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By KELLY SULLIVAN The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming was founded in England by James and Jane Wardley. A woman by the name of Mother Ann Lee brought the religion to the shores of America in 1774 and, eventually, 19 settlements more
By DON FOWLER In this time of uncertainty, we can use all the comfort we can get. Google "e;comfort food"e; and you'll find a photo and recipes for meatloaf, the No. 1 dinner that brings back memories of your youth. My mother added Lipton onion soup and a more
By DON FOWLER Staying at home does not necessarily mean staying in the house. Those of us fortunate to have a front or back yard and some property to grow a garden or flower bed can look forward to spring and the opportunity to enjoy good weather. more
In response to ongoing developments with the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and out of concern for the health and safety of audiences, performers, musicians, crew members, and staff, Theatre By The Sea's owner and producer Bill Hanney has announced that more
The 15th annual Roving Eye International Film Festival at Roger Williams University, presented in collaboration with the Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival, kicks off April 27 and runs through May 3 for the first time ever as an online more
Ann Hood, a best-selling author, has been named the new leader of Epic Theatre's Book Club. Hood's books include "e;An Italian Wife,"e; which was adapted for Epic's stage a few years ago, as well as "e;The Red Thread,"e; "e;The Book That Matters Most"e; and, most more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School has crafted a unique way to connect the Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts community to live classical music. On Saturday, May 2, at 1:30 p.m. (rain date May 3), in neighborhoods all over the region, 72 more
The striped bass bite this year has been early and strong. School bass arrived two to three weeks early with large numbers of fish in the 20-inch range and now a good number of fish in the 26-inch to 30-inch range are being caught. Ken Ferrara of Ray's more
Making music while abiding by a theme is a lot more difficult than it looks. Often it can come off as kitschy to the point where the listener won't take the band seriously. Providence's Blackletter is one of the few who can pull this off more
Shepard Fairey may not be a household name to most Rhode Islanders, but most of the state’s residents are likely familiar with at least one of his works. A Rhode Island School of Design … more
Accepting the fate of having to stay home for the time being, I have given up my yearning to get back into the office to work. Hubby, who is perfectly content staying home for the rest of his life, rewarded my newfound freedom of spirit by creating a more
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