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As a Homeowner it is our responsibility to care for the home to preserve and extend its life and value.  Preventative maintenance in and around the home will provide both you and your … more
I will start by saying I hope nobody is bored by this week’s column. Instead of the normal industry trends and collector minded tips I feel like giving you a peek into Ashle (my fiancé) … more
The apples are fat and ready for plucking. The vendors are stocked and ready for selling. Are you hungry and ready for stuffing? The annual harvest season has arrived. And with the end of … more
Annie Bates was 38 years old when she looked out the window of her Warwick home and saw an attractive man setting up a ring for a boxing match across the street. The man was 25-yearold John Lawrence … more
As a Revolutionary War material culture guy, I get to see and handle some wonderful pieces of history. Swords, muskets, buttons, equipment, archival documents, and so much more. Being into the arms … more
Hubby and I generally eat dinner late, perched with legs outstretched on our comfortable recliners watching something good on Netflix or Hulu. When finished, after unwisely gobbling down dinner on an empty stomach, the pang of hunger still plagues me. more
Review by DON FOWLER It has been a long, hot summer for the arts community as they do everything possible to resurrect live entertainment after nearly two years of COVID. Bravo to all the artists who have found innovative ways to bring arts, culture and more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago The Rhythm and Roots Festival was in its fourth year at Ninigret Park. Host Steve Riley introduced Donna the Buffalo, Asleep at the Wheel, Marcia Ball, Natalie McMaster and a host of great Cajun, Zydeco and roots bands. Dave more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) opens Season 37 with "A Lie Agreed Upon," a timely rewrite of Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People." Written and directed by Gamm Artistic Director Tony Estrella, "A Lie Agreed Upon" explores what can happen more
The Rhode Island Historical Society will offer free admission to the John Brown House Museum and Museum of Work and Culture on Saturday, Sept. 18, as part of Smithsonian Magazine's 17th annual Museum Day, a national celebration of boundless curiosity in more
Members of the community are invited to attend Notable Works' 2021 Fall Concert and Poetry Reading, "Working Together," on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the North Providence Union Free Library. The presentation will feature poets included in two of Notable more
As a child, I remember wishing time away. It seemed like it would take forever to get to the weekends. Boy, have things changed, now that I'm in my 60s! Come Monday, I have high hopes. I start with a list of things I need to accomplish. It's a variety of more
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