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By ERIN O'BRIEN "What's a stuffie?" Rows upon rows of open clam shells, sprinkled with paprika and garnished with parsley, looked enticing through the glass case. The young man behind the counter at the seafood market furrowed his brow and offered a more
Last week the Rhode Island Interscholastic League unveiled its tentative plans for the fall sports season. Essentially, and this is all subject to change, the league will open practices in the second week of September with the regular season beginning in more
By ROB DUGUAY The average length of a song is between three and five minutes. Sometimes music can extend longer than that, and those pieces are often formulated in the classical, progressive or jazz styles. With the 17-minute epic, "e;The Pews Are Ajar,"e; more
The Warwick Center for the Arts, located at 3259 Post Road in Warwick, is offering an OnlineVirtual Photography Class with Cindy Wilson on Aug. 12, Aug.26 and Sept. 9 from 5-7p.m. The cost for … more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago Willie Nelson headlined the Newport Folk Festival, along with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Natalie MacMaster, while Dave Brubeck, Bobby Short and Cassandra Wilson were featured at the Newport Jazz Festival. "e;Pokemon: The Movie more
By LAURA WEICK Providence Restaurant Week will look a bit different this year: by teaming up with an up-and-coming Warwick delivery business, this year's event will help Rhode Islanders "e;Stay Local, Eat Well."e; WhatsGood is a Warwick-based company that more
Ready for some stress relief?Pounding might do it.Selene Byron, who instructs pound classes for Edgewood Fitness for Women, brings stress relief and a lot more to sessions that when the weather is … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN On July 8, 1911, 500 inmates from the county jail and state prison walked out into the sunshine. It was the first breath of fresh air that some of them had taken for decades. Thanks to a plan carefully put together by 54-year-old warden more
By DON FOWLER While dining out has become one of the few forms of entertainment left to us these days, most of us cannot afford a steak at Fleming's, baked stuffed shrimp at Twin Oaks, or lobster at the Coast Guard House every night of the week. Even more
By CINDY FERA Every Wednesday I tune in at 1 p.m. to hear Gina and her newest rules. My business, running a bed and breakfast, has been closed since March. Her rules about people coming here and her threats of going back to phase one if we don't "e;knock more
The term "e;disability rights"e; is meant to ensure that individuals with disabilities are treated fairly and have equal rights to other citizens. Movie theaters have made incredible progress in the area of accessibility. There was a time when I went with my more
To find some good in this pandemic is surprising. Recreational fishing and boating businesses have been doing well in the pandemic. Outdoor activities such as fishing and boating provide individuals, families and friends an opportunity to engage in an more
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