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So, this weekend was the first time that I actually went to a restaurant or music venue. I was a little hesitant, but my social self wanted to go out so badly that I decided to do it. On Friday night I went to a local outdoor restaurant at more
There's no other kind of music that fits the summer season as perfectly as reggae does. The laid back vibe can perfectly accompany a walk on the beach - while social distancing, of course - or a day out in the bright sun with a cool more
COVID-19 can’t stop the bugs. Well, more accurately, the Beetles.Beetle Cats, as they are known by many who sail them, are a version of a catboat. As for the Beetle, that has nothing to do with … more
Sunday we celebrated Father's Day. My dad has been gone for decades. All these years later, I still miss him. Reading all the Facebook comments and tributes to dads got me to thinking about him. Dads were different when I grew up in the more
Life has been more stressful during COVID-19 caused by my lack of technological knowledge regarding Zoom, the socially distant method of attending meetings. I use a computer like many other "e;older"e; adults; for games and Facebook, ordering on Amazon, more
I didn't expect the Democrats to let me stay in office forever, so I went back to Don Fowler for my byline, wondering if anyone was reading me. The best way to find out is to spell somebody's name wrong, get the characters mixed up, and more
Julie Andrews Filmmaker Blake Edwards was ill and could not be present to receive an award from the Rhode Island International Film Festival, so he sent his wife in his place. His wife happened to be Julie Andrews. The distinguished actress more
The COVID-19 era we're currently in has a lot of constants. There's social distancing, wearing a mask in public, staying indoors if and when you can and the steady numbers of new cases. Another one in this crazy mix is livestreaming, which more
As Father Brian Shanley reflects on his 15-year tenure as president of Providence College, he remembers what his parents told him when he was applying to colleges himself.As a senior at Toll Gate … more
I wrote my first entertainmentcolumn for the Beacon/Herald onMay 31, 1978, back when movieswere $1.25 and the Bank Café andDriftwood were the popularrestaurants in Pawtuxet Village.Bob … more
Fishing has been great in Narragansett, Mt. Hope and Buzzards Bay, along the coast and out at Block Island. But the real news last week comes from the freshwater with Dave Pickering, noted fresh and saltwater angler, author and lecturer landing a more
By DON FOWLER It has been over three months since I have taken the short drive from my Edgewood home down Allens Avenue to the East Side of Providence, where Joyce and I always enjoyed a movie at the Avon and dinner at one of the many restaurants along more
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