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(The Nosher via JTA) – Cake pops are such a fun, bite-sized way to serve dessert – particularly for special occasions. And I love this unique twist on the decadent combination of chocolate and halva. For those who might be a little wary of a … more
Sandwiched between the deaths of our first matriarch and our first patriarch, we witness the choreography of a dramatic, divinely directed love story between Isaac and Rebecca. How does this powerful connection come to be? What internal qualities or … more
The Camp JORI board of directors announced June 12 that Ronni Saltzman Guttin will be stepping down as director after 20 years of devoted service to begin a new chapter in her camping career. Board President Deborah Salinger said, “Ronni has … more
On Feb. 1, the fourth grade class at Temple Sinai participated in Project Linus. The project was organized through a joint effort of the congregation’s Sisterhood and the Social Action Committee. Project Linus is a national organization with … more
As we begin in the Jewish year 5775, a radical way to approach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Middle East, is to refresh ourselves by turning to our Torah for solutions. Torah is dynamic as the cadence of its Hebrew letters import. We were … more
STATEPOINT – Back to school shopping can seem tedious and boring for some students. But you can help your young ones get motivated for a new school year by getting them more involved in the experience. After an extended vacation, going back to … more
As the father of boys who love to read fantasy, I was delighted to hear about The Path of Names, a new book in that genrefrom a Jewish perspective. Thanks to the PJ Library and our temple library, we’ve been able to give them many wonderfulJewish … more
On December 15 at 9:30 a.m., Florence Markoff will appear at Temple Torat Yisrael as a guest of the synagogue’s Men’s Club. She will present information about famous Rhode Islanders, the derivation of words and phrases as well as historical … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – In 5773, the religious wars just would not go away. In Israel, elections that extended Benjamin Netanyahu’s tenure as prime minister delivered big wins to two anti-Orthodox-establishment upstarts, Yair Lapid and Naftali … more
While I was excited to see the photo spread celebrating the successful return of the Evening of Jewish Renaissance, I was troubled by the gender imbalance depicted. The two-page collection of teachers and speakers in action highlighted almost … more
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