Rhody Life
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On Friday, Aug. 6, Wickford Art Association (WAA) launches "Small Works: Lil' Rhody Art Show & Sale" featuring diminutive works inspired by Rhode Island, our landscapes, culture, and uniqueness, at the association's Beach Street gallery. The exhibit and more
Connecticut author Martin Podskoch has authored books about the Civilian Conservation Corps camps in Rhode Island and other locations, plus travel guides for all of the cities and towns in … more
One of the iconic swords of the mid to late-18th century is the British sea service cutlass with its distinctive “double disc” thin iron handguard, iron grip, and imposing blade. These … more
Grains are an important component of most people’s diets. All grains begin as “whole grains,” but processing often alters grain products, resulting in foods that don’t pack … more
Medical care in the United States is extremely expensive. We spend 3.8 trillion dollars annually (11,000 dollars per person). Other nations spend less than half of that (5,000 per person). In spite … more
The COVID-19 pandemic hit Johnston hard. According to data from the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), Johnston ranked fourth in the state for COVID infection rates. Based on the most … more
As a first-time author, Lauren Ruggiano has found a new way to channel her voice. Chris Woodhouse, meanwhile, has used his skills as an illustrator to bring her words to life visually. The two … more
Earlier this month on July 10th at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers we hosted our Spring Comic, Trading Card, and Toy auction with record setting results. The bidding action was non-stop the entire time … more
My trip to South Carolina was a nightmare. Having arrived late at night only to find our hotel had been cancelled was like a bad dream. Sitting on a bench in the hotel pick-up area, perspiration poured down my face and gathered in my eyes and I could not more
The 25th annual Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF), running Aug. 9-15, is a major destination on the Festival circuit and recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a Qualifying Festival in all short film more
At the Warwick Showcase OLD ** Look up "one-trick pony" in the dictionary (remember those?) and you'll see a photo of M. Night Shyamalan. "The Sixth Sense" was one of the best movies I have ever seen. Unfortunately, the writer/director has not been able more
By KELLY SULLIVAN A historic military figure once wiled away his summer days at a vacation home on Warwick Neck. Gardiner Carleton Sims was born in Niagara Falls, New York, on July 31, 1845, the son of Helen McDonald and ferryman George Sims. As a young more
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