Saturday, February 6, 2016
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Christy Nadalin

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For the first time, Russell Warren's complete body of work will be assembled, digitized, and made accessible to the public. It's likely that Russell Warren would have been suspicious of 21st century technology. Perhaps this is an unfair generalization, but...
There's a bustling crowd in the gluten-friendly kitchen at Hope & Main in Warren; Rhode Island's first culinary business incubator. It's a somewhat unusual sight—most Hope & Main "makers" are solitary or partnered pursuits. But tonight the kitchen belongs...
For most season-respecting New Englanders, those all-weather sailors you see out on Bristol Harbor every Saturday must seem like a unique bunch. As you might expect, a lot of them are accomplished and competitive sailors in the summer season....
Just in time to help you keep your New Year's resolutions, meet Leah Rosin-Pritchard, owner and chef of Leah's Recipe, a maker at Warren's Hope & Main culinary business incubator. This one-woman operation only launched in June, with three...
Cultures around the world ring in the new year with a variety of foods that symbolize good health and prosperity—and some (like fish, greens and beans) would get your doctor's stamp of approval as well. If you are looking...
There are three types of people in this world: there are people who think a New Year's Day in New England is a great day for a swim; and there are people who think those people are completely insane. But...
Bristol's Santa Claus carries on a cultural (and family) tradition with reverence and grace Michael Rielly's first appearance as Santa Claus was in 1971 at the Byfield School, when his teacher, Miss Hallberg, asked if he would play Santa for...
Late playwright Wasserstein's big question resonates today as it did 25 years ago Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles" tried to answer 'the' central question of feminism—can women have it all—more than 25 years ago, through Heidi Holland, an idealistic, liberal...

Like many young athletes, Isaiah Maness, 15, spends a lot of time working out. "Five days a week," he says. "At least." And like a lot of other teens, this Barrington High School sophomore admits to enjoying his fair share...
Trinity Rep's annual production of "A Christmas Carol" kicked off well before Thanksgiving, and as loathsome as many people find attempts to rush the seasons (mostly retail driven), this Trinity tradition is definitely a notable exception. In its 38th season...
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