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A great many readers of the Providence Journal were dismayed to learn that Mike Stanton, the Pulitzer Prizewinner, was leaving the newspaper. We can think of a couple of politicians, ex-cons and … more
LEARNING THE RIGHT STEPS: In preparation for …
Viral videos of elaborate first dances, fun mother-son and father-daughter numbers and bridal party dances at weddings have taken the Internet by storm over the past year. But since everyone is not a … more
Joanne Lurgio of Warwick has released her third full-length CD, “Rise from the Storm.” Already, it is receiving praise from listeners, and she will officially launch the release from 2 p.m. to … more
Arthur Shilstone’s painting of French cyclists …
Just when World War II history buffs think they have heard it all, another story comes along that is so startling, so far-fetched, that you think it really couldn’t have happened. That’s what … more
ALWAYS THE TEACHER: Fonseca is retired, but last …
Dianne Fonseca admits that she is competitive, but with no one more than herself. Over the past decade, as a volunteer with the American Cancer Society (ACS), she has upped the ante each year, … more
Don Rounds after his first feature win at the …
When we last visited Don Rounds in 2001, old “101” was a memory – alive in old photographs, but in the flesh, or should we say steel, the car was long gone. Don told us of his adventures as a … more
Oh, to have had a grandmother who took the trouble to write about her life and her family! So many questions could have been answered, so many anxieties set aside. Personally, for instance, I … more
Most people see something unusual in an everyday setting, take note of it and then let it fade from their thoughts. Historians react differently, such as when Les Rolston, a full-time building … more
Theatre has been more than a hobby for Florence Pagliarini; it has been a love affair that has lasted her whole life. From a young age theatre was not only a way to bond with love ones, but to … more
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
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