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By ROB DUGUAY There’s something to be said for an artist forging their own creative identity. It’s a difficult task to accomplish, but when it’s attained it makes the craft much … more
I love spring and summer.  As soon as the weather breaks, you can find me in my yard.  It is so relaxing and rewarding to weed, rake and clean up the damage from the fall and winter … more
By JOHN HOWELL You can’t help but smile at a smile. This one is wide, curling up at the corners of the mouth. You know this is a joyous smile. It’s reflected in the shape of the … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE/ APPLE CINEMAS   DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS* * * ½ (Don & Joyce) * * * * ½(Marvel Fans) At the end of … more
I was raised by my mother for whom disappointments in life did not exist. My brother was born with Rubella Syndrome, blind, hearing impaired, cleft palate and severe developmental delay. After a … more
In 1910, Augustus Arnold could not resist the amount of money offered to him by Michael Carroll in exchange for his legacy, the longtime family homestead. The property, consisting of seven acres of … more
Restaurant Review by Don Fowler We have been fans of the Carrabba’s Italian Grill restaurant chain since visiting them in Florida many decades ago. When the Warwick Carrabba’s … more
“Who Moved My Cheese” was a great little book about dealing with things that don’t happen the way we expected and how we adapt to them. As we look at the world today, certainly, … more
As part of our theme for Military Appreciation Month, we cannot forget about our plastic soldiers. G.I. Joe was created in 1964 right here in Rhode Island by Don Levine during his tenure at Hasbro. … more
Rheumatoid arthritis is inflammatory arthritis caused by the development of antibodies that attack the joints which leads to pain and swelling. It is a chronic, relapsing disease that is more … more
We all know we owe our mothers a HUGE thank you for bringing us into this world. And sometimes finding that perfect gift to express our love is a tricky endeavor. From chocolates, necklaces, or that … more
By EMMA BARTLETT When Providence Postmaster Jeanne Jackson looks out her office window in the morning, she sees roughly 100 Postal Service trucks leaving the parking lot to make deliveries. … more
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