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AMSTERDAM (JTA) — The Netherlands’ main Jewish weekly is the kingdom’s oldest commercial magazine and one of its most reputable publications. Which is why many Dutch were shocked to … more
A momentous evening [Photo gallery]
Don’t miss the mah jong tournament at Temple Torat Yisrael, Sunday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a Kosher buffet lunch, cash prizes and, of course, challenging play. This … more
Delve into hate and anti-Semitism April 7 at Temple Shalom in Middletown. What is anti-Semitism and how does it fit into a larger landscape of American racism, xenophobia and white nationalism. Why … more
The biographical movie “Persona Non Grata,” about a Japanese diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, will be shown at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community … more
Fourth grade at Providence Hebrew Day School culminated its half-year study of social studies with a Presidential Living History Museum on Feb. 14.   As part of PHDS’s celebration … more
CRANSTON – At 90, Tillie Orleck is sharp and spry. She still drives, and seems to know everyone at the Providence and Cranston Kosher senior meal sites, where her “near-perfect … more
  BY DEBORAH JOHNSON How does a singer – a cantor, no less – earn the stunning sobriquet “the Jewish Pavarotti”?  In one way, at least, Cantor Alberto … more
Temple Habonim is hosting a special evening with an art show opening and a concert on Saturday, March 16. The exhibit in the Bunny Fain Gallery  highlights pieces from the private collection … more
Over the course of 40 years, the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island has had a number of different names and graduated more than 500 students. Currently, five local alumni have chosen to … more
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