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As we get closer to Veteran’s Day, I think of those who have served our country. Veterans I knew growing up, as well as those I know now or have worked with on archaeological projects or at … more
METRO A fully finished and functional basement is a dream for many homeowners. Such a space, when completed, can serve as an entertainment space, a man cave, an artist’s studio, or any … more
You’ve scrimped and saved for years to afford your long-awaited home purchase. Inspections go well and you’re excited to close and move in. As time goes by, you begin to notice … more
Comic books as we know them have been a staple form of entertainment for nearly a century. While I have written numerous articles here about them and what they are worth, we have never discussed how … more
Broadway paid a visit to Pilgrim High School last week, or rather Pilgrim 2019 alumni Michael Harmon, a “swinger” in the Broadway MJ the Musical, returned to the stage where it all … more
Despite Halloween falling on a Monday this year, there’s a variety of fun things going on in the days leading up to the festive occasion. A few breweries are putting on some unique events along … more
The Warwick Center for the Arts is teaming up with The Gamm Theatre to share more art opportunities with its  members. The WCFA and the Gamm are offering discounted tickets for WCFA members only … more
James Monroe Eddy of Johnston wasn't going to tell anyone his secret. But, once he did, word spread like wildfire. He had unearthed pirate treasure. Born in Glocester on April 25, 1831 to Amasa … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE TICKET TO PARADISE * * ½ (Romcom) Not much romance or comedy from George Clooney and Julia Roberts. They play Georgia and David, divorced parents of Lily … more
I have been watching the period drama 1883 for the past week.  The joy of streaming television shows on aps such as Paramount is that the episodes can be watched consecutively rather than having … more
Anthony Moretti was 10 years old when he learned to make wine from his Vermont Street neighbor George Solitro. By 13, he was purchasing wine making equipment with his birthday and Christmas money and … more
Saturday night’s 78th season opening of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra concert series was a bittersweet experience as the past two beloved conductors were remembered for their … more
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