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Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer is seeking applications for its sixth annual event, which will help raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research. Bakeries, cafés, pastry shops … more
By IAN DONNIS Rhode Island's primary election on Tuesday will indicate whether Rhode Islanders want a more progressive General Assembly. The Rhode Island Political Cooperative - whose platform includes issues like a $15 minimum wage, higher taxes on the more
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rhode Island Office of Veterans Services (RIVETS) has continued to provide case management, information and referral, and one-to-one assistance at the Veterans Resource Center located at 560 Jefferson Boulevard in more
There's a troubling sociological movement that seems to be only gaining momentum and followers as we plough forward through our increasingly uncertain modern era. No, we're not talking about the propensity people had to stock up on toilet paper over food more
By K.JOSEPH SHEKARCHI The Coronavirus has taken a gruesome human and economic toll on the country and our state. Along with the entire nation, the Rhode Island General Assembly awaits action from the Congress to provide aid to states and individuals more
My mother, God bless her soul, refused to take any medication except for eye drops for her glaucoma. (Her dad was totally blind from glaucoma, so she made this one exception.) She would suffer through a headache by putting a cold rag on her forehead and more
By KELLY SULLIVAN The more you have to bequeath, the more there is to fight over. The family of the wealthy founder of Brown University became well versed in litigating over legacies. Warwick resident Caroline Matilda (Clements) Brown, the widow of more
The Preservation Society of Newport County will host two online lectures in September featuring members of its staff speaking on topics in their areas of expertise. Registration for each lecture is required by sending an email to more
By ROB DUGUAY When he's not spitting rhymes as the frontman for the Providence hip-hop band Toad & The Stooligans, Mike Jencks is doing the same thing but in solo fashion. The West Warwick resident has his own project that goes by the name of Toadstool more
Though the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of over 100 Trinity Rep performances, classes, and events this spring and summer, it will not end Trinity Rep's 43-year history of presenting "e;A Christmas Carol."e; Since it will not be practical or more
By DON FOWLER Hundreds of members of the live events community gathered at the steps of the Dunkin' Donuts Center last week to show their support for federal legislation that would support workers in the arts community. We are all aware of the thousands more
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