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Cranston born actor/clown Adam Gertsacov brought his “Buffoon Anonymous Steps to Insanity” to Perishable Theatre’s Ma & Pa Fest. Bill Pullman starred as a gentle college teacher who gets … more
Has anyone else noticed that when the leaves begin to change colors, the world also starts to think pink? As everyone should know by now, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a … more
A CODE OF ETHICS THAT’S NOT: When Rhode Island enacted a Code of Ethics in 1992, one of its key provisions was a “revolving door” prohibition that was intended to keep state elected and … more
Filmmaker Jim Karpeichick consulted with …
It’s another one of those stories that you would think came from the fanciful Hollywood writer: Paratroopers land behind enemy lines; enemy opens fire; paratroopers and enemy wounded are strewn … more
Music by John Phillips Sousa and Franz Schubert won’t be on the same concert program at the University of Rhode Island, but they will be performed on the same weekend, in two concerts presented by … more
Lee Greenwood
Twenty years ago I sat on a wooded hillside at the Washington County Fair and listened to country singer Lee Greenwood sing his classic “God Bless the USA.” I still get goose-bumps when I hear … more
Warwick and Cranston residents who drive down Narragansett Blvd. to get to or from Route 95 pass a tiny former ice cream shack at 893 Allens Ave. I’ve driven by it for years and never stopped. One … more
For nearly four decades, the Apponaug Company continued to be Warwick’s most significant employer. For many of the immigrants who lived in Apponaug and West Warwick, the company was their sole … more
A kidney stone could not keep me from seeing Ocean State Theatre’s haunting production of perhaps the best musical ever. Using simple sets enhanced by Rob Siler’s on-point lighting provided … more
Cod bite strong: Connor and his father Ted …
Anglers are catching tautog and will be working harder to catch their limit by the end of the week. The tautog minimum size is 16", three fish/person/day with a boat limit of ten fish. Limit … more
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