Thursday, February 11, 2016
Authors Posts by Christy Nadalin

Christy Nadalin

440 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
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...
If you were fortunate enough to catch "Sylvia" at 2nd Story Theatre last year, you might know Lara Hakeem as the show's eponymous, overeager, slightly R-rated stray dog—or perhaps you became acquainted with her through any of the other...
What do you get when you combine an advanced degree in biochemistry with the conviction that your family should not use skin products full of unpronounceable, suspect ingredients? You get Deelish Skin, the brainchild of Roxanne LaCroix, a mother and...
Lindsay Tarnoff loves chocolate. Who doesn't? But Tarnoff really, really loves chocolate—so much so that the thirty-something Barrington native did her capstone (like a senior thesis) on the history of the morality of chocolate before graduating from Skidmore College in 2005....
The aquariums that are quite literally at the heart of the Audubon Society of Rhode Island's Environmental Education Center in Bristol have enjoyed quite a makeover, thanks to a years-in-the-making collaboration between the center and faculty and students from...
"The way people raise their dogs today is different than it was just a few years ago," says Matt Betts, of K9 Instincts in Portsmouth. "There's a lack of structure and consistency" in how we interact with our dogs. Betts,...
"Writing feeds my soul; and working with kids means a lot to me," says author and educator Jayne (Travers) Conway, a Bristol Native and Warren resident. Conway, currently a graduate student studying urban education, has worn a lot of hats...

Every day there are roughly 100 children in the state of Rhode Island in need of foster parents. Denise Gibbs is one woman who answers the call. "I'm a single parent of grown children, and I still have a lot...
Warren artist Angelo Marinosci has spent a lifetime creating works of art and remaining true to his credo: "pick the work you love and work hard at it." Someone once asked Angelo Marinosci about the earliest aesthetic experiences he could...
Barrington resident returned to rock roots for self-titled album; will be performing this Sunday on Barrington Beach. "This album is the result of my rekindled love affair with classic rock," say Pat McGee, the Barrington musician who is entering his...
- Advertisement -

STAY CONNECTED

10,864FansLike
235Subscribers+1
187FollowersFollow
3,336FollowersFollow
94SubscribersSubscribe
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -