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“Did you hear that?” I stopped, Ollie tugging on the leash to carry on. The woods were quiet. Ollie was anxious, his hunting instincts had kicked in. A deer had crossed our path early on … more
“You don’t want your credit card?” asked the incredulous voice of the young man on the other end of the line. “What can we do to keep your business?” I was steadfast. “It has … more
Bushy eyebrows. You're probably wondering what that has to do with anything, least of all a birthday party. That is until you meet cousin Nicholas. He's got the wildest eyebrows of any of us in the family. I can't say that for certain, for unquestionably more
You guys know Ollie. He’s been the subject of many columns. He’s a spotted coon hound we adopted from the East Greenwich Animal Protection League some five years ago, maybe longer as we have lost … more
In the waning days of the 2018 legislative session, the Rhode Island General Assembly passed legislation (S 2734 Sub A, H 7803 Sub A) that establishes in the Ocean State the “Independent … more
113th Saint Mary's Feast this week Fun times are head this week and next weekend with the 113 St. Mary's Feast in Knightsville. Held on the corner of Cranston St. and Phenix Ave., the festival will be open this Wed-Fri from 6 to 11 p.m., Saturday from 3 more
“I’ve got to fit it,” I said. “That should be the family motto,” replied Carol. She had a good point. We’ve have lots of things that should get fixed, but somehow even though there … more
The election season of nonsensical marketing, cheap assails on competitors, and forgotten relevant philosophies, is in full gear. What may be lost in the actions exhibited so far is any relative information to real issues. Thus, begging the inevitable more
It's time that I consult a dog whisperer, if there is such a person. I thought I pretty much knew what Ollie was thinking until the other morning. Now I'm wondering if he's psychotic. Or have I triggered some genetic switch like a broken record - more
There's a good thing about swimming pools on days like Sunday. They're full of water. Then there are some not so good things about pools, like trying to keep them clean and closing them up for the winter. Actually the closing isn't nearly the task of more
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