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Christy Nadalin

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Wearing socks over the cuffs of his jeans — even in downtown Bristol — Lane Poor's energy, and enthusiasm for the subject at hand, belies the ravages of the tick-borne diseases he has battled for more than three decades. He's...
What do you get when you combine a loud soundtrack, a couple of furnaces, and  three men in constant motion on an indiscernible flight path, wielding long metal poles tipped with molten glass? In almost any other case? Disaster. At the...
Yes, Rhode Island, there is still a place where you can spend a warm summer evening watching great players play an honest game, brought to you by a network of volunteers who love what they do. Minor league baseball fills...
Persistence and a willingness to take risks is the secret to success for this heat-loving "Penguin." Sometimes, if you want something done right, you've just got to do it yourself. Hot sauce aficionado Dave Peligian took that idea, hatched with...
Little Compton feels like a world away, in both form and function, from most of Rhode Island. But for Audrey Emerson, a 20-year-old Little Compton native who is just finishing her second year of film school at the University...
"You gotta pull over," Ryan Bouchard recalls girlfriend Emily Schmidt telling him as and they drove down the road the day after taking a class on mushroom identification from fellow Rhode Islander Joe Metzen. Schmidt had caught a glimpse of...
There's a new business in Bristol, and it's poised to fill a very unique niche. Soul Love Children's Wellness Center teaches children life skills through mindfulness-based practices and creative self-expression. Utilizing a holistic health framework which integrates the whole child...
"I would like the take the word 'popcorn' out of it completely," says Roselette DeWitt, founder, proprietor and chef of the Biggest Little Popcorn Company. That's no small feat, given the fact that the foundation of her product is,...
"You can't slow it down, and you can't use a safety net. It's terrifying," Gemma Kirby, 25, says about he first time being shot 100 feet, 40 feet in the air, from a cannon. But if anyone has the foundation...
As of 2014, oysters, the comeback kid of the shellfish world, surpassed quahogs in landed value. With demand continuing to grow, Rhode Island producers are working hard to keep up. When you talk about the oyster crop in Rhode Island,...
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