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By late November 2022, Tommy Hardiman’s diseased heart was failing so badly that his medical team at Tufts Medical Center in Boston feared he could soon die. For months, Hardiman, a Foster … more
Director Taavon Gamble has gone full throttle with Harvey Fierstein and Jerry Herman’s high energy musical, “La Cage aux Folles” filling Trinity Rep’s Dowling Theatre with … more
A day to celebrate fathers is approaching. My dad has passed on...but it is comforting to recall pleasant memories of him, and appreciate his good qualities. We traveled 6 months out of the year when … more
METRO Debt is a four-letter word, and in many instances, a high amount of debt is perilous. However, debt isn’t always a black mark on individuals’ financial résumés. … more
Ortho Rhode Island is known for pioneering the latest in orthopedic care, but innovation doesn’t just mean new technology – it also means exploring new ways to make every appointment as … more
If you are a dedicated reader of this article over the past six plus years, then you know the one collectible that gets me excited more than anything else is robots. Not just any robot though, … more
A Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecologist is an OBGYN with subspecialty training in caring for children, adolescents, and young patients with gynecologic concerns. Most OBGYN residencies don’t … more
On Feb. 10, 1933, the Johnston home of Richard Henry Lee burned to the ground, reportedly destroying hundreds of historic relics belonging to the famous Lee family of the south. Richard’s … more
Theatre By The Sea opens its summer season with a dazzling old chestnut of a musical, “A Chorus Line.” The musical, which plays for nearly two and a half hours without intermission, … more
In March I stood in front of the old mill and listened to the Pawtuxet River churning just beyond the brick building. Then I reached for the door with the sign, “Throat Punch Nation.” … more
By ROBERT DUGUAY For the past 20 years, FirstWorks has been a vital entity in Rhode Island’s cultural sphere with their inclusion of world-class performing arts while accompanying these … more
“Once” the musical is a heartfelt and enchanting production that shines with its simplicity and authenticity. “Once,” book by Enda Walsh; music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and … more
“Once”, the minimalist movie that became a theatrical hit is the simple story of unrequited love. Set primarily in a Dublin bar, the simple tale has some nice music and lighthearted … more
Mark-Anthony Thompson loves to play Fortnite, like most modern day teens. Some evenings you can hear him warning fellow players to watch out for snipers, legendary back bling and the impending … more
I’ve recently been cataloging loss petitions for the Battle of Bunker (or Breed’s) Hill I’ve been compiling for some time. They are scattered through the volumes of documents at the … more
Watching the news lately has been depressing, with wars, politics, shootings, flooding and tornedos. I almost do not want to turn on the television for fear of what catastrophe has occurred and how … more
Regardless of what you like to invest in, every market is cyclical in that it goes through periods of peaks and valleys. Markets are always changing, and it is our job to monitor them. Of all the … more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) will hold its annual gala on Friday, June 14, starting at 6:30 p.m. at its home at 1245 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick. Themed Play On! in reference to … more
During World War II, two Warwick brothers left home to do their patriotic duty, keeping in touch through letters. Joe Czerkiewicz was serving with the 90th Quartermaster Battalion in France and Eddie … more
The signs are unmistakable — summer's coming, at last. The Music on the Hill festival begins Monday, on Memorial Day afternoon. No matter the weather, make music part of your holiday! At … more
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