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Join authors Robert Bildner and Elisa Spungen Bildner for a short cooking demo and discussion of their book, which pays tribute to dedicated family farmers and farm-to-table … more
Common wisdom says that opposites attract – but good chemistry only goes so far for couples with stark differences in how they approach money and their financial lives. Unless they can find … more
Temple Sinai volunteers Ellie Wasser, left, and Sandy Maldavir coordinated the delivery of chocolate gifts to all of the Cranston congregation’s members in the week before Passover. They are … more
On Feb. 21, the Sunday before Purim, the Project Shoresh family was treated to a fascinating lecture by Harry Rothenberg Esq. Harry shared how we can utilize the many messages in the Purim story and … more
In “Pirkei Avot,” it states, “Your house should be open wide, and you should make the poor members of your household.” For many of us, our inclination is to help our … more
Rhode Islanders can join Israelis and Jews worldwide in celebrating Yom Ha’Zikaron, Israeli remembrance day, April 13-14, and Yom Ha’Atzmaut, Israeli independence day, April 14-15, with a … more
On the weekend of Feb. 13, over 2,000 Jewish teens met on a virtual platform for the BBYO International Convention 2021. Forty-three of those teens came from the BBYO New England Region, made up of … more
On April 1, David Harris, CEO of the American Jewish Committee, spoke on “The State of Antisemitism today and AJC’s Global Jewish Advocacy.” He covered rising anti-Semitism, … more
In response to community concerns about rising anti-Semitic incidents, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island has launched a web-based community anti-Semitism tracker. If you experience or … more
Arts Emanu-El and the Temple Emanu-El Providence Jewish Film Festival will present two documentaries about Italy during World War II, “Holy Silence” and “Syndrome K,” in … more
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