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Everyday life seems to have changed in many ways. It has been said that foods are saltier today than years ago because manufacturers use excess salt to preserve food and to increase the flavor. I am not buying it (that is, not believing it). I am a salt more
Spring is less than six weeks away. The thought of warm days, flowers blooming and birds chirping is exciting to most. What some people dread about the warm weather is the thought of not having sweaters, pants and hoodies to hide behind. Now is a great more
  If laughter is the best medicine, Louise Cadieux knows how to administer just the right amount. Cadieux, who works as an activities assistant at Cherry Hill Manor in Johnston, said humor … more
The setup for a rock band is a fairly standard one - the drums, guitars and bass that make for an amplified sound. The end result comes from the artistic direction the band goes in, and it can go in a variety of ways. Rhode Island rock act more
BIRDS OF PREY * * ½ (Twisted female anti-hero tale) Margot Robbie plays twisted, psychopathic anti-hero Harley Quinn in this throwback to the days of "Kill Bill.” Sub-titled … more
THE RHYTHM SECTION * * ½ (Revenge tale) Blake Lively plays the ordinary woman put into an extraordinary situation after her family is killed by a bomb in a plane crash. She decides to … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The late, great playwright August Wilson has given us a play a decade, showing us the black experience in Pittsburgh. We've seen all of his plays at Trinity Rep, and they just keep getting better, right up to "e;Radio Golf,"e; more
The expressive music of electric violinist Josh Knowles rings through The Vets in Providence for one weekend only. Like a music video come to life, the Boston-based singer/songwriter and his entire band will accompany Rhode Island's professional ballet more
Epic Theatre Company is has reunited the team from its smash production of Lauren Gunderson's "e;The Revolutionists"e; to produce the first major local revival of John Pielmeier's "e;Agnes of God."e; This searing story of a young nun faced with an impossible more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, will present global pop star Angélique Kidjo at The VETS on Saturday, … more
You don’t want to get married on Saturday, as it is unlucky. That was the belief in the late 1800s and the beginning of the 20th century. Monday, by contrast, was the day to tie the knot … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Ellanor Francis (Budlong) Wilcox decided to set out on a short trip with her mother and son on July 25, 1904. The 35-year-old dressmaker, who had married Frederick Bacon Wilcox on Oct. 9, 1894, and divorced a few years after, was living more
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