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Both community members and professionals will participate in “Tomorrow’s Talent Today,” the March 25 spring concert presented by the Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra (RICCO). The … more
After retiring from a 32-year career with the United States Air Force Reserves, Senior Master Sergeant and Oakland Beach resident Mary Kinsey was looking for fun ways to stay active. During an … more
Fifty years, 300,000 households watching weekly, and thousands of donating members are just some of the numbers representative of Rhode Island’s PBS station WSBE as it celebrates half a century of … more
Rhode Islanders thinking of getting a pet are in luck - the state has been named one of the best places in the country to own a pet. Rhode Island was recently ranked as the 9th most pet friendly … more
He used to sell live lobsters, a job that gave Dave Schaller a certain distinctive aroma. But that was more than 25 years ago and now it’s not uncommon when customers meet Dave and his wife, Marie, … more
A collaboration between the Community College of Rhode Island, the University of Rhode Island, and the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, ME proved incredibly exciting for professor Wayne Suits who … more
May marks an important holiday for those who are mothers or for those who have mothers, as well as for those who have lost their mothers. May also marks National Foster Care Awareness Month, and … more
Ever wonder if there was an alternative to sliced hot dog buns? Of course, store bought buns are already cut although it isn’t always the easiest thing to keep a hot dog nestled between the two … more
Turn back the clock more than 11 years and Arlene McNulty, then president of the Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership, was looking for a signature event that set mentoring apart from other non-profits … more
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