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RICHARD JEWELL * * * * (Amazing true story) Some of the best films of the year have been based on true stories (Dark Waters, Judy, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood). Richard Jewell is right up there with the best. You may remember the Centennial Park more
PAIN AND GLORY * * ½ (Almodovar's latest soap opera) Up for a Golden Globe, Almodovar's latest soap opera concerns Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas), a film director who has a number … more
Because of some events that happened in my life several years ago, I was forced to get involved with local government. Local government like the zoning board, my councilman and the then-mayor of Warwick. To this date, almost five years later, my case is more
Hubby and I went out for a nice, relaxing dinner the other evening and our table was situated near two other tables of patrons. As I perused the menu, a voice grated on my delicate hearing. In a mixture of moaning and whining, this person was complaining more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Vincent Cifelli lay inside the hospital unit of the Rhode Island State Prison on Nov. 3, 1942. The 38-year-old New Yorker was serving time for forgery and had been attacked in the prison yard on Oct. 21 by two other inmates. Cifelli was more
Food and the holidays go hand-in-hand. Across Rhode Island, families are planning Christmas dinners centered on staples such as turkey and ham – or, in the case of many local residents of … more
Back in the spring of 2015, one of the most unlikely things to ever happen in the history of Rhode Island's music scene occurred. A bunch of kids from Warwick in a band called Public Alley won the 95.5 WBRU's Rock Hunt. more
The Gamm Theatre’s artistic director, Tony Estrella, has taken the Christmas classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” adapted as “A Live Radio Play” by Joe Landry, and … more
The New England premiere of the second Clare Barron play at Wilbury Theatre Group is “You Got Older,” which is told in a series of vignettes. Barron blends reality with fantasy of the … more
Living in the moment. You hear it all the time"e; "e;Live in the moment."e; But what does it really mean? For me it means appreciating the little things, the place you are now and the people you are with. Sometimes we get so preoccupied with what we have to do more
When I was a child, my grandmother used to take me by bus to Gladdings and Macy's in Downtown Providence, where we would revel in the abundance of Christmas decorations. For some reason, the snow would always be falling to add to the ambiance. Happy to more
By DON FOWLER We "e;stepped into the holidays"e; last weekend at Warwick's beautiful 1870s Victorian home, now decorated for the holidays. As we wandered through the 12 rooms, furnished mostly with their original furniture, draperies and accessories, we more
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