Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Bristol synagogue celebrates anniversary of founding, and re-founding, at special May 1 service. Houses of worship of all denominations are facing dwindling membership, but one Bristol congregation knows what its like to come back strong. Chevra Agudas Achim – The United...
"Bluebirds Fly: Love and Hope on the Autism Spectrum," a film by Rhode Island native Cherry Arnold, follows three families as they navigate the struggles and triumphs of life on the autism spectrum. About 10 years ago, Cherry Arnold was...
Flush with energy (and a recent infusion of cash) Thrive By Five and Beyond is making the East Bay a better place to live. Anyone who works in social services will tell you, it can be an incredibly gratifying field....
Warren man offers a helping hand to depression sufferers, even as his support system slips away. Some days you just need to pick your battles. But there are the battles we pick, and there are others that, like it or...
From the City by the Sea to Sin City, actor and Rhode Island native Daniel Sullivan has approached life, work, and life's work with passion and gratitude. You may not know him as that guy who nailed his role of...
More than 75 years after Nazi Germany stole her childhood, Barrington's Ruth Oppenheim continues to speak out for the millions who cannot. The solemn anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz was marked around the world last week, 70 years after...
Since the dawn of time, mothers have been talking, and sometimes — often, even — nobody seems to be listening. Not that that stops them. For one, they have a lot to talk about. Raising children is an emotionally...
Hundreds of girls and women, and a fair number of fathers, too, gathered on the lawn by the Temple of Music at Roger Williams Park last June for the annual Girls on the Run celebratory end-of-season 5k. It was...
Portuguese food is good. It's filling, familiar, comfort food. It's rich, sometimes spicy, rib-stick, meat-on-your-bones, just-like-avo-used-to-make. Your cardiologist probably wishes you'd eat less of it, and maybe you will, next week, but this weekend there's a festival and….you know...
Bob Sousa ties flies with the easy confidence of someone who has been doing it so long, and so well, even he's forgotten that he's among the best in the world. He's holding out a hook so small, and...
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