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(JTA) — Discussions about accessibility and inclusion for those with disabilities have become more mainstream in the Jewish world. But there are plenty of issues that still need to be addressed — … more
(JTA) — I lived in Minnesota for five years. My wife is from there; her family still lives there. When we return to visit, we have to reckon with a frightening reality: My in-laws’ newly … more
Instead of turning on the evening news to hear about violence, corrupt behavior, cover ups and witch hunts, I suggest you attend Trinity Rep’s latest production of … more
It may have been the greatest act of chutzpah in Jewish history.  After the Roman Empire destroyed the great temple in Jerusalem, and squashed subsequent rebellions, surviving Jews in the land … more
Master of the Universe, grant me the ability to be alone. May it be my custom to go outdoors each day among the trees and grass – among all growing things, and there may I be alone, and enter … more
Hadassah Rhode Island installed its executive board for 2019 during a meeting at The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence, in Warwick, on Feb. 3. The board will be led by president … more
Telephone scams have risen sharply in the last several years, largely due to the widespread adoption of cellular phones. First Orion, a company specializing in call-blocking technology, reports … more
“If you lend money to My people, to the poor among you, do not act toward them as a creditor; exact no interest from them.” – Exodus 22:25  Two Hebrew free loan … more
Set in Brooklyn, New York, the documentary “93 Queen” tells the story of a no-nonsense female Hasidic lawyer who is determined to create the first all-female ambulance corps in New York … more
Debbie Flitman, of Jewish Collaborative Services, loads her van with bags of food bound for TSA workers impacted by the recent government shut down. JCS staff filled bags to help on Jan. 24. more
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