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For me, Patriot’s Day goes on all year long. I’ve been infatuated with the American Revolution since I was a 7-year-old kid and was in Concord and Lexington for the 200 th anniversary. … more
Mothers’ Day is celebrated on May 12th. The first traces of Mother’s Day can be found in Greek mythology when goddess Rhea, the mother of Zeus, was honored in spring. In the Middle … more
Many people come into my clinic and say things like, “I almost didn’t come in for this” or “I’m not sure if this is a big deal” or “I just mentioned this to … more
It’s the folksy, popular slogan that is just part of the rich history of the Narragansett Brewing Company.  Founded in 1890, the brewery was once one of Cranston’s largest employers … more
As an auction house, the core part of our business in which we acquire material to sell is by going on house calls. A “house call” is simply when someone makes an appointment for us to … more
Often positioned near the primary point of entry, mudrooms are a popular addition to many family homes. These organizational dynamos are the perfect place to catch muddy boots, backpacks, sports … more
Music on the Hill will celebrate its sixteenth chamber music festival in the West Bay with seven concerts as summer begins. Concerts pair familiar works by Bach, Mozart, and Brahms with exciting new … more
Get ready to be swept away into a world of enchantment as BalletRI proudly announces its upcoming world premiere production, Cinderella. The glittering rags-to-riches story will be choreographed by … more
Soccer brought them together about six years ago at Teamworks in Warwick and this Saturday they will exchange wedding vows at St. Francis Xavier Church in East Providence. Lillian Angel … more
This musical gem effortlessly blends toe-tapping tunes with a powerful message of love and inclusivity. The Community Players of Pawtucket wraps up its 102nd season with “The Prom” based … more
The Concert, a celebration of the music of Disney’s iconic Princesses performed by Broadway and West End stars, visits the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) on Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 … more
Backyard barbecue season is starting to heat up. Although many people grill all year long, grilling season kicks into high gear in spring and summer. Burgers will always be quintessential … more
Hubby does all of our grocery shopping, (thank you, Dave’s Marketplace!) I am not familiar with the cost of groceries, but news articles tout the fact that prices have increased by almost 6%, … more
I went for a walk in our magnificent Roger Williams Park Zoo. It was a bright sunny day and the marvelous elephants and monkeys were out, alongside magnificent dragons and mythical marvels from … more
The circus is coming! The circus is coming! I still remember when I was a young boy hounding my parents with those words every year when the circus came to town. I remember the circus train … more
A Trip to Fort Ticonderoga A couple of weeks ago I took a drive up to Fort Ticonderoga to do some research. I hadn’t been there since 2014, so I was looking forward to getting up there … more
Sun-gazers gathered at the Marion J. Mohr Public Library and Johnston Senior Center Monday afternoon to cover their eyes with cardboard and stare at a slowly shrinking orange sphere. Backyard … more
If you are a frequent reader of my articles, then you have heard me mention the name “Andy Yanchus” a time or two. Andy was a lifelong collector, a true archivist of everything and … more
GWM: Mike, let’s start with today. You live in Rhode Island and are a journalism professor at the University of Connecticut.   Tell us about your responsibilities and the courses you … more
Navigating the terrain of teen hood can be tumultuous.  In this digital era, the complexities of the teenage years are compounded by evolving forms of harassment - from the traditional … more
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