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By KELLY SULLIVAN Edward Makin Swallow was a guard at the Rhode Island State Prison in Cranston when he committed an unspeakable act that shook the community. Born in Providence on July 24, 1876, to Edward Swallow Sr. and Mary Ann (Dobson), he had first more
By CINDY FERA Spring is a great time to declutter your closet. As you spring clean and change out your wardrobe, it is the perfect time to get rid of things that no longer serve you. Let's start in the closet! Lay out everything that you wear in the more
By ROB DUGUAY There's a special dynamic when the frontperson from a band plays a solo show. It's an opportunity to see a song stripped down to its acoustic structure while experiencing a completely different take on it. Sometimes, a particular song might more
ALADDIN* * * *(Delightful Disney classic)It has been 27 years since Disney Studios delighted us with a cartoon version of “Aladdin.” Turning the story into a live-action, special effects … more
BRIGHTBURN * (Stupid horror movie) If you desperately want to have a baby and a spaceship lands in your backyard with a baby boy in it, don't pick him up and raise him. Maybe it worked for Superman's parents, but it sure didn't make life pleasant for more
BOOKSMART * (Disgusting teen coming of age junk) If teenagers read movie reviews, they would be throwing rocks at us. We sat through as much as we could take at the preview performance of the disgusting teenage coming-of-age Booksmart" before walking" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Based on graphic artist Alison Bechdel’s best-selling memoir, “Fun Home” has had success on Broadway and with the road version seen recently at PPAC. The … more
Life is very cyclic. Most of us get married and then have children. We watch them grow and graduate and then they have children. For me some of my biggest joys come from spending time with my grandchildren. But as they get older, they have their lives. more
When riding with Steven to work the other day, he smiled and waved at a gentleman walking by the side of the street. Wearing khaki pants and a green shirt, the guy smiled back as Steven stopped the car and fished out a dollar bill from his pocket and more
By KELLY SULLIVAN In Lone Mountain Cemetery in San Francisco, California, lies murder victim Andrew Randall. Born in Johnston in 1819, he lived long enough to learn that money is indeed the root of all evil. The son of Samuel Randall and Marcy more
Music on the Hill opens its 45th season on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. with an outdoor concert featuring the Narragansett Brass Quintet, on the beautiful grounds of Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum … more
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM * * * * (Documentary about building a farm) John and Molly Chester were living in a small California apartment when they received an eviction notice because their beloved dog, Todd, barked all day while they were at work. John was more
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