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By KELLY SULLIVAN Between 1870 and 1914, the first wave of Polish immigrants arrived in America seeking a better life. The late 1940s brought a second wave, followed by a third in the late 20th century. They brought with them their love of ethnic cuisine more
20 Years Ago Twenty years ago, Angelo's owner Bob Antignano asked us to try a new item on his menu - eggplant con ricciolo (eggplant with curls). The thinly sliced, deep-fried eggplant proved to be one of our favorite appetizers . and we never liked the more
By DON FOWLER My mother wasn't a great cook by any means. But could she make great coleslaw! Growing up, I was her official taster. I would stand beside her in the kitchen as she grated the cabbage, carrots, onions and peppers into fine pieces. I'd watch more
The Tony Award-winning Trinity Repertory Company, under the artistic leadership of The Arthur P. Solomon and Sally E. Lapides Artistic Director Curt Columbus, has announced the company's 57th season. In addition to the six-play subscription season more
By JOHN HOWELL With Gov. Gina Raimondo enabling restaurants to offer limited outdoor dining service, Pawtuxet Village was humming Monday. Basta, which hasn't done carry out until now, had a window open to the sidewalk for the sale of cocktails in mason more
By DON FOWLER So there we were, watching a movie online, when a message about a "e;disk read error"e; appeared on a black computer screen. After holding for a "e;technician"e; at AOL for over and hour, we paid $179.99 to be switched to one of their more
By ROB DUGUAY With all of the chaos that's happening due to COVID-19, sometimes all you can do is laugh. It's better than feeling depressed and helpless, and some of the funniest things can come from the doomiest and gloomiest of situations. To get your more
I love to fish like many of us. It is fortunate that the sport can be safely engaged by individuals, families and all even during a pandemic. But it takes some planning and thinking to fish safely in the COVID-19 environment we live in today. As a more
The state began allowing restaurants, cafés and other culinary establishments to offer limited outdoor dining services on Monday, and Mayor Allan Fung has signed a supplementary executive … more
Wickford Art Association (WAA) will feature the work of seven of our Juried Artist-Members: Sharon Alemany, Jodi Brown, Bonnie Jaffe, Paul Mello, Hiroko Shikashio, Frances Topping, and Cindy Wilson in an exclusive exhibit of a collection of their work. more
There will probably never be a May like this one in our lifetime. What is usually a month full of joy, celebration, and hope is now challenged by an enemy that we cannot see or hear – an … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN In 1919, newspapers around America published American Defense Society warnings. Providing the addresses of the nearest police headquarters, the warnings read, "e;Every German or Austrian in the United States, unless known by association more
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