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Super Sunday: Beyond super this year

Thursday, September 20

The Jewish Alliance kicked off its 2019 Annual Campaign with another successful Super Sunday on Sept. 16. This year’s theme was “Be an Everyday Hero.” With the help of enthusiastic volunteers and the donors who answered calls, the Alliance raised more than $80,000 as of press time to benefit the Jewish community in Rhode Island and around the world.
Editor's column

How will you use your talents this year?

I have the opportunity to see a lot of good work being done in our community. And much of that work is done by many, many volunteers. Whether they are helping out at a community Mitzvah Day, …

New hope for civility in a time of loss

Change is in the air

Ode to the sticky note

Our personal seasons

A plea for civility

Israeli Culture

Israel Culture Series opens with award-winning film

Thursday, September 20

This year’s Israel Culture Series opens with a screening of “The Policeman,” a film classic that has influenced Israeli cinema for the past several decades. Directed by the …

Obituaries

Milton H. Bronstein, 101

Thursday, September 20

Irving Chucnin, 70

Thursday, September 20

Alfred M. Fine, 97

Thursday, September 20

William J. Falk, 91

Thursday, September 20

George German, 69

Thursday, September 20

Wilma Rosen, 89

Thursday, September 20

Robert Shaffer, 91

Thursday, September 20

Sandra Sherman, 83

Thursday, September 20

New in the neighborhood

Pedaling in Providence

Thursday, September 20

Ready to take a spin? Recently a bike rack popped up on Elmgrove Avenue, across from the Dwares Jewish Community Center, and we wondered what it was. Several days later, a few red bikes appeared. …
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Young parents were driving force behind founding of JCDS 40 years ago

Thursday, September 20

It all started 40 years ago at the Providence home of Sheila and Paul Alexander. While their kids played upstairs, the Alexanders hashed out a bold idea with three other couples with …
IT SEEMS TO ME

Con smania, with passion

In the June 22 issue of The Jewish Voice, I reviewed “Road to Valor” (Crown, 2012), a celebration of the life of the world class Italian cyclist, Gino Bartoli (1914-2000). The …

The Guide to Jewish Life, 2017-18 issue

Southern New England's only comprehensive directory of Jewish services, business and leadership.

Other news

Ask the director

QUESTION: What is the weirdest outfit a family has requested? T.J., London, England   Dear T.J., Traditionally, Jewish people are buried in a shroud, which is a white linen shirt and …

Bernhardt Foundation seeks applications for grants

Remembering Kristallnacht Part II

PHDS school year starts on a high note

The Jewish Alliance: Serving Providence and beyond

The Jewish Women’s Circle challah bake and mosaic experience

Teaching our children for a better future

Home and Garden

Seasonal reflections from the garden

4 hours ago

The High Holy Days, followed by the festivals of Sukkot and Simchat Torah, in addition to being times of renewal and hope, offer the chance to reflect on where we’ve been and where we want …

Letters

Re: Upsetting the Balance (Aug. 24)

Thursday, September 20

I recently read Rabbi Rosenberg’s article in the Jewish Voice, Upsetting the Balance. This is very disturbing to read that not only does he not support Israel’s National State law; …

Food

Gluten-free molten chocolate cupcakes

Ingredients 1 package gluten-free chocolate cake mix 1/2 package included frosting mix 1/4 cup oil 1 large chocolate bar 3 eggs, separated Preparation 1. Preheat oven to 350 …