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The Christmas/holiday season is when most people express their generosity and appreciation for secondary people they know, such as teachers, bosses, the mailman, the deliveryman and so forth. These individuals are gifted with mugs, boxes of candy and more
Warwick native and Pawtucket based singer-songwriter John Faraone is turning an undisclosed age on Aug. 2. If things were normal, he would probably be playing a birthday show at one of the many great music venues in Providence to celebrate more
In 2018, the band that I was in during the '80s, The Probers, reunited. David Ricci, a local record and movie producer, was interested in doing a documentary on the band. That, along with some rumblings of getting inducted into the Rhode more
Would you believe that this Cranstonian had never been to Conimicut Point Park? That's OK with Warwick residents who enjoy their own little piece of heaven while most Rhode Islanders rush off to crowded South County. Located off West Shore more
On Jan. 1, 1862, Franklin Burlingame of Warwick exchanged wedding vows with Sarah Adaline Pearce. They settled down in Washington, D.C., where he worked as a treasury clerk before opening a newspaper stand located near the main entrance more
Having a cell phone has definitely changed my life. Texting seems to be more efficient. It is fortunate that, as a writer, I have excellent typing skills. Of course, using that teeny tiny cell phone keyboard does not exactly fit my fingers on the home more
Dreams of traveling to exotic lands have been put on hold this summer, but we can still enjoy their cuisine right in our backyard, as many ethnic restaurants have reopened for take-out, delivery and dine-in service. Rhode Island is blessed more
COVID-19 has made musicians and bands get creative in different ways. In the absence of live music because of the pandemic, they don't have much of a choice. A lot of live streamed performances have happened via social media platforms like more
As a kid I secretly identified with Linus Van Pelt, Charlie Brown’s best friend, who carried his blue security blanket everywhere he went. My own blanket was not blue, but yellow, the smooth … more
Erin Elizabeth Clement and Christopher Michael Casey both of East Greenwich have announced their enagement. Miss Clement is daughter of Mrs. Florence Clement of the Atria Harborhill, Warwick and the late Irving H. Clement. She is a graduate of Rocky Hill more
The Washington Trust Company, a longtime supporter of Trinity Rep recently committed to sponsoring the theater's Facebook Live show, "Your Half Hour Call with Curt Columbus." Hosted by Trinity Rep's artistic director, Columbus is joined each week by more
On your left is the water; on your right is an old-growth forest. Along the way are ball fields and a sandy beach. Warwick City Park is the perfect place to spend a few hours, a chance to get away from it all. Located at the end of Asylum more
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