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A New England panel of fishing industry leaders will meet with Rep. Jared Huffman (D-CA) Monday, Sept. 28, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (ET) at his ninth listening session on the Magnuson-Stevens Act (MSA), the federal fishing law of this nation. I am proud to say more
Kathleen Crudele isn’t about to close to book on raising funds even though the MS Walk was held virtually in April. A Warwick resident, Crudele was diagnosed with MS in 2009. It was a … more
Every day life has changed amid COVID-19. Death lurks on every strange doorknob, in the breath of strangers who are unsociably distant, on the buttons of the elevator, and, unknowingly, amidst our own relatives. Death rules all television news, radio more
By ROB DUGUAY One of the many amazing things about music is how it can bring together people from different backgrounds to create something fresh. Providence synth-pop act Artist Jackie & BeatCo.Viamental is an excellent example of this. Vocalist Jackie more
More than six months after the pandemic first forced the closure of theaters around the country, Trinity Rep has announced that it will not produce in-person, indoor performances until fall 2021. During this pause in production, the organization is more
By DON FOWLER Do you remember the '50s, when we sat in front of our black and white TVs and mom brought us our TV dinners in a sectioned aluminum tray? Do you remember how tasteless those meatloaf, mashed potatoes and peas were? We progressed over the more
By CINDY FERA My favorite season is summer. I like spring because it means summer is coming. I like spring because the flowers start to pop out and you can plan your summer garden. As much as I wish summer would last longer, Mother Nature decides. Even more
By KELLY SULLIVAN After having stood for almost 200 years, the stones in Noah Mathewson Cemetery tip sleepily. Greenish-gray moss creeps up their faces, over the earthly names of those who repose beneath the ground there. Among the population of this more
INFIDEL ***½ (Religion based thriller) Movies based on actual people and events usually gain an additional half star from us, even if they appear to take poetic … more
Classes have resumed in the studios at Festival Ballet Providence (FBP) School located at 825 Hope St., with the introduction of major changes to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19, said Marissa Parmenter, director of dance education at Festival more
Be prepared to cast to fish on the surface including false albacore (albies), striped bass and bluefish. For the past five weeks anglers have been having a blast fishing for these fish that can appear on the surface during just about any fishing trip more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago Rhode Island College dedicated the John Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, in honor of the former college president who was a big supporter of the arts. Gamm Theatre presented their exciting version of "e;Macbeth."e; more
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