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For Christella Merveille, the Miss Rhode Island USA pageant represents a second chance. “Depression really takes away from your energy,” she said, “[and] when I was at URI, I … more
A trip of a lifetime is coming up this week, and I am dreading it immensely.  It has caused the most anxiety of anything else I have ever done.  I have lain awake at night with worry, sick … more
Last week I had to get new tires. The shop told me that it would take an hour or two. I decided to walk over to the Dunkin' Donuts, or DD as they're now called, on Post Road. I'm a "make my own coffee" kind of girl, so I hadn't been inside a DD in more
Streaming and in theaters SUMMER OF SOUL (.OR, WHEN THE REVOLUTION COULD NOT BE TELEVISED) ***** In the summer of 1969 in a public park in the middle of Harlem, just 100 miles and a week apart from Woodstock, one of the greatest music festivals in the more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Theodore "Ted" Nordyke was born in Kansas on July 11, 1904. The son of railroad carpenter Milton Nordyke and Sarah (Baker), he would discover his career path on the basketball team at Wichita High School. In 1929, he married Margery more
Along with being a Rhode Island Music Hall of Famer due to his role as the frontman for The Schemers, Mark Cutler is always willing to teach. The Cranston resident runs a songwriting workshop … more
People sometimes disregard simple swords that are not ornate and washed in gilt or made from precious metals. I used to feel that way till I saw a simple hanger in a private collection last year with … more
The National Art Honor Society at Cranston High School East recently completed a project that touches children without families on the other side of the world. Jill Cyr, visual arts program … more
The Florida western coastline was my home last week. Hubby and I stayed with a good friend who retired to Florida five years ago, and abides in a comfy place on several acres. With a lovely salt-water pool, a yard full of colorful flowers and lush more
By ROB DUGUAY On the Fourth of July, a lot of people are going to be wearing red, white and blue, grilling burgers and dogs, having a few drinks and lighting off some fireworks when the sun goes down. It's a proper way to celebrate the birth of America. more
By DON FOWLER The Artists' Exchange, Cranston's nonprofit arts collaborative, continued its creative, inspiring One Act Play Festival for the 16th year, moving the stage out to their parking lot to perform last weekend under the blue sky, interrupted more
The Wickford Art Association will host "Small Works: 'Lil Rhody Art Show & Sale," featuring diminutive works inspired by Rhode Island's landscapes, culture and uniqueness, at its Beach Street gallery in North Kingstown from Aug. 6 through Sept. 5. All more
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