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Watching the news lately has been depressing, with wars, politics, shootings, flooding and tornedos. I almost do not want to turn on the television for fear of what catastrophe has occurred and how … more
Regardless of what you like to invest in, every market is cyclical in that it goes through periods of peaks and valleys. Markets are always changing, and it is our job to monitor them. Of all the … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School presents Beethoven & Bronfman, part of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School’s 2024 Gala Celebration. Yefim … more
The Thirsty Beaver needs no introduction. Since the day it opened its doors, it has been the place to go for people who want to be at the hub of the action, consume good, reasonably priced … more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) will hold its annual gala on Friday, June 14, starting at 6:30 p.m. at its home at 1245 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick. Themed Play On! in reference to … more
During World War II, two Warwick brothers left home to do their patriotic duty, keeping in touch through letters. Joe Czerkiewicz was serving with the 90th Quartermaster Battalion in France and Eddie … more
The signs are unmistakable — summer's coming, at last. The Music on the Hill festival begins Monday, on Memorial Day afternoon. No matter the weather, make music part of your holiday! At … more
In Pawtuxet Village, Memorial Day Weekend hits a little bit different. Instead of the usual backyard barbecue, it’s the height of Gaspee Days, which celebrates the burning of the HMS Gaspee by … more
He’s a successful businessman. He’s highly opinionated. And he’s someone that has had a very unique pathway to achieving his goals.  As a freshman at Central … more
Get your throwing arms in shape. Cranston Cares is setting up a dunk tank at the Cranston Police Spring Fest on Sunday, May 19. "We are very thankful to all the volunteers for their support to … more
Many times, I’ve been asked about musket balls and how they fit in the bore of a gun during the American Revolution. Unlike today where the bullet fits tightly into a rifled bore, this was not … more
The music festival season is already underway with tons of events taking place either over the course of an entire day or a whole weekend. There’s a bunch of others that have been slowly but … more
The Players at the Barker Playhouse closes its 150th mainstage season with “Wonder of the World.” It’s a quirky play that takes the audience on a wild and whimsical journey filled … more
Mark and Catherine Lindsay of Main Avenue, Warwick, celebrated their 50th   wedding anniversary surrounded by love and admiration from their entire family at Wright’s Farm Restaurant … more
Warwick Showcase THE KINGDOM OF THE PLANET OF THE APES * * * * (Sci-Fi Sequel) The fourth in this epic drama once again asks the question: "Why can’t we all get along?” … more
On June 9, 1908, an agent representing the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals squared off in court against Welcome Hoyt Cottle, a farmer and expressman who resided on Snake … more
Futuristic medical treatments seem to have made their way to the forefront.  What was once seen as science fiction has now joined the mainstream.  Who would have thought, 50 years ago, that … more
When Landon Vazquez takes the soccer field, it’s hard for his mom, Erin, not to get emotional. It’s not because of the cute-factor of a bunch of 5-year-old kids running around in … more
Crystal Vizcaino tried not to cry. She rubbed at an uncomfortable false eyelash while sitting in the back booth at J&T’s Breakfast & Lunch. Vizcaino’s used to waiting tables … more
METRO Debt continues to be a major concern for households across North America. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York Center for Microeconomic Data found total household debt reached $17.29 … more
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