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By KELLY SULLIVAN In the fall of 1897, 24-year-old Everett Hall of Providence went to the home of Walter Everett Mylod and asked if he could be cured of malaria. Mylod sat down and shielded his eyes as he stared down at the floor silently for about 10 more
In a rapidly evolving economy, there is no single pathway to success. Education, of course, remains essential. But in recent years, the established concept of schools and classrooms has … more
By TONY ANNICONE The Community Players third show of their 99th season is Tim Firth's delightful comedy "Calendar Girls," which is the true and "revealing story" of a women's group in England … more
THE ASSISTANT * * ½ (Harassment in the workplace) Rotten Tomatoes critics gave this strange movie about harassment in the workplace an 89%, while audiences gave it 21%. Who is … more
CALL OF THE WILD * * (Adults) * * * (Children) (Based on Jack London's novella) Harrison Ford has the impossible task of interacting with a computer-generated dog in this adventure tale based on Jack London's novella, "e;Call of the Wild."e; I credit the more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER "e;It was the best of times; it was the worst of times."e; There are very few people who do not know that this famous line opens Charles Dickens' epic novel, "e;A Tale of Two Cities."e; Those of us who read the novel in high school more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, will present renowned Haitian-American violinist/composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) performing "e;Redemption Songs and Sonatas"e; with the Humanist Septet at more
Theatre Review By TONY ANNICONE URI Theatre Department's first show of 2020 is "e;Richard III"e; by William Shakespeare. "e;Richard III"e; is a historical play by Shakespeare written in 1592 and is his second longest play after "e;Hamlet."e; It depicts the more
There are many silly reality shows on television, but there is one that seems to be cruel: “90 Day Fiancé.” I have watched a few episodes and, at first, enjoyed them. What could be … more
Last week I talked about intermittent fasting and cleansing. Why do I choose to cleanse? Honestly, I'm Italian and a foodie and the thought of not eating for a day or two, freaked me out. After some research, I saw the benefits and wanted to try it. more
One of the many beautiful things about music is how it can serve as a therapeutic outlet for someone to exude what they're feeling. It can happen in two ways. Listening to a song that can lift your spirits, or writing one can release more
By KELLY SULLIVAN They say things often depend on "e;who you know"e; - and in 1875, the owners of the Hughesdale Manufacturing Co. felt certain that was indeed the situation they were dealing with. A short time earlier, James Patton from Johnston had sued more
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