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By LAURA WEICK Helen Abrams sits in a fold-up chair, adorned with balloons, on her 101st birthday outside her Wethersfield Commons home in Warwick. Surrounded by family and friends, yet distanced six feet apart and adorned in a facemask, she smiles more
During this pandemic, my daughter, Marie, has been helping me with food donations. Four times a week we go to local Stop and Shops to get bread from their bakeries and beverages from Cumberland Farms. We deliver it to the Providence Rescue Mission, more
By CHARLES L. CRONIN, III DO These can be extremely challenging times for many. It is when you may see the best, and unfortunately, sometimes the not so best in people. As they did 100 years ago, we too will endure the pandemic and come out stronger. more
One of the things that really amaze me is how hard it is to recognize people wearing face coverings. I enjoy seeing all the different designs and ways people wear them. Seeing people in their cars or on a bike wearing one is a little confusing to me. It more
By ROB DUGUAY When it comes to making a new record, the best approach for a musician is to write music they enjoy. It usually abides by a certain style and a number of influences, but it makes it more fun and often when the musician is having fun, the more
Lori Istok, a Cranston resident and owner of Lori’s Music Together, knows that “miracles do happen” – and she wants other families going through trying times to know it, … more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 To all our friends: We want you to know that although so much has changed these past few weeks, our commitment to all of you remains unwavering. We miss you! Since we are not yet able to schedule classes and activities at the more
The Wickford Art Association will feature the work of seven of its juried artist members - Sharon Alemany, Jodi Brown, Bonnie Jaffe, Paul Mello, Hiroko Shikashio, Frances Topping and Cindy Wilson - in an exclusive exhibit. This exhibit will run more
By KELLY SULLIVAN As over 500 people were interred within the walls of Roger Williams Mausoleum, located on Cyr Street in Cranston, the loved ones they left behind never imagined that this resting place would not be eternal. In 1926, Thomas Cullinan more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island is streaming virtual fitness classes every weekday at 10 a.m. as a way to meet Rhode Islanders where they are during the COVID-19 pandemic. The classes, which are typically offered only to BCBSRI members at Your more
By JACOB MARROCCO East Greenwich Drug Program director Bob Houghtaling is seeking to quell the anxiety brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, even though he knows how difficult that task may be. In an interview last week for the Beacon Communications more
The Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) has been nominated for a New England Emmy Award. The Board of Governors of the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) notified Flickers about more
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