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Not every Italian American had to wait …
It’s common knowledge that good storytellers are not always writers. With that in mind, Marge Caprara and other members of the Italian-American Historical Society (IAHS) decided that some of those … more
You’d hardly expect a 23-year-old actor from Johnston to be familiar with a 1960s rock and roll band, but Ryan Boudreau was a little taken aback when he learned that so many of the songs that are … more
21-year-old Nemisis is seen at her house in …
While the Jersey Shore continues to struggle with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, there’s a quiet little cat in Providence who knows that Sandy wasn’t the first or the last storm the New Jersey … more
JOHN STEVENS
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
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
In the early 1950s, when the Cold War was heating up, the passion for war crime trials in Europe and Asia was deliberately toned down. Were a good many guilty people in Germany and Japan spared the … more
There’s nothing like a subtle sense of humor to catch a reader’s eye and ear, which is why we were immediately charmed by a news release announcing a book by a local author several weeks ago: … more
FRIENDS OF ARLENE: Sherman School fifth grader …
Arlene, the heroine of “Arlene on the Scene,” a children’s novel about a Rhode Island fourth grader with a debilitating muscle disorder, is a girl trying to fit in with the kids … more
HIGHLY PREJUDICIAL: Job Durfee was one of the …
Almost 170 years following the grizzly slaying of a wealthy and politically powerful Cranston industrialist, the murder still remains unresolved. Yet, just one day after Amasa Sprague’s body … more
One of the central ironies of Thornton Wilder’s timeless “Our Town” is that high school drama clubs frequently stage it. The high schoolers love the play because it uses virtually no props – … more
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