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NOW AND THEN: The headshot is a recent photo of …
It’s hard to imagine that an activity as common as diving for quahogs in Narragansett Bay could lead to a record-breaking freedive that, by all accounts, could have killed him but that’s exactly … more
While most Americans are at home trying to get through Thanksgiving dinner without alienating most of their relatives, devotees of bridge will be gathering at the Rhode Island Convention Center for a … more
While we have heard a lot lately about the emergency room as the primary care provided for people who don’t have medical insurance, we have not heard how emergency medicine assumed that role … more
People who only know Melanie LaMountain as the director of adult education at West Bay Community Action are missing the bigger picture, literally. LaMountain is also know as one of the best freelance … more
A SAILOR'S ADVICE: Joseph Beaulieu gives his son, …
When Kevin Beaulieu bought a Sealegs boat a few years ago, his kids were really impressed. “My kids love it,” he said. “They were telling their friends, ‘We’ve got the coolest boat,’ … more
Cranston resident and composer Noreen Inglesi …
Shaped by the very landscape she wants to protect, Cranston resident Noreen Inglesi has been a composer and environmentalist since she was 8. This past weekend, her nature-infused work was … more
GETTING PERSONAL: Pamela Lambert and Mike Pevzner …
The old cliché, “There are no second acts in life,” has been seriously challenged by the number of people who turn retirement into a second career. A case in point is Ken Dooley, the Cranston … more
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The Beantown Swing Orchestra, the high energy, 18-piece swing band that wowed guests at The Kent Center’s Swing into Spring celebration last year, will be back for this year’s swing May 17. … more
In the type of email we’re not used to getting around here, Christian McBurney thanks us for the kind things we had to say about his book on Rhode Island spies in the Revolutionary War. While … more
After three well received books on early American decoration, Ann Eckert Brown says she wrote her last book on the subject. “After studying houses and working in houses all over the country for … more
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