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NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE * * (Mediocre animated sequel) I guess there are supposed to be some life lessons for the kids in this sequel, which actually sends them some mixed messages. The hour and a half animated feature becomes with the squirrels more
THE GLASS CASTLE * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Dysfunctional family drama) Woody Harrelson stars as the dysfunctional father of four who leads his wife (Brie Larson) and kids on an unconventional nomadic journey, looking for the right spot to settle more
Last week I thoughtfully worked on this column. Alas, somehow, when sending my thoughts, they were interspersed into outer space, similar to when people teleported from one place to another on … more
2nd Story Theatre’s Artistic Director, Ed Shea, conceded to an opening night audience of John Van Druten’s “Bell, Book & Candle” that the last two plays at the Warren theatre were not that … more
As if teaching a room full of teenagers at the peak of their hormone production and social-emotional development wasn’t difficult enough when the most distracting form of inter-student … more
Each year, hundreds of parents are faced with the difficult task of finding the perfect preschool to nurture and educate their children. Looking can be burdensome, especially when there are so many … more
“On behalf of Governor Raimondo, I am pleased to inform you that you have been selected to receive a Rhode Island Executive Branch Employee Recognition Award in Community Service. The Community … more
This summer, we embarked on a Staycation. The term “Staycation” seems to be a relatively new one, derived from the need for people to feel as if they’re on vacation while maybe not … more
Solarize Cranston will hold two upcoming events for Cranston residents in August. With less than a month before the program deadline, residents will have the opportunity to learn about this unique group - buying solar program, which launched on June 7. more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston Action Network (CAN) wasted no time making panhandling the crux of its protest last Thursday, occupying the intersections of Pontiac Avenue, Park Avenue and Rolfe Street to solicit donations. After U.S. District Court Chief more
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