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At one time, our ancestors were called to the task of patriotism through posters and newspaper alerts. "To all brave, healthy, able-bodied and well-disposed men in this neighborhood who have any … more
Over the years I've had lots of kinds of Thanksgiving celebrations. I grew up with 4 siblings, so every Thanksgivings was full of fun and lots of yummy food. I remember my mom dressing us up, one … more
Stephen Karam’s Tony Award winning one-act play, “The Humans,” is given a powerful, emotional presentation by the Wilbury Theatre Group at their Waterplace Center space under the … more
Thanksgiving is the traditional time every year when we count our blessings, of which I have many. My children are all adults now and no longer my responsibility. Three of them have children of their … more
If you’re either working during it or crazy enough to shop for those pointless “deals”, everyone dreads Black Friday for obvious reasons. With this being said, Small Business … more
The works of Thomas Terceira and Rosario Romare from Cranston and Warwick, respectively are currently on display as part of a new community exhibit, Small Works, a compilation of two-dimensional … more
Rhode Island's oldest community theater, The Community Players, currently celebrating their 101st season, is proud to present Dolly Parton’s smash hit 9 to 5: The Musical from December 2 … more
Marie Osmond will perform with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra at her Christmas concert “A Symphonic Christmas” on Dec. 22 at 7:30pm. Navigant Credit Union is the sponsor of … more
If you’ve been following my articles over the last few months, you know I’ve been busy with the sizeable collection of the late Andy Yanchus, who was a Marvel colorist for almost two … more
I woke up the next morning after seeing “Le Miserables” for the fifth time humming “In My Life.” I couldn’t get the haunting songs out of my head. Every member of the … more
Harry Olsen, who is now 97 years old, builds ships. That was apparent as he sat beside the model of one of the ships he served aboard as a member of the Merchant Marines during World War II. The … more
We have seen them all. From the early traditional Dickens classic, to Ann Bogart’s dark and dreary interpretation, to the first Black Scrooge and the first female Scrooge, to this … more
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