Monthly Archives: May 2013

Norm Petersen's "Memories" Acrylic on Canvas

Art Night Party

Featuring “The Best & The Brightest” college and seasoned artists’ exhibit. Celebrate the artists who have created this vibrant and eclectic showcase of work in all styles. Light refreshments and live music by guitarist Julio Amara and vocalist Erin Micheletti. WHERE: Alta Luna Gallery, 297 Hope St., Bristol (upstairs from Green River Silver Company) WHEN:

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East Providence Bowling Academy team rolls for another national title

EAST PROVIDENCE — For the third year in a row, a team representing the East Providence Bowling Academy in the Major Division will attempt to win the championship at the 2013 National Duckpin Youth Association Junior Tournament to be held June 21-23 in Baltimore, Md. This year’s local entry — Christa Quigley, Colby Miller, Alex

Photos by Rich Dionne
Portsmouth's Jake Bauer cringes after hitting his tee shot left into a bunker at the par 3 15th hole at Cranston Country Club on Wednesday. He later chipped to within two feet and salvaged his three.

Photos: State Golf Championship at Cranston Country Club

High School golfers from around the state teed it up and battled for the right to become Rhode Island’s top team and player at Cranston Country Club during the RIIL State Golf Championship on May 28 and May 29. Many spectacular shots were made. Most in difficult situations. But it was consistency that counted this

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‘Into The Woods’

“Into The Woods” is the theme for the current juried exhibit on view at Rogers Free Library through July 10. The featured artists, in addition to the artwork submitted by local and regional artists, include “A Family Tree” by Emilio Iannuccillo, on display in the vestibule at the front entrance of the library. Other featured artists

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Barrington wins state golf championship, Kraunelis defends title

The Barrington High School golf team won the state golf championship at Cranston Country Club on Wednesday afternoon, May 29, and team member David Kraunelis defended his state individual title. The Eagles broke their own record, capturing their 24th state title. It was the sixth time in the last seven years Barrington has won the

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