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Technically, Wyverns are cool two legged dragons from European mythology, but that’s not what I am here to write about. Instead, I want to discuss Wyvern the collectible card game, which … more
The national tour of the time-honored family musical “Annie” kicked off Jan. 31 at the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC). The tour, which runs through 2024 and is scheduled to stop … more
Move over David Baldacci and John Grisham, there’s a new kid in town, and he just may give you a run for your money. And not only does he come from our great state, but he started his … more
There’s a case to be made that Providence hip hop artist ToadStool has gotten to a level to where he’s one of the most prolific artists in all of Rhode Island. This case can even be made … more
Again today, the news flashed a picture of a gentleman who was mentally ill and homeless who was maltreated by the police in Florida. Body cam footage showed the officers throwing him to the ground … more
A group gathered at Cranston’s William Hall Library last week in commemoration of the Holocaust, viewing excerpts from Ken Burns’ PBS Special, “The US and the … more
As Frank Martin Rittman grew weaker, police officers repeatedly approached his bed at Rhode Island Hospital in an attempt to gain further information regarding who had shot him. But Rittman had given … more
20 Years Ago Roberto Benigni’s live version of “Pinocchio” was a bomb. The story of con artists Frank Abagnale starred Leonardo DiCaprio with Tom Hanks playing the FBI agent on … more
METRO Soup can be a delicious meal for lunch or dinner or even make for a comforting snack. The versatility of soup undoubtedly contributes to its appeal. Just about any ingredient can go into a … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   MAYBE I DO * * ½ (Dumb RomCom) Grace (Diane Keaton) and Sam (William H. Macy), two lonely people in unhappy marriages meet and spend a happy platonic … more
If you’re familiar with Rhode Island, you’re probably familiar with the Wickford Art Festival. But are you familiar with the festival’s unofficial founder, John E. Huszer? As you … more
A new year, a new beginning.  With the arrival of 2023, many of us use this annual marker to stop and think about where we have been, and where we’re going.  It’s a chance to … more
METRO If asked to name the No. 1 killer of women, many people might be excused for providing an incorrect answer. Various issues affect women’s health, and some issues garner more attention … more
Ensuring body balance when performing activities, especially in standing, requires coupling of the  opposite hand and foot:  “The Opposite Hand and Foot Rule.” During an … more
The other night my father was scanning some old slides and sent me a picture of me on April 19, 1975, at the 200th anniversary of the battle at Lexington and Concord. I was nine years old at the time … more
Playwright Young Jean Lee has been called “the most adventurous downtown playwright of her generation” by the New York Times. Wilbury Theatre Group Artistic Director Josh Short … more
Margaret Ann Armstrong, the daughter of Elmer and Margaret (Powell) Armstrong, grew up in Cranston and graduated from Cranston High School. Her father was the manager for Almac’s Supermarkets … more
Director Brian McEleney has been involved in a multitude of Shakespeare plays over his 40 years at Trinity. Who better to direct a play about one of the bard’s most complicated characters. … more
I am usually out the door heading to work first thing in the morning. Needing sustenance, grabbing a banana, or downing a yogurt has been sufficient, but this year I decided to spruce it up. For … more
NETFLIX DOG GONE * * * (Family Film) I grew up with Timmy and “Lassie Come Home.” “Dog Gone” requires the same handkerchief. Rob Lowe plays a successful … more
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