Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Authors Posts by Christy Nadalin

Christy Nadalin

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Smoked fish is a funny thing. Taken alone, the smell of fish is not universally appreciated—even by seafood lovers. And smoke? Smell smoke when you aren't expecting it and more likely than not you'll go on an adrenaline-fueled dash...

For nearly three decades, local optometrist has loaned his skills to disadvantaged communities from Nicaragua to Panama to Virginia. "It's so humbling," says Bristol optometrist Carl Sakovits. "Ten times a day, every day you are on a mission, someone will...

Warren-based 'Just Like Nana's' handcrafted rugelah is introducing this traditional pastry to a new audience Traditional rugelah, an Ashkenazi Jewish pastry, is crescent-shaped  and filled with nuts, and fruit preserves. It's most popular during the fall holidays of Yom Kippur...
Everyone has a dream job, though depending on your age and stage in life, that dream may change. Ask a 5-year old boy what he wants to be when he grows up, and odds are better than even he'll...
Though Chepachet resident Debbie Kaiman Tillinghast has lived on the mainland since she was 8 years old, a year after Hurricane Carol tore up Narragansett Bay and destroyed her family's Sand Point general store and primary source of income...
Seeing white? There's a good reason for that—Bristol has become a magnet for brides. Every weekend from April through October, joyful celebrations, photography sessions, and catering trucks descend on venues across town from the grandest celebration under the tent...
If you haven't been to Rough Point, Doris Duke's Bellevue Avenue estate, this year (or ever), make a plan now to visit before November 8—you'll be glad you did. Duke was a renowned collector of decorative and fine arts from...
Some things are just meant to be, and the working friendship of Barrington entrepreneurs Elizabeth Deschenes and Erica Napolitano is clearly one of those things. Introduced by a mutual friend at their Providence church a handful of years ago, the...
Newport resident Dr. Lucy Spelman is a veterinarian—one of only 156 in the world board-certified in zoological medicine. As you might expect, her extensive resume includes stints at zoos (including as the Director of the National Zoo in Washington,...
Not long ago, coconuts were a culinary afterthought, most often sugared, dried and added to confections. You might have bought one fresh, speared with a straw, on a tropical getaway—then found that reliving those memories with a locally bought...
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