November 21, 2014
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According to Rhode Island born historian Christian McBurney, New York and Pennsylvania may have witnessed more spy activity in the Revolutionary War, but Rhode Island was not that far behind…“no … more
We recently got a call from Fred Velletri of Johnston telling us he built a dollhouse to keep his World War II memorabilia in. That sounded like a rather unique way to store relics of the biggest … more
MOSSBERG
At a New York City event on Nov. 10, veteran technology journalist Walt Mossberg (Pilgrim High School, 1965) will join the 2014 class of the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame, headquartered in … more
One of the most surprising things to learn about Warwick photographer Keith Jochim is that he has been supporting his photography addiction by working as a professional actor. “Fortunately for … more
We weren’t sure what to think when we got a short letter from a fledgling business that opened like this: “My name is Tiffany Tennell and I have just opened a new paint and wine studio … more
After three newspapers, a lawsuit and 35 years of “superior behavior,” Rhode Island’s most famous fictional couples may just pack it in and head for Florida to retire surrounded by the … more
A WINNING SMILE: Christiana Rodi of Cranston is …
If you are a betting person, you could safely bet that most of the people who go to see “Aida” as imagined by Elton John and Tim Rice have not seen Giuseppe Verdi’s version of the same story. … more
MEMORIES OF COAST GUARD DUTY: Rosetta Desrosiers …
About seven years ago, when PBS was about to air “The War”; yet another series about the Second World War, we sat down with some women who served in that war and listened to a typical grievance … more
BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE: Johnston home builder …
The generation that remembers posters of Rosie the Riveter from World War II may be fading from our midst, but Rosie lives on in a program designed to encourage women to do things they don’t … more
Don Rounds after his first feature win at the …
When we last visited Don Rounds in 2001, old “101” was a memory – alive in old photographs, but in the flesh, or should we say steel, the car was long gone. Don told us of his adventures as a … more
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