) – Lester Wolff served eight terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, which is slightly above average for lawmakers. But he has a distinction few of his colleagues … more
Rabbi Yossi Laufer grew up in the East Side of Providence, the son of Rabbi Yehoshua Laufer, who still serves at Chabad of Providence/Chabad of Rhode Island, on Hope Street.   Laufer … more
Over 500 students and community members learned, shared and strategized with experts on the best ways to tell Israel’s story and combat anti-Semitism, during StandWithUs’ … more
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