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Not many know the U.S Army’s birthday is coming up on June 14th, so I thought I give a brief history about how our army came to be… The United States Army was officially formed by a … more
A man struggles with a busted garbage bag in a back alley. The proprietor, Mousy, stands proudly next to the cash register admiring his own portrait hanging on the wall. A couple embraces … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   THE LITTLE MERMAID * * * * (Disney Classic) Disney combines live action with animation, and under the sea and on land, to bring us its latest version of the … more
From “Nice and Easy” to “Fly Me to the Moon”, four talented singer/dancers, backed by a three-piece combo pay musical tribute to Frank Sinatra in this fast-paced, upbeat, … more
We recently celebrated Memorial Day, and I am so appreciative of the service members who lost their lives serving our country. Just seeing the boots and flags that represented the dead was heart … more
Thomas Clark Sr. had done well for himself since bringing his family from England to America in 1883. As a professional gardener and florist, his property at 13 Dyerville Avenue in the Manton section … more
The East Greenwich Art Club will meet at the East Greenwich United Methodist Church, 1558 S. County Trail, East Greenwich, on Tuesday, June 6th, at 7:00 -9:00 PM. The club will award scholarship … more
By Don Fowler The lawn at Warwick’s Cloud’s Hill Victorian House Museum was filled with music lovers enjoying the music of the Narragansett Brass Quintet on a beautiful Sunday … more
Darcie Dennigan’s haunting “Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight”, with music by Niki Healy, is getting its world premiere at the Wilbury Theatre Group. The musical allegory about … more
The Vasa Order of America, RI  District #3, will celebrate Midsommar Saturday, June 10th at l Little Rhody Vasa Park at 10 Boswell Trail, Foster, RI. People of all heritages are welcome to … more
Family Features That lush, green lawn most strive for is struggling to survive as our climate experiences “weather whiplash,” meaning abrupt swings in weather conditions from one … more
StatePoint Moving is a big job – and it can be a wasteful one, too, considering all of the packing material required. Make moving more sustainable with these eco-friendly tips: Space … more
The boots are empty. The 7,026 American veterans whose feet could have filled them were all killed in action since Sept. 11, 2001. “Members of the public can come, and find people … more
Both live music and stand-up comedy have their differences and similarities. Obviously, they’re both part of the entertainment industry with both creative mediums requiring the exhibitor to go … more
Like many other lifetime Rhode Islanders in their prime, (that is, old,) a great deal of time was spent at the beach when I was younger. Like many other sunbathers my body is now covered in brown … more
On Feb. 14, 1898, butcher Richard Fenner passed away in Cranston at the age of 78. His estate consisted of a good deal of property which was to pass to his next of kin. The problem was that his … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   Fast X * * *1/2 (Number 10 in the Action Series) They’re back! Dominic (Vin Diesel) and his family, which includes his crew, have a new bad guy to … more
In celebration of 90 Years of Theatre By The Sea, owner and producer Bill Hanney is proud to announce the opening of the 2023 Summer Season. The season begins with the award-winning musical, My Way: … more
The Gaspee Days celebration extends from Narragansett Parkway, through Pawtuxet Village, and into Edgewood, as the Edgewood Congregational Church presents its Memorial Day “Gaspee Fringe … more
If you follow Bruneau and Co on social media, you may remember in December Kev and I took a quick day trip to North Carolina to pick up an epic collection. We didn’t spoil the surprise then, … more
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