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Comedians Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell at Ocean State

Comedians Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell at Ocean State

Rob Bartlett (pictured) started in stand-up comedy at Richard M. Dixon’s White House Inn, a talent showcase club on New York’s Long Island run by the presidential look-alike. He has headlined at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Atlantic City’s Tropicana and Hilton Hotels, Mohegan Sun, and Foxwoods Resort and Casino. On television,


Secret garden tour in Newport

Come to Newport  and enjoy self-guided walking tours of private gardens. Each tour features about a dozen beautiful gardens, and tickets are good for any or all days of the tour, allowing for inclement weather, schedule conflicts, or just a late start. In Spring 2014, Conde Nast Traveler Magazine named Newport “one of the best


Michael Smith at Sandywoods

One of the most captivating songwriters in the folk arena, celebrated musician Michael Peter Smith has toured the United States and Canada for nearly five decades. He creates new work on a constant basis, and music’s finest performers record his songs. Wherever he is—touring concert venues, clubs, theaters, folk festivals, at house concerts, or teaching

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BWEF awards $55,000 in enrichment grants

The school year has  just ended but the Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) is already in back-to-school mode. BWEF recently announced funding of $55,000 in enrichment programs for the 2015-16 school year. The funds will support 22 teacher-initiated ideas that impact students in each of the Bristol Warren Regional School District’s schools. BWEF Grants Committee chairman Tyler Dixon

St. Luke's School students studied erosion, plant growth and animal life around Annawamscutt Creek, and dissolved oxygen, nitrogen, and acidity levels.

Barrington private school students present findings to land trust

The eighth grade students of St. Luke’s School, in partnership with community mentors from the Barrington Land Conservation Trust, have conducted a multi-year macroinvertebrate stream study of Annawamscutt Creek. Four monitoring teams were established and class photographers visually documented their work and findings. Students studied erosion, plant growth and animal life around the creek, and


Misconducted vessel

A boat that was moored near Walker’s Cove off Ferry Road broke from its mooring during a storm Tuesday afternoon. The boat drifted toward land during high tide, coming to rest on a rock, where it remained during low tide Wednesday morning. The vessel’s name? “Miss Conduct.” Photo by Jay Calvert

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Green Animals tour and topiary workshop

Join Chief Horticulturist Dan Christina, former Blithewold Assistant Grounds Manager, as he walks you through the gardens at Green Animals, sharing the rich history of the property and describing the detail that goes into caring for such a unique estate. After a guided tour, enjoy a topiary pruning demo and try your hand at creating

Andrea K. (Daily) McIntosh, 48, Portsmouth

Andrea Kathleen (Daily) McIntosh passed away unexpectedly on June 12, 2015, at the age of 48. Andrea is survived by her three children Shelby, Laura, and Caroline McIntosh and their father, Murray “Mac” McIntosh of North Kingstown. She is also survived by her father, Arthur Daily and her siblings Matthew, Chris, Alison and Paul. She is

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