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The Rhode Island Jewish Museum at Sons of Jacob Congregation, 24 Douglas Ave., Providence, is open for private tours.  On Friday, Nov. 29, the Landesberg family, led by Melvin Landesberg,  … more
WARWICK, R.I. – On Nov. 18 the Rhode Island Coalition for Israel (RICI) hosted six ‘Lone Soldiers’ visiting from Israel. This program was held at the Chabad of West Bay. It was … more
Champions (left to right): Dave Weisman, Drew Hochman and Max Dinerman share the podium as go-kart champions at Touro Fraternal Association’s new member open house. The event took place on Oct. … more
Over the past few years, the Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association has made continual efforts to broaden our membership base and give the public more insight into our mission and more access … more
“There will be peace in the Middle East before you [Jewish Family Services] and the Jewish Seniors Agency merge,” said James Galkin, at Jewish Collaborative Services’ (JCS) … more
Are you passionate about Jewish pride? Israel? Zionism? Do you love writing? Interested in exploring how Jewish history relates to you and to the future? The My Herzl Youth Essay competition, … more
On Nov. 18, retired State Police Lt. Col. Joseph Philbin spoke to 35 residents of the Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence in Warwick. He described his trip to Israel for the Law … more
It will be an afternoon featuring the arts on Jan. 5 at Temple Habonim in Barrington. At 1 p.m., there will be a wine and cheese reception where you can meet the artists exhibiting at the next … more
JANUARY   The Voice turns a new page The Jewish Voice became Jewish Rhode Island. The modernized newspaper features an updated format and a brand-new electronic newsletter. This was … more
Cranston playwright Kevin Olson turned his longtime interest in the plight of Soviet Jewry into two plays that shed light on the topic by focusing on a family’s struggles in the former … more
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