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The Commercial Fisheries Center of Rhode Island, Eating with the Ecosystem, and the Rhode Island Food Policy Council are joining together to launch a new series of online cooking classes, "Cook a Fish, Give a Fish!" These online classes not only raise more
The column was called "What's Doing This Weekend" and included "Potpourri," a listing of arts and entertainment activities, which later became "In Brief" and then "Leisure/Calendar." I was introduced to opera thanks to the Providence Opera more
20 years ago IMAX came to Providence Place Mall. The first film was "Everest," one of the most exciting IMAX productions we have ever seen. The second one was about Michael Jordan. "West Side Story" was at Theatre-by-the-Sea. "The Perfect more
On June 1, 1903, 38-year-old George Hermann Anderson Lawson exchanged wedding vows with 24-year-old Pethellen Von Lennon at the Swedish Bethany Lutheran Church in Cranston. The couple settled at 123 Broad St. in Providence. George's more
Having a smart phone has changed my life, but not necessarily for the better! Remember before cell phones when we just had "land lines"? At first, it was a "e;party line"e; where we shared the phone access with a neighbor. Often I would pick up the more
Phase three of Rhode Island's process of reopening is currently underway. With it comes numerous establishments reopening their doors and some restrictions being lifted, even though social distancing and wearing masks in public are still in more
Rhode Island's local music community is very diverse when it comes to style and genre. If you're looking to listen to a specific kind of music, chances are that an act that calls Lil' Rhody home is putting their own spin on it. The more
So many things come to mind when I'm asked what I miss most in Rhode Island. Warwick Musical Theatre is at the top of the list. Buster and Barbara Bonoff, along with their son Larry, daughter Betsy, and longtime PR person Cheryl, were more
The good news is that the Warwick Showcase has reopened. The bad news is that we have seen all the movies. You will have to wait until July 31 for a new release, and well into August for more. Russel Crowe's "e;Unhinged"e; opens on July 31, more
You wouldn't know there is a pandemic if you took a drive to Oakland Beach. Parking lots are full at Iggy's, Iggy's Boardwalk and Top of the Bay, as well as the beach, picnic area and playground, are filled with people looking to get out of more
In 1865, the government of the United States purchased a hotel in Togus, Maine, for $50,000. The following October, it opened its doors as a home for disabled volunteer soldiers. The grounds were soon developed to include three-story more
  At times, optimism has been hard to come by during the coronavirus pandemic.As Rhode Island continues to recover, though, Tri-County Community Action Agency Director Patricia Sweet and … more
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