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On Dec. 14, 1909, Wallace Elmer Tillinghast announced that he’d invented and built an airship unlike anything seen before. For months, people wondered if Wallace was one of the greatest … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 3   * * ½ (Thin Sequel) Nia Vardalos wrote a great first movie which lost some of its charm in the sequel. While … more
While Artistic Director Tony Estrella is off performing at Massachusetts’s Huntington Theatre, he has brought in two powerful Boston based actors to play the roles of brothers Lincoln and Booth … more
Owning a home is a dream shared by millions of people. Investing in property that can be owned within 15 to 30 years of closing on the home makes more financial sense to many than continuing to rent … more
Hidden Money in Your Closet As a middle-aged person, you could be sitting on a treasure trove you never even thought of… your old clothes! As everything vintage-retro continues to rise in … more
Extraordinary expansion! Those two words best describe preparations for The Feast of La Madonna della DiFesa that begins tonight and continues through Sunday at a famed Festival field on … more
Whether it’s in your lower back, your neck, or anywhere between, if a spine issue is causing you pain, you’re not alone. Back pain affects four out of five Americans in their lifetime, … more
A common question we get, both in the clinical and research settings, is, “What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?” The terms and language around these … more
The apples are fresh and so is the leadership behind this year’s Johnston Apple Festival. As organizers prepare for this weekend’s 35th annual event, the sponsoring orchard and the … more
 Twenty-five-year-old Izaiah Montaque Harris has been tap dancing since he was old enough to walk. Taught by his choreographer mother, the Chicago-born actor/dancer honed his craft in high … more
20 Years Ago Gamm Theatre presented “The Crucible”, directed by Fred Sullivan Jr. and starring Tony Estrella as John Procter, Jin O’Brien as Rev. Hale, and Jeannine Kane as … more
With this year’s summer nearing its final weeks of existence, it’s only a matter of time until we all start wearing our favorite flannels and hoodies while experiencing the beautiful New … more
On Natick Hill, members of the Tripp and Cutter families once went to visit their deceased loved ones. Today, that cemetery, West Warwick Historical Cemetery #505, is designated as “lost” … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   THE EQUALIZER 3 * * * (Violent Vigilante Flick) You have got to like any movie that stars Denzel Washington, even one that violently depicts dozens of grossly … more
When it comes to collecting comics, most people concern themselves with first appearances, number one issues, and everything else that falls in the standard classification of a “key.” … more
The massive assortment of historic illustration art we recently acquired from the estate of sculptor Carl Pugliese has inspired yet another article from me. While the collection is full of prolific … more
The end of summer loomed and Ciarra Muller waited inside Grieco Honda’s two-story showroom, with her mother, Lacie Messier, at her side. They’ve been worried about back-to-school … more
This cozy little restaurant sits behind the Al-Mall Mini Mall at 41 Warwick Ave. in Cranston’s Edgewood section, hiding its many charms from the busy main road. Tonya and Sabrina Dimezza … more
AVON THEATRE CAMP * * * (Campy Movie About Camp) “Theatre Camp” is pure camp, in every sense of the word. It plays out like a mock docudrama, at times making you wonder if … more
My father was a brilliant, but eccentric, artist.  He often did pastel portraits of friends and family, oil painted graphic pictures of troubadours fighting bulls, carved a trio of monkeys … more
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