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JTA – Next week’s summit meeting between President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Finland recasts the Scandinavian nation in a role it had not occupied in … more
JTA – Like many heavily Orthodox sections of Brooklyn, Borough Park has been served for decades by an all-male volunteer ambulance corps called Hatzalah. The corps caters to a religious Jewish … more
JTA – President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, a Republican establishment favorite who has worked in the George W. Bush administration, has triggered reactions from … more
The Jewish War Veterans of the USA, Department of Rhode Island, took part in the 233rd Bristol Fourth of July Parade. It was a hot, humid day for the marchers but the parade went on! more
JTA – Jewish tourists from North America are likely to notice one big difference when visiting synagogues around the world. Though a plethora of symbols, such as stars of David and menorahs, may be … more
Children in the David C. Isenberg Family Early Childhood Center wrapped up the school year with tons of fun activities including ice cream on the playground, an art show displayed by classroom and an … more
JTA – Warren Buffett helped raise $80 million in Israel Bonds investments. The billionaire businessman and philanthropist hosted a dinner reception last week in his hometown of Omaha, … more
JTA – Jewish young adults in the U.S. and Israel are, on average, just as religious as their elders, even though young people worldwide are largely less religious than their parents, a new … more
QUESTION: What do you do if someone doesn’t fit in a casket, either by being too big or too little? B.D., West Warwick   Dear B.D., First, I want you to know that most caskets … more
On May 26, UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Professor Emeritus Dr. Mel B. Yoken was presented France’s highest honor for his career studying French language and literature. Yoken … more
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