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By DON FOWLER Joyce and I sat on the grounds of the Clouds Hill House Museum two years ago to hear the Narragansett Brass Quartet perform as part of the popular Music on the Hill annual summer concert series. The pandemic put a hold on the series last more
The annual cultural festival that takes place at Festival Pier along the Pawtucket River will need to be postponed until next year. The tough decision to not stage this popular event was made by festival organizers to ensure the safety of everyone more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Peter Lynski came to America from Lithuania in 1905. A weaver, he married Ustina Stavrus and fathered six children - Walter, Anna, Eva, Jennie, Joseph and Catherine. On June 2, 1924, Ustina died in Providence at age 32. Their youngest more
Restaurant review by DON FOWLER My son-in-law called to tell me about having dinner in an old gas station in East Greenwich - Huck's Filling Station, located at 4654 Post Road. "Four of us shared this short-rib platter for $86. It had great short ribs, more
The Preservation Society of Newport County will open Marble House and the gardens and grounds of The Elms, beginning Friday, May 28, just in time for the start of Memorial Day weekend. The Breakers and Green Animals Topiary Garden are both already open more
As with many businesses there are terms and abbreviations used within the process which we do not always understand. In a Real Estate transaction there are many. Often as a Realtor I find myself … more
By ROB DUGUAY Cranston's Ian Lacombe has a talent for songwriting and he fuels it in two bands. He sings and plays guitar in the jazz and blues based rock act Route .44, and he also plays bass in the gypsy blues band Consuelo's Revenge while taking the more
The COVID crisis has highlighted an area of continued concern; food insecurity for hundreds of elderly and disabled individuals who are homebound. With the threat of a deadly pandemic, many people are finding themselves isolated from their families. more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Joseph Matthew McPhillips contacted the authorities on Sept. 22, 1935, to inform them his 1-year-old daughter, Rita Claire, was dead. After the medical examiner determined that the child had died from "malnutrition - actual starvation," more
By DON FOWLER While most arts organizations are planning for openings in the fall, the Rhode Island Philharmonic has been offering its loyal supporters live and online concerts through the pandemic. Last Saturday's Mahler concert was a unique experience, more
The Preservation Society of Newport County has received the prestigious Garden Club of America Historic Preservation Medal for 2021, recognizing the Society's "outstanding achievements in preserving historic homes, gardens, and landscapes of more
After a pause in in-person performances that began in March 2020, Trinity Repertory Company announces a return to in-person theater production beginning in November 2021. A shortened 2021-22 season will begin with Trinity Rep's 44th annual production of more
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