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Much has been made of a jury failing to convict Jose Ines Garcia Zarate in the death of Kate Steinle. This event was surely a... [Read More]
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As the quintessential if lesser known celebrant of Thanksgiving, Captain Thanksgiving, who brings Portuguese Sweet Bread to everyone who has been good each year on... [Read More]
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OMFG, if that is legitimate to write in the pages of such an august journal. Never have I heard such lily-livered wussy whining from virtually... [Read More]
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From the first to bear the moniker in Cincinnatti and the contemporaneous concrete doughnut of Three Rivers in Pittsburg – both of which were imploded... [Read More]
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I'm shocked, shocked to see Elon Musk lining up for government money from the Puerto Rican relief effort. One has to respect his ploy for... [Read More]
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The recent announcement that Benny's will close serves as a reminder of other icons who have passed in these weeks, two of whom will be... [Read More]
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In a little watched and less reported development in Exeter, the Town Planning apparatus has farmers in its sights. Of course, they present this in... [Read More]
Growing up, music festival meant one thing, the Newport Jazz Festival. Like most Rhode Islanders, I never attended. It had begun as a high society... [Read More]
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You may have noticed a number of legislators and our Lieutenant Governor, Dan McKee, venting their spleens at National Grid lately over what is really... [Read More]
In western civilization's never failing devotion to dead white men, Shakespeare returns to Wilcox Park in Westerly. But lest one think this hazards placing stifling... [Read More]
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Some people think the legislative session ended weirdly. But at least its over, which is a blessing to us all because, as Gideon Tucker said,... [Read More]
People believe things. It is not any mystery that they tend to believe things that reinforce the way they see the world. Following my embrace... [Read More]
Barack Obama won a noble peace prize just for getting elected. This was no doubt a message to Americans that if they lead from behind... [Read More]
The Pawtucket Red Sox say they learned from their last failed effort to have their way with Rhode Island taxpayers, but it's uncanny how much... [Read More]
When it comes to Providence's finances, credit the Mayor with getting some of the issues right. It's the solutions that founder. Fire protection is... [Read More]
Tonight at the Knickerbocker Café in Westerly, Dustbowl Revival takes the stage. It's Thursday, a school night, and those are hard nights for this half-soul,... [Read More]
When it comes to families, those who are supported by the breadwinners are called dependents. But Social Workers who represent a kind of in loco... [Read More]
Cheerleaders for a new tower in Providence recently decried the 195 Commission apparently scheming to cut up a lot where a developer has actually proposed... [Read More]
You can all turn off your computers and move into yurts tomorrow. We can go back to being a country of dirt farmers if that... [Read More]
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