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WASHINGTON (JTA) – When Ron DeSantis, the Republican congressman running for governor of Florida, was asked in a debate to defend his record on race, he pivoted to his Democratic … more
NEWPORT – The U.S. Postal Service issued its new Hanukkah stamp, a joint issue with Israel, on Oct. 16 at Touro Synagogue.   The American and Israeli stamps share the same … more
TEL AVIV (JTA) – Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has called for a “reverse Birthright” that would take Israelis to see the American Jewish community … more
The Jewish Voice recently conducted the following email interview with Temple Sinai’s Rabbi Jeffrey Goldwasser about where the congregation stands as it celebrates its 60th anniversary.Q. How … more
To commemorate Temple Sinai’s 25th anniversary in 1983, librarian Edith Grant created a book of memories from the congregation's first 25 years. The book, entitled “A Remembrance of Things … more
QUESTION: How long does formaldehyde really preserve the body?  R.P., Macon, Georgia   Dear R.P., Formaldehyde is actually a gas. In embalming, a formalin solution is used … more
PROVIDENCE – In recognition of Armenian Independence Day (Sept. 21), the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center partnered with The Genocide Education Project to present the film … more
PROVIDENCE – On Sept. 27, the board of directors of Jewish Collaborative Services (JCS) unanimously named Erin Minior as the president and chief executive officer of JCS. JCS, the … more
In 1980, my parents sent me to Israel with Camp Ramah for six weeks. As a 17-year-old, I never gave any thought as to the feelings my parents experienced sending their eldest child away for that … more
 I think the phrase, “it’s a small world” especially holds true here in Rhode Island. As luck would have it, Barbara Kenerson walked into my office a couple months ago to … more
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