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If you grew up between the 1960s and the turn of the century, you might recognize Imai Kagaku Model Kits. For over four decades this Japanese company manufactured kits of all kinds, and while most of … more
One of Rhode Island’s longest standing traditions will make its 82nd annual appearance this weekend in Johnston. It’s called the St. Rocco’s Feast and Festival which will … more
As Cranston’s Patti Bacon and Johnston’s Jackie Paquin tell it, their brother, Billy Landry, had a larger than life personality. He loved his family, was proud of owning PB&J’s … more
Twin Oaks’ Baked Stuffed Shrimp! The best meal in Rhode Island. Made with Ritz cracker stuffing. Even better with “mashed in the middle.” But wait. There are dozens of ethnic … more
In the waters of Dyer’s Pond in Cranston lay a cloth bag containing a chalice, a ciborium and a terribly damaged ostensorium; sacred religious objects used for holding wine, holy bread and … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE  BULLET TRAIN* * * ½(Wacky, Violent, Convoluted) This wacky, violent, convoluted action movie is filled with out-of-control characters, and even a … more
METRO ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20Aries, take a step back and allow people some room to figure things out. Your offers to help are appreciated and will be accepted in due time. TAURUS – … more
While at our tiny house in New Hampshire this weekend, Hubby noticed that an old friend of mine was playing a gig nearby at the Wildcat Tavern, along with Dave Mallett. (Dave is a somewhat famous … more
Across Narragansett Bay in the little town of Warren, there’s a unique creative nucleus. This intriguing ambience within this relatively small place has sparked a lot of interesting things. … more
Trinity Repertory Company announces that children’s auditions for this year’s production of A Christmas Carol will be held Saturday, September 10 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at the … more
Since I began collecting historic arms in the mid-1980s, I always wanted to have the correct bayonet to go with each gun. Without the bayonet they just didn’t seem complete. The good thing … more
Dated March 31, 1899 were special orders from the Adjutant-General’s Office in Providence. “The Brigade Commander is hereby directed to detail from Company B, 1st Regiment Infantry … more
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