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BETRAYAL: The Last Supper is a favorite subject …
To you, it’s just a carved plaque that represents an Amish boy and girl holding hands on a country road. To Tony Patriarca, it represents centuries of tradition and the evolution of a way to use … 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
One of the fastest growing segments of the food market these days is gluten-free products. When Joe Hitzemann started the A & J Bakery in Cranston it was because his son had a nut allergy and … 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
WALTER is a grey and white, neutered, male cat …
It’s one of those “good news-bad news” stories out of Hollywood. The digital age has offered moviemakers a way to make great movies with animals without putting them in harm’s … more
Todd Sabelli grew up around food and the food business. As everything from dishwasher to waiter to heir apparent at the former Cappelli’s Restaurant on Post Road in Warwick, it’s no surprise that … more
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
FIELD DAYS AND MODESTY: Although the bathing …
If you live in Warwick, you have been down West Shore Road and if you’ve ever paid attention, you’ve seen a modest sign that says “Cole Farm.” It’s not as likely that you know the story of … more
On Oct. 12, the Victorian mansion house at Clouds Hill will hold a Harvest Dinner to serve as a premiere of the new Henry A. L. Brown Agriculture Collection at Clouds Hill. The well-known Warwick … more
This is the most famous and reproduced photo of …
When Pawtucket native William Jennings decided he wanted to study maritime history, he took advantage of the fact that the Munson Institute is located just over the border in Mystic, Conn. Making it … more
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