Israel at 70: Holocaust survivor recalls fighting in Israel’s War of Independence

Thursday, April 19

TEANECK, N.J. (JTA) – Mordechai Schachter didn’t know he would soon be a soldier when he traveled from his native Romania to prestate Israel in 1948. He was a 17-year-old with a …
d'Var Torah

Jewish wisdom on attaining work-life balance

So many of us lead very busy lives. Between work, volunteering, self-care, care of family members, nurturing friendships, and all the other things that pull us in a million directions, it can be …

Tazria-Metzora: The mystery of a baby girl

The miracle of the goats

Viewing sacrifices in a whole new light

Editor's column

A taste of what’s to come

Last week, we finally had a couple of warm days.  On the day this paper comes out, it’s predicted to be near 80 degrees. Today, as I write this, the heat keeps going on in my house. …

An important spring tradition

The fowl adventure and other seder stories

A question of coverage and timing

Olympics fever is but a memory


Experience a mission; change your life

In September 2015, I was offered the opportunity of a lifetime that turned into a life-changing experience.  The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island organized a community leaders mission …

Rabbi James Rosenberg

‘The Jazz Singer’ existed in an either-or world

Thursday, May 3

The boycott crowd

Thursday, April 19

The Iago within us

Wednesday, April 4

Ruth Oppenheim: A life beyond survival

Thursday, March 15

Adam I and Adam II – and why we need both

Thursday, March 15

Letters to the editor

Jewish music looking for a good home!

Thursday, May 3

FREE to good home: an eclectic, “old school” collection of Jewish music in cassette tape format. The two dozen titles include songs presented by Debbie Friedman, Doug Cotler, Jon …

Re: The boycott crowd (April 20)

Thursday, May 3

Rabbi Rosenberg states, “To set the record straight, J Street – the pro-Israel, pro-peace national Jewish organization to which I have belonged since its inception in November 2007 …

From the archives

A tale of two tailors

Advertisements, dictionaries tell us, are paid communications promoting products or services in print media, radio or television, on billboards or social media, via the internet, and any and all …

This and that throughout R.I.’s history

The Jewish Orphanage of R.I.: ‘A cherished institution’

The hidden figures behind Providence’s Hebrew Loan Associations