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It was so nice to have this past Monday off as a holiday! I unceremoniously slept until ten in the morning, then slovenly sat on the couch, drinking tea, binging on the television show "Below Deck". Most other holidays involve some sort of celebration; more
At the Warwick Showcase and streaming on HBO Max If you liked the craziness of the "Guardians of the Galaxy" series, you will go crazy over "The Suicide Squad," a DC Comics spoof that pulls all the plugs with over two hours of violence, humor, adventure more
In celebration of the return to live theatre, owner and producer Bill Hanney is proud to present an encore of Theatre By The Sea's massive hit production of the international sensation "Mamma Mia!" The show will be presented from Aug. 18 through Sept. 5. more
During the 1940s, Olive Cooper lived on Narragansett Boulevard in the village of Edgewood and worked as a bookkeeper for Worrall Trucking Company in Providence. The daughter of Henry and Sarah (Cook) Cooper, she had never married but more
There's a fork in the road at Old Forge Road. Take a right, and you can drive into the parking lot at Safehouse, a fine dining restaurant that we have enjoyed on occasion. Turn left and there is the parking lot for The more
'Resilience' showcases Native American artists Warwick Center for the Arts, located at 3259 Post Road in Warwick, will host "Resilience: A Juried Exhibit for Native American Artists" from July 31 through Sept. 4. This exhibit is a collaborative more
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) has announced a new art exhibition on display at TF Green Airport's GREEN SPACE Gallery, a partnership between RISCA and the Rhode Island Airport Corp. (RIAC). The gallery now features works by Rhode more
I was interviewed recently on The Rhode Show on Channel 12 to discuss the appropriate level of risk that our investments would be exposed to.  Needless to say, the acceptable level of risk is … more
Children often dream of the day they can call themselves grown-ups, but few look forward to - let alone think about - the financial realities of independence. It's never too early to start teaching … more
I normally talk about cool early items in my blog, but the other day one of the most amazing artifacts with just as amazing a story came along. Chief Petty Officer Thomas J. Evans, United States … more
Only spiders reside in the dark second floor. Scant streams of sunlight illuminate their few wispy webs, which have been strung between arched banister rails. The house is dark. The windows are … more
By ROB DUGUAY Since we talked to him last summer, Cranston resident Jake Hunsinger has progressed a ton as a musician. He's been playing gigs all over Providence with his backing band, The Rock Bottom Band. He's also been playing solo in various more
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