January 28, 2015
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THE WOMEN OF HAPPYNESS BLOOMS: Dawn Engelhardt, …
The ritual of a high school prom is a decades-old tradition, a rite of passage for young men and women and a milestone to celebrate with family, friends and a significant other. For many, it is … more
When Antiques Roadshow premiered on PBS almost 20 years ago, even its most ardent fans had no idea how popular the show would become. When it became apparent that there was a large and enthusiastic … more
While we have heard a lot lately about the emergency room as the primary care provided for people who don’t have medical insurance, we have not heard how emergency medicine assumed that role … more
MAKING A POINT: Cranston "home boy" Howard Fine …
On Saturday and Monday, Hollywood acting teacher and Rhode Island College alumnus Howard Fine returned to campus “to lead a Master Class for a select group of RIC students, alumni and community … more
SECOND SHIFT:When Ashley Plouff and her father …
This hasn’t been a good year in terms of public relations for a lot of police departments across the country. Events in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island in New York have dominated the national … more
Most people see something unusual in an everyday setting, take note of it and then let it fade from their thoughts. Historians react differently, such as when Les Rolston, a full-time building … more
STRAIGHT SHOOTER: Warwick college student Kelsey …
About a month ago, we got an email from Paysha Rhone of Academy Communications, a public relations firm that specializes in small colleges: “Kelsey [Devlin] is captain of the Franklin Pierce … more
While most Americans are at home trying to get through Thanksgiving dinner without alienating most of their relatives, devotees of bridge will be gathering at the Rhode Island Convention Center for a … more
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
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