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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER There is a scene in A.R. Gurney’s “The Dining Room,” where a college student visits his aging aunt to fulfill a class project: Explore Early Habits of … more
By DON FOWLER Gerard and Carol Pellegrino have looked forward to June every year for the past 10 years. Along with an active volunteer Board of Directors, led by Executive Director Emily Atkinson, the Warwick couple has been deeply involved in the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Cranston Children's Book author and Glocester illustrator launched a new picture book called Liam's Magic Carpet Adventures and most recently an accompanying title named Liam's Magic Carpet Coloring Adventures. On May 23, Children's more
By MICHAIAH & ABIGAIL KOJOIAN Wanda's family was moving and had a very long list of things to bring to their new home. Wanda just wasn't on that list. She watched as they loaded the furniture, books, clothes, photos, plates, silverware and finally more
To the Editor: I was surprised to read your article that many Cranston residents are opposed to the renovations in Roger Williams Park, which include creating a greenway around the outer park loop with bike and pedestrian lanes. A $10 million more
By JACOB MARROCCO Cranston's newest gym will certainly pack a punch. Striking Beauties, in unit No. 4 on 1375 Park Ave. in Cranston, is opening its third location this Thursday and first in Rhode Island with some help from a local legend. Providence more
The Memorial Day weekend is a time of year when we focus attention on veterans and the sacrifices they have made to ensure our freedoms. The tradition of recognizing deceased veterans dates back to … more
By JOHN HOWELL Gaspee Days is a good time for a fresh beginning. Beth Veltri hadn't thought of it that way, but the timing for a new Jewish congregation to move from its former temple in Warwick to Trinity Church in Pawtuxet coincides with the day for more
The auditorium at Cranston East was standing room only with family and friends of the musician students from Arlington, Dutemple, Eden Park and Stadium Elementary schools. “This is exciting for … more
On the president's recent trip abroad, the self-possessed Donald Trump was evident conveying a sense of self-importance and self-righteousness which alienated our European allies. On the contrary, a more thoughtful version of the president endeared more
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