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People sometimes disregard simple swords that are not ornate and washed in gilt or made from precious metals. I used to feel that way till I saw a simple hanger in a private collection last year with … more
The National Art Honor Society at Cranston High School East recently completed a project that touches children without families on the other side of the world. Jill Cyr, visual arts program … more
The Florida western coastline was my home last week. Hubby and I stayed with a good friend who retired to Florida five years ago, and abides in a comfy place on several acres. With a lovely salt-water pool, a yard full of colorful flowers and lush more
By ROB DUGUAY On the Fourth of July, a lot of people are going to be wearing red, white and blue, grilling burgers and dogs, having a few drinks and lighting off some fireworks when the sun goes down. It's a proper way to celebrate the birth of America. more
By DON FOWLER The Artists' Exchange, Cranston's nonprofit arts collaborative, continued its creative, inspiring One Act Play Festival for the 16th year, moving the stage out to their parking lot to perform last weekend under the blue sky, interrupted more
The Wickford Art Association will host "Small Works: 'Lil Rhody Art Show & Sale," featuring diminutive works inspired by Rhode Island's landscapes, culture and uniqueness, at its Beach Street gallery in North Kingstown from Aug. 6 through Sept. 5. All more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Among the residents of Johnston in 1870 were factory workers, grocery merchants, farmers and carpenters. One man, however, had an occupation in which he stood alone. Pertia Aldrich was in his 40s at the time he was plying his trade as a more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago Big movies this June were "Scooby Doo," "The Bourne Identity," "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" and "Blade Runner." Joanne Gentille, Russell Berrigan and Joshua Allen starred in Sandra Feinstein Gamm's production of Edward Albee's more
By DON FOWLER Studies show that a majority of people do not venture more than five or 10 miles from their home to dine out. For Edgewood residents, that opens a plethora of great restaurants in Cranston, Warwick and Providence. It also offers some fine more
We are blessed in Warwick. We have lots of beautiful beaches, each one bringing a different feel. Some are on ponds and some have ocean views. The beaches owned by the city with a view of the ocean are Conimicut Beach, Oakland Beach and City Park Beach. more
The main driving force behind what makes something collectible is that it creates a feeling of happiness within the collector. It brings an owner back to their childhood, or simply just back to a … more
By ROB DUGUAY Literally every place that relies on people gathering in their establishment to gain any amount of revenue has been affected by COVID-19. Bars, restaurants, music venues, theaters and art galleries took the brunt of the pandemic and are more
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