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Family Features For most homebuyers, their dream homes are not something they’re likely to find already on the market. With a unique vision of your dream home’s look, location and … more
METRO Kitchens are the busiest rooms in most homes. Kitchens have become more than just places to prepare meals, with many functioning as gathering spaces and even go-to dining spots in homes … more
Military clothing has always fascinated me. Thirty years ago, I began studying Civil War uniforms and reproducing some of them for historical interpretation. Surviving Confederate uniforms are fairly … more
July, the month of barbecues and Patriotism, is finally here and thriving at Bruneau & Co! We have acquired an important and extremely impressive collection of paintings and sketches by prolific … more
Lauren Slocum and Dave Steets know how to put on a show. Since 2015, Slocum and Steets have worked closely on creating what has become a Rocky Point summer tradition: Movies in the Park, an … more
Gold in those hills of Warwick, Johnston and RI Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “The desire of gold is not for the gold – it is the means of freedom and benefit.” Approximately … more
With the issue of hunger in Rhode Island on the rise in recent months as a result of the end of pandemic-related emergency benefits and increased costs, BankRI has kicked off a month-long food drive … more
METRO Consumers can never let their guard down when it comes to identity theft. Personal information is much more accessible in an increasingly digital world. Consequently, instances of identity … more
Before Covid when I was looking at some antiques on the west coast, a first national Confederate flag was brought in for me to look at. According to the person who brought it in, it was brought back … more
You don’t have to be an elite athlete to understand the negative impact an orthopedic injury or condition can have on your favorite activities. From weekend pickleball players to avid gardeners … more
After a band or musician puts out their debut record, the artistic landscape becomes wide open. There’s numerous routes to go down and various progressions to venture through while creating the … more
With the recent collection of antique toys from the Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design, there is one item in particular that has captured my attention as a beautiful period piece: A … more
Skin cancer is a serious and potentially life-threatening disease that affects millions of people worldwide. It is the most common form of cancer in the United States, with over 5 million cases … more
More than 45 years ago, Patricia Berkheimer, now of Virginia, was living in Rhode Island. The Vietnam War had been over for only a few short years and many wanted to simply move on. Others were not … more
“Hello, Don. Johnny Mathis here.” That smooth, sublime voice I so vividly remember from all the way back to the seventies was calling from California to talk about his September 23 … more
Family Features For younger homeowners and first-time homebuyers in particular, money is likely to be tight. When most available cash is directed to the best possible down payment to secure a … more
Family Features Gatherings and get-togethers may commonly take place inside, but giving your guests extra space takes nothing more than a little creativity and the right outdoor appliances. Open … more
During the 1830s-1850s the United States Army arguably had the most visually beautiful uniforms before they became more conservative in the 1860s. They were not made at all for comfort, and the dress … more
All someone needs to say is the word "Jeopardy" and people either think they are very smart or a little on the dumber side. For Cranston resident, Dan Meuse, he faced the Jeopardy rounds, final … more
The Rhode Island School of Design, commonly referred to as RISD, has long been a part of our state’s history. Part university and part museum, it was established in 1877 by the Rhode Island … more
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