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FERDINAND * * * * (Lovely children's story) Taken from a classic children's book, Ferdinand is the story of Ferdinand the Bull, a large creature who looks ferocious but is as sweet and gentle as a pussy cat. John Cena provides his voice, as he is raised more
STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI * * * * (Classic Star Wars)If you are a fan of the classic sci-fi series (Who isn’t?), you’ll love the latest sequel to this never-ending space story in a … more
During this holiday season, the national spotlight on Rhode Island should have happily focused on the wonderful holiday events; the many theatrical performances of A Christmas Carol" and the Rhode Island Ballet. The holiday concerts of many churches and" more
Cranston High School West has announced their academic honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. Students are recognized for achieving academic success using the following designations: Highest Honors: a grape point average of 4.0 or more
THE GREATEST SHOWMAN * * * (Movie musical about P.T. Barnum) If you like movie musicals, this story about how P.T. Barnum got his start is pleasant and entertaining. Hugh Jackman is good as Barnum, adding a pleasant singing voice to his performance. We more
The holiday season joyously reunites my family. Although Francis is not entirely a Prodigal Son, he is the one child who moved out of state to seek his fame and fortune. Having his Ph.D. from Cambridge specializing in Human Computer Interaction, he has more
STACEY M. FERRANTI DR. MARC M. BOCHNER Gail and Morris Bochner of Cranston proudly announce the engagement of their son, Dr. Marc Michael Bochner, to Stacey Marie Ferranti of Cranston. Stacey is the daughter of Kathleen and Michael Ferranti of Cranston. more
The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (OER) announced that, beginning January 1, 2018, municipalities, businesses and individuals would benefit from a uniform, statewide solar permit application, which streamlines the building and electric permit more
To the Editor: School-funded music programs create environments for children to work together and support each other. Music programs provide opportunities for young people, regardless of their academic or athletic skills, to learn more about a common more
To the Editor: Facts are stubborn things was the theme of Chris Curran's op-ed piece in Beacon Communications papers on Thursday, 12/21 - except that most were invented by him. His first fact was that Trump has formed an oligarch in his administration. more
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