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The Elephant Trunk Nebula is located in the constellation Cepheus and is about 2,400 light-years from Earth. It is a dense elongated cloud of gas that contains some early protostars that have been … more
The Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce and The Washington Trust Company present the    33rd annual Apple Festival on Saturday, Sept. 11 and Sunday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 … more
These days, it can be hard to make plans months in advance. Oak Lawn Elementary School student Ryan Golditch had to do just that earlier this year when offered the chance to attend the Envision … more
What a difference attitude makes. My mother was an eternal optimist. I used to joke that if there were clothes laying on the floor of my bedroom, dirty dishes on my bureau and cobwebs on the radiators, she would look around and say "My, what a clean more
By ROB DUGUAY Horror films are a niche with a dedicated community of followers. There are folks who love nothing more than to sit back and watch something terrifying while either being compelled, shocked or even amused. Around these parts, there's a more
Summer has quickly passed without the usual array of blockbuster films, as many of us avoid the multiplexes to enjoy the comfort of our large screen TVs. And why not? Who wants to see another "Candyman" with a plot line so thin you can see right through more
Trinity Repertory Company and eight other Rhode Island performance venues and organizations have formed a partnership to provide for the safety of their audiences, artists, staff, and volunteers, based on current scientific evidence and best practices more
On Sept. 10, the Wickford Art Association (WAA) launches an exhibit that celebrates Rhode Island's diverse, vibrant and resilient food economy through FoodWorks. Last winter, with assistance from edible Rhody editor Eugenie Trevor, food-industry partners more
The Rhode Island Historical Society, in partnership with LittleFire, is pleased to present its first annual Archive Remix Film Festival. This three-night, three-location event begins Friday, Sept. 10, and will present an hour-long program of 3-minute more
By KELLY SULLIVAN One had to be brave to travel the road through Waterman's Woods. Described as creeping up a long hill through acres of woodlands, it was supposedly located near the line dividing Scituate from Johnston and was an access route to more
In September, the Galleries of the historic Providence Art Club will host the organization's annual Fall Members' Exhibition throughout the Club's three galleries on College Hill. The show will feature 150 works of original fine art with $6,000 in prize more
By DON FOWLER When I was a teenager we hung out at Scarpelli's Drive-In in Torrington, Connecticut, not just for the camaraderie, but for the best fried clams in the state. When we visited our daughter at the University of New Hampshire, we always more
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