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Hagar and Sarah were front and center, as women in the Jewish community gathered in the Baxt Social Hall at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center on Oct. 23 for the fall Rosh Hodesh … more
In preparing for my recent visit to Ireland to learn about Jewish life there, I came across a March 2012 program produced by Dublin City University’s School of Communication and Inter Faith … more
 Voting is an important obligation for every citizen of the United States. If you are registered to vote, you should get out and vote on Nov. 6. In most Rhode Island cities and towns, the … more
 (The Nosher via JTA) – October is upon us. I know because my Instagram feed is full of decorative gourds and pumpkin spice lattes.   But as much as Americans truly love … 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
(The Nosher via JTA) – For the first five years of my life, we lived in the apartment next door to my grandparents. I may have only been a toddler, but I still have vivid memories of being … more
  (The Nosher via JTA) – Here’s a comforting yet elevated Shabbat dish from chef Yehuda Sichel of Abe Fisher. Cholent Pot Pie Ingredients 1 cup pearled barley 1 cup … more
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 … more
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 … more
(Kveller via JTA) – Here’s the short version of this article. If you leave your kids home on the High Holy Days so you can have grownup praying time, bring your kids on … more
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