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It has taken a while, but Rhode Island is sailing closer to having its own tall ship. “To me, a ship can be commissioned when the entire crew is on board and trained, all the sails are there, … more
SABOTAGE: Aside from the occasional explosion in …
Rhode Island’s Korean War veterans were honored by the South Korean nation at a special ceremony in Chepachet on Sept. 11. More than 45 veterans from the Rhode Island Korean War Veterans … more
Meg Brown, Lana Lacombe, Trent Nani, Ella …
What made Macbeth so evil? What drove him to murder for a crown? How are other literary characters faring after their traumatic adventures? Those questions and more will be answered when the … more
Ayll
For more than 40 years, Afro-Peruvian singer Eva Ayllón has filled theaters to full capacity not only in Peru – where she can fill a stadium of 30,000 –but in venerable United States venues such … more
The story behind the country’s longest operating food truck, Rhode Island’s own Haven Brothers Diner, is coming to the big screen in Providence filmmaker Jeff Toste’s directorial debut, … more
MIKE McKONE
Most people would be very surprised to learn that legally blind people not only play golf, but are actually good at it. Warwick resident Mike McKone, the chair for this year’s championship match … more
Sixth grade teacher SUSAN HOULE took a spin on …
The gym at Hoxsie Elementary School was filled with music and cheers of applause. Teacher Susan Houle fulfilled her promise to perform her routine for May’s RI Mentoring Partnership’s Dancing … more
The Air Show returns to Quonset Point this weekend after a year’s hiatus due to sequestration budget cuts. Last year Department of Defense (DOD) budget cuts and newly implemented policies … more
A PERSON OF TASTE: The Savory Grape owner Jessica …
For the past six years, we have looked forward to the Charity Fall Wine Festival put on by The Savory Grape wine and beer shop in East Greenwich. It’s not often that you get to taste some good … more
A review of a new book about the economics of racial discrimination mentioned Elleanor Eldridge, a “free woman of color” who was born in Warwick in 1784, became a successful businesswoman, a … more
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