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It's amazing what has taken place in such a short time. Who would have thought that along with our phones, we would now have to remember to bring a mask of some kind if we are going out in public? I feel such a disconnect with people when I can't see more
Shepard Fairey may not be a household name to most Rhode Islanders, but most of the state’s residents are likely familiar with at least one of his works. A Rhode Island School of Design … more
"I coulda been a cowboy, just like Gene and Roy," goes the popular country and western song. Gene (Autry) and Roy (Rogers) were my heroes when I was growing up back in the '40s and '50s. Every Saturday afternoon, I would walk into the more
When Joyce and I celebrated our 59th anniversary, we were asked how we had survived living together all those years. My answer was simple: She worked nights; I worked days. And then there was the glib answer: We've had 50 wonderful years more
While much of our take-out has been limited to pizza, Chinese, Taco Tuesdays, and burgers and fries, the coronavirus has added Twin Oaks, Revolution, Rigatoni's and Fire Works Catering to our list. Before the pandemic, we enjoyed fine more
If you were marooned on a desert island, what one food would you choose? Remember the old parlor game where you had to choose your favorite food, book, drink and person to make life manageable? Well, here we are, quarantined or confined, more
Once in a while, a musician will deviate from the style they're known for and go in a completely different direction. They enter this abstract realm where there's no rules and they create something that isn't bound to any sort of structure. more
Given projections for the COVID-19 pandemic, Music on the Hill's chamber music festival scheduled for June 1-14, has been postponed until June 2021. The seven concerts and elementary school concert will move ahead 12 months, with a few adjustments. more
Trinity Repertory Company's improved financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America's largest independent charity evaluator, for the second year in a row after first being more
Waldo Earl Barnes was known as "e;the dead horse man."e; The son of a Providence butcher and tallow manufacturer, he followed in his father's footsteps and gained few friends in doing so. During the 1870s, Waldo ran his business from more
Last week I talked about ways you to keep up your beauty routines while salons are closed. If you don't feel comfortable coloring your own hair, there are other things you can do that can help. Because my hair is bleached, coloring it isn't something I'm more
I wrote an article for PrimeTime magazine 15 years ago titled "Giving to the Arts," emphasizing the importance that the arts play in our lives. Your support of the arts at this time in our history is more important than ever before. As we more
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