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Rhode Islanders have never been so ready for summer. More than a year after the pandemic shutdown, a return to “normal” life has largely, finally, arrived. Most COVID-related business … more
Recently I was contacted by a person from the Midwest who found a powder horn in his grandmothers’ closet while cleaning out her estate. I know, I talk a lot about powder horns but each one is … more
As I drive around the city of Warwick, I'm amazed at all of the changes since 2020. Many local businesses have closed permanently. Others have had to tailor their hours and mode of operation to comply with state mandates. Among the businesses that really more
By ROB DUGUAY COVID-19 forced all of us to adapt. Since the pandemic's local onset in March of last year, institutions from grocery store and restaurants to schools and offices have had to find new ways forward. It was no different for The Artists' more
At the Warwick Showcase CRUELLA **½ (Joyce) *** ( Don) While I agree with Joyce that the story is dull and stupid, I did like the acting of both Emma Stone as Cruella and Emma … more
The Newport Restoration Foundation's Rough Point Museum will have the pleasure of welcoming Rhode Island's Poet Laureate Tina Cane to the museum's Formal Garden for a reading from her recently published works on Friday, June 4, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The more
In preparation for the return to live, in-person productions, Trinity Rep has restructured and reorganized its staffing, including making three new hires to its senior management team. The organization will also be hiring dozens of new employees for all more
Green Animals Topiary Garden in Portsmouth will be buzzing this summer when “David Rogers’ Big Bugs” takes over from Friday, June 25, through Sunday, Oct. 3. Even the … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN It was without second thoughts that 32-year-old Sullivan Ballou made the decision to leave his wife and children behind while he answered the call of duty. Born March 28, 1829, in Smithfield, Ballou was the son of Hiram and Emeline more
The Wilbury Theatre Group has announced that this year's FringePVD: The Providence Fringe Festival will be extended to two weeks, July 18-31. Founded in 2014 by The Wilbury Theatre Group and presented since 2017 by The Wilbury Group in collaboration with more
Motility is something that affects us all, and has an impact on our overall health and well-being, which is why Dr. Christy L. Dibble, who is the Director of the Women & Infants Hospital’s … more
We just celebrated Memorial Day, in honor of all of those who have died in the line of duty. This mark of distinction should also include those who have served during wartimes. In many cases, their … more
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