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Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars Dav Pilkey's beloved children's book series comes to the big screen in a hilarious, and yes, epic, animated adventure. This film tells the story of two friends in fourth-grade. George Beard (voiced by more
My youngest child, Marie, will be graduating from high school at the American School for the Deaf in Hartford this week. When she came to live with us at the age of 7, her wild child behavior was so bad I never thought either of us would live to see this more
Comedian, best-selling author and panel regular on NPR's Wait, Wait.Don't Tell Me Paula Poundstone will play The VETS in Providence Thursday, November 30 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online at TheVetsRI.com, by calling 421-ARTS more
After retiring from a 32-year career with the United States Air Force Reserves, Senior Master Sergeant and Oakland Beach resident Mary Kinsey was looking for fun ways to stay active. During an … more
MY COUSIN RACHEL * * * (Beautifully photographed but dull) Daphne Du Maurier's novel gets a beautifully photographed and acted presentation thanks to Rachel Weisz as Rachel and Sam Claflin as her cousin, Phillip. The problem is that the story is dull and more
New England Frozen Lemonade/Shields Post 43 is now the only senior American Legion baseball show in town. With Hendricken's Senerchia Post 74 failing to produce a team due to many of its players opting for travel ball, NEFL more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union released a report last week raising what it considered to be red flags about privacy regarding school-issued devices for students. The report, entitled High School Non-Confidential: How" more
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH Despite an otherwise rainy day, the sun came out for the graduation ceremony of Bishop Hendricken's Class of 2017, held at the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Paul last Wednesday. In his speech, Principal Jay Brennan began by reiterating more
To the Editor: Saturday, June 3 the City Council passed a budget that, for the first time in at least 17 years, will not have a tax increase. Holding the line on taxes not only benefits taxpayers, it also sends a clear message that Warwick is open for more
By DAWN ANDERSON Excitement filled the air at CCRI's Knight Campus Tuesday as Pilgrim High School celebrated its 55th commencement, and its first after consolidating with the former Warwick Veterans Memorial High School. Bouquets of flowers adorned the more
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