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This has been “The Year of the Woman” in the Rhode Island theatre scene. Playwright Tanya Saracho gives us an interesting look at a Latina woman as she maneuvers her way from Mexico to … more
RICHARD JEWELL * * * * (Amazing true story) Some of the best films of the year have been based on true stories (Dark Waters, Judy, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood). Richard Jewell is right up there with the best. You may remember the Centennial Park more
PAIN AND GLORY * * ½ (Almodovar's latest soap opera) Up for a Golden Globe, Almodovar's latest soap opera concerns Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas), a film director who has a number … more
Because of some events that happened in my life several years ago, I was forced to get involved with local government. Local government like the zoning board, my councilman and the then-mayor of Warwick. To this date, almost five years later, my case is more
Hubby and I went out for a nice, relaxing dinner the other evening and our table was situated near two other tables of patrons. As I perused the menu, a voice grated on my delicate hearing. In a mixture of moaning and whining, this person was complaining more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Vincent Cifelli lay inside the hospital unit of the Rhode Island State Prison on Nov. 3, 1942. The 38-year-old New Yorker was serving time for forgery and had been attacked in the prison yard on Oct. 21 by two other inmates. Cifelli was more
Food and the holidays go hand-in-hand. Across Rhode Island, families are planning Christmas dinners centered on staples such as turkey and ham – or, in the case of many local residents of … more
The reason for "e;seven fish"e; on Christmas Eve dates back to the Roman Catholic Italian-American tradition of abstaining from eating meat on Christmas Eve. I have written about the tradition of the "e;seven fishes"e; during the holiday season before as all are more
To the Editor: Does anyone else find it interesting that the more hate and venom the left tries to spread against our president and other normal thinking Americans the more foolish they appear? Do these leeches in Washington, and here in our home state, more
To the Editor: How important is it to be attractive in our society? As humans, we are frequently told it does not matter how we look on the outside if we are not proud of who we are on the inside. We are told our kindness to others can make us the most more
Back in the spring of 2015, one of the most unlikely things to ever happen in the history of Rhode Island's music scene occurred. A bunch of kids from Warwick in a band called Public Alley won the 95.5 WBRU's Rock Hunt. more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West boys hockey team has high hopes this season, coming off of a 2018-19 season in which it made the Division II Semifinals after dropping down from DI. With 10 seniors leading the way, the Falcons expect to be right back more
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