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WARWICK – Since its opening in 2003, the Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence has become well known for filling a need in the Jewish community and beyond. However, its … more
Question: I recently visited my dad at home at lunchtime.  Mom passed last year. I asked Dad what he was having for lunch and he quickly changed the subject. During my visit, I opened the … more
How many people can say that they have had two careers that they loved? I’m one of those people: I’ve had two quite different careers that made me excited and genuinely happy to get … more
BY NAOMI FINK COTRONE At the end of a day alone, I’m often at a loss for words. Maybe you know what I mean. Whether I’m home sick, left behind in the wake of my teenagers’ … more
Women and girls gathered again this year to bake challah during the great Rhode Island Challah Bake. On Oct. 25, more than 150 participants mixed and kneaded the dough in the Baxt Family Social Hall … more
JTA – A former Nazi SS guard, now 94, went on trial Nov. 6 for being complicit in the mass murders of several hundred prisoners at the Stutthof Nazi concentration camp. Johann Rehbogen, … more
As I write this piece for the Nov. 9 issue of The Voice, the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, I am preoccupied with thoughts of forboding given the events of Oct. 27, in Pittsburgh at Tree of … more
“It’s a terrible, terrible thing what’s going on with hate in our country … and something has to be done.  …. There must be no tolerance for anti-Semitism in … more
JTA – Earlier this year, our colleagues at the three leading Jewish newspapers in the United Kingdom published the same front-page headline and joint editorial voicing concern … more
JTA – The Paul E. Singer Foundation said it will give at least $1 million to help secure Jewish institutions around New York in response to the shooting attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue that … more
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