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Music makes the world go round. It helps us to relax. It brings us joy. It helps to get us through tough times. Music is an important element in religious services, weddings, funerals, social gatherings and moments of solitude. And it will more
I love to eat. But I was never destined to be a chef. My wife and I enjoy different foods and are on different diet restrictions, which is why we love to dine out. Lunches, however, have always been our personal responsibilities. At a time more
With students forced to school at home, as well as forego activities such as music lessons and spring sports, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, much of the predictability of childhood routine has … more
In a time where the coronavirus pandemic rules the news cycle, Marie Hopkins wanted to bring some light to Warwick. She said she was online one day when she saw a post from a woman in Australia, … more
The crisis COVID-19 has caused is being felt by nearly everyone. Thousands have been laid off and all of us are uncertain of our future. With all the music venues, bars and restaurants in Rhode Island being ordered to close their doors, more
By ROB DUGUAY We need a feel good story now more than ever these days. It can seem like our world is falling apart. The coronavirus is keeping us inside our homes, the stock market is dropping faster than an anvil in an episode of "e;Looney Tunes"e; and many more
Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER The Hindi term for obsession is "e;chaska."e; And we quickly became obsessed with the food and atmosphere of Cranston's new modern Indian restaurant. Bright and colorful with a clear view of the kitchen, where all five chefs more
THE HUNT * (Gory, mean-spirited slaughter flick) This gory, mean-spirited slaughter movie is pure trash. It opens with a group of people emerging from the woods only to be picked off by rifles and bombs, leaving Crystal (Betty Gilpin) to single-handedly more
BLOODSHOT * (Unbelievably dumb action movie) Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a war hero who is killed in action but is brought back to life as a robotic killing machine who can re-enhance his body parts after they are blown away. Taken from a comic more
By DON FOWLER The arts community is used to fighting for federal funding for the arts, speculating as to what it would be like living without them. Thanks to this nasty virus, we are getting a bitter taste - a reality check - of just what an impact it more
So I’m sure by now all of you are impacted by the coronavirus. It’s scary and, for people in my age group, a real risk. If contracted, it can be detrimental to our health. I had a … more
Looking for what I thought would be a "e;forever home"e; for my daughter, Marie, and her friends, Ava and Paul, the economics of a mobile home came to mind. Hubby and I had lived in one when we first got married and found it to be a resourceful way to own more
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