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I love to fish like many of us. It is fortunate that the sport can be safely engaged by individuals, families and all even during a pandemic. But it takes some planning and thinking to fish safely in the COVID-19 environment we live in today. As a more
Wickford Art Association (WAA) will feature the work of seven of our Juried Artist-Members: Sharon Alemany, Jodi Brown, Bonnie Jaffe, Paul Mello, Hiroko Shikashio, Frances Topping, and Cindy Wilson in an exclusive exhibit of a collection of their work. more
On Friday Mayor Joseph J. Solomon took steps to help local restaurants prepare for the next phase of Rhode Island’s reopening of the economy issuing an executive order, which expedites the … more
There will probably never be a May like this one in our lifetime. What is usually a month full of joy, celebration, and hope is now challenged by an enemy that we cannot see or hear – an … more
With that's making the headlines these days, this seemed like appropriate relief from coronavirus. I fell in love in college. She was a red 356 with leather seats and a sound like no other car I'd owned. But love can be costly, and I was a college more
By KELLY SULLIVAN In 1919, newspapers around America published American Defense Society warnings. Providing the addresses of the nearest police headquarters, the warnings read, "e;Every German or Austrian in the United States, unless known by association more
By ERIN O'BRIEN Hair coloring had all but disappeared from the store shelves the day I was in that aisle-for a friend. When I came upon the second-to-last package of toilet paper I figured my luck had changed. But in the baking aisle, where the bags of more
By CINDY FERA One of the things that I miss the most during this lockdown is going to the gym. I don't see them opening up anytime soon, so I've become creative to find things to do besides walking or running. Ideally we should be doing something to more
By DON FOWLER The announcement that the Rhythm and Roots Festival, scheduled for Labor Day weekend, has been canceled completes the list of all the arts and music festivals that we were looking forward to this summer. As theatre groups and other arts and more
By DON FOWLER I was cleaning out my files the other day and discovered an article I had written about loneliness for PrimeTime magazine back in January 2002. Eighteen years later, as we quarantine ourselves and keep our distance from others, the dilemma more
Much like blogging during the 2000s, podcasting became the No. 1 creative medium during the 2010s. There's countless topical routes one can go with when they start one, and it can be a fun thing to do with friends on a consistent basis. more
In Rhode Island charter boats can fish with in-state resident passengers as long as social distancing and all other orders are followed. However, out-of-state anglers are not allowed to fish here unless quarantined for 14 days. In a joint letter to Gov. more
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