Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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Lynda Rego

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Saying farewell to summer is hard, but fall brings a new season for reading curled up inside with an apple or a cup of tea and a cookie — and maybe sitting outside on sunny afternoons as the leaves...
I was thrilled to find fresh Maine blueberries at Stop & Shop last week. But, when I got them home and took the top off, they were soaking wet and starting to soften. They obviously weren’t going to make...
As summer winds down, I try to enjoy reading outdoors as much as possible before cold weather returns. Sitting in the backyard with the birds and squirrels, admiring the garden and then drifting into a book is just heaven...
I’ve been very busy genealogically, but haven’t had time for new research. This summer, I did research for a client and read lots of books and magazines. And, I’m trying to input all the data I discovered on the...
By Lynda Rego Summer reads can be a little lighter than those that tickle our fancy in the cold, winter months. This time of year, I turn to guilty pleasures as much as more serious reads and mix in some...
The Bristol Art Museum will present a new exhibit, “Island Time,” from July 24 to Sept. 6 at the museum at 10 Wardwell St. (off Route 114), Bristol. Featured are photography by Michael Gaillard, paintings by Peter Gish, Karen Iglehart...
DVDinner “The Hundred-Foot Journey” 2014 comedy/drama Rated PG, 2 hours Directed by Lasse Hallstrom By Lynda Rego When a young cook, Hassan Kadam (Manish Dayal) and his family relocate to Europe after leaving their home and restaurant in Mumbai, they don’t know what to expect....
I visited my mother in Florida in early December last year. Even though it was pretty cold for St. Augustine, my stepfather grills year-round on their deck no matter the temperature. One evening he made these potatoes wrapped in foil...
By Lynda Rego As winter finally retreats, and spring flowers make an appearance, greet the increased warmth with some new books. It’s not quite warm enough to read outside yet, but soon ... “Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor: Being...
From Academy Award nominees to timeless classics, the 2015 Tournées French Film Festival returns to Roger Williams University on Tuesday to Saturday, April 7 to 11, on the Bristol campus at 1 Old Ferry Road (Route 136). It is...
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