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Grammy Award-winning artist Suzanne Vega recently released her latest album, "e;An Evening of New York Songs and Stories"e; (Amanuensis/Cooking Vinyl), and is celebrating the release with a livestreamed concert, held at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York more
By DON FOWLER Reminiscing about family holidays, featuring turkey at Thanksgiving and ham at Easter, I found myself craving a good old fashioned ham dinner with all the trimmings, even though it was still August. In all my years of restaurant reviewing, more
My son, Francis, was always fascinated with sailing. From the age of 6, he and Hubby would transverse the small lake in our backyard in a small Sunfish. By the age of 10, Francis gleefully took … more
Edgewood Cheese Shop was just named Best Cheese Shop in Rhode Island by national food magazine, Taste of Home. "e;The Best Cheese Shop in Every State"e; was a listing of the culinary wonders that these top establishments bring to each of the 50 states. more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Twenty-one-year-old Blazis Juszkewicz arrived in New York from Russia on April 30, 1902. He had crossed the ocean upon the vessel The Kaiser Wilhelm and went on to Providence, where he found work as a day laborer. The blue-eyed more
There was a time when Megan and Sean Durrigan of Cranston, like many Rhode Islanders, would pass by Hasbro Children’s Hospital without a full appreciation of just what occurs every day within … more
John F. “Jack” Galligan, 84, passed away Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at the Veterans’ Home in Bristol. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Philip and Bridget (McHugh) Galligan. He was … more
Open letter to Mayor Solomon, Can you believe, it's August 31st. Wow, what a summer this has been. Plenty of sunshine, several bonafide heat waves and only a few rainy days. On top of that, summer vacation for Warwick students started very early and more
Ready to go Working from this headquarters on Buttonwoods Avenue across from Job Lot, independent candidate Frank Picozzi and his team of volunteers have prepared 400 signs that they will start erecting throughout the city starting this Saturday. more
DUI Just after 2 a.m. on Aug. 27, Officer Zachary Black was traveling north on Post Road near its intersection with Main Avenue when he observed a 2019 Toyota Camry straddling lanes. Black initiated a motor vehicle stop on Main Avenue and made contact more
By LAURA WEICK On the grade school side of the Romerry School for Young Children, students are separated into single desks, spaced apart from each other and bordered by PlexiGlass. All high contact surfaces are frequently sanitized. And although more
The boards of the state’s two largest health care systems have voted in favor of moving toward a merger.In a statement Wednesday, Care New England and Lifespan confirmed the two entities have … more
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