Holidays
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The Jewish community of greater Rhode Island celebrated Sukkot 5780 in schools, synagogues and at home with lulav, etrog and meals in the sukkah. Jewish Rhode Island hopes our readers enjoy this peek … more
Sukkot is being celebrated throughout Rhode Island, with events in backyard and community sukkahs. We've collected a few photos; feel free to submit your photos and we will feature a page in the Nov. 1 issue of Jewish Rhode Island. more
(Alma via JTA) – For most Jews, the etrog, a thick-rinded citrus, is relegated to a fleeting, supporting role. Held beside the lulav (palm frond) once a year during the upcoming festival of … more
(The Nosher via JTA) – Yom Kippur is one of the most, if not the most, important day on the Jewish calendar. For many Jews, fasting and being in synagogue is the focus of the … more
(JTA via The Nosher) – In recent years, it seems that more and more of my family members and friends have developed food allergies and food intolerances. This can make it difficult to determine … more
(JTA via The Nosher) – I was initially an Instant Pot doubter. I love both my Dutch oven and my stock pot, and I love letting the kitchen slowly fill with warmth as things simmer and cook for … more
Oppressive governments. Neighbors turning innocent neighbors in to the authorities. The most revered place desecrated. People exiled, fleeing a home that can no longer be home. Parents weeping … more
Passover is upon us and has me thinking about the true meaning of the holiday. Passover, of course, commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. But while our people … more
Passover is one of the most joyous holidays on the Jewish calendar, not only because of what we’re celebrating – our freedom as a people – but also because of when it occurs. … more
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