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When in the wild as a picker, there is nothing more exciting (while simultaneously frustrating) than an estate sale. In all honesty, I personally hate them. The thought of waking up at 2:00am or even … more
Whereas many of the traditions upheld by the wedding industry can be stilted and old-fashioned, a young Rhode Islander is working to change the definition of what wedding jewelry can be. Lincoln … more
Divorce can be messy and emotional. Add to the mix the decision to sell the marital home, which is often the couple’s largest financial asset, and things get even messier.  As Rhode … more
With the exception of one year and a gap during COVID, the Las Vegas Antique Arms Show falls in late January. For me, it’s the first show after the holidays and a chance to be in warmer weather … more
“Peter and the Starcatcher” is a whimsical and enchanting theatrical experience that captivates audiences with its imaginative storytelling and inventive staging. The Community Players of … more
The Cranston Public Library is proud to host a traveling exhibit featuring a model of the proposed Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) History Museum and Cultural Center, created by The … more
Reporter, editor, and foreign correspondent William J. Kole has long been fascinated with the prospect of people living past 100 years of age. His own grandmother lived to be 104. “Her life … more
When it comes to craft beer in Rhode Island, the industry was a bit different a decade ago than it currently is today. Many local breweries were still trying to find their footing while experimenting … more
Jason Cabral was named executive director of The Gamm last August. Since then, as he put it Monday,” my job is like keeping all the balls in the air.”  His focus has been on the … more
If you grew up in Rhode Island chances are McCoy Stadium and the Pawtucket Red Sox hold a special place in your memory. Most locals agree that losing the team, and now the stadium, is a heartbreaking … more
Earlier this month we were called to handle a Kenner Star Wars collection in Albany, New York. This time of year, most people wouldn’t be too excited about driving north, but I was! I knew the … more
As I wrote about in my last blog, we had been preparing for a number of years to hold a live-fire study. We had purchased or had made all of the materials we needed, and it was time to pick a date. … more
The cold weather has certainly arrived and with it comes an increased risk of cold-related injury. While it is important to keep in mind that cold-related injury can occur in just about any month of … more
Whether it’s in your lower back, your neck, or anywhere between, if a spine issue is causing you pain, you’re not alone. Back pain affects four out of five Americans in their lifetime, … more
FAMILY FEATURES On the sweetest day of the year, a day full of flowers, love and sweets, Valentine’s Day is the ultimate opportunity to try a different dessert meant for two. … more
Beautiful pizza, like art, is subjective. Take Rhode Island’s Italian bakery specialty — pizza strips (or party pizza or party strips … or bakery pizza or red strips or … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE SCRAMBLED * * * (All About Preserving Eggs) Leah McKendrick stars as Nellie Robinson, a 34-year-old single woman who is bridesmaid to many of her friends, but never a … more
Two winners will share Music on the Hill’s 2024 scholarship, each receiving a $300 award toward their music study. Soprano Camila Brito of Cumberland and Evelyn Zhang of Providence were … more
The God of Carnage is a dark comedy written by Yasmina Reza, a renowned French playwright, and novelist. Originally titled “Le Dieu du Carnage,” it was first performed in 2006 and quickly … more
Earlier this month, Governor Dan McKee stood at the head of the State House chambers to give an optimistic address to all of Rhode Island and, while it was his speech, he was not the only one who … more
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