Author Archives: Eastbayri Staff

C—Spotlight—Hamlet

‘I Hate Hamlet’ at 2nd Story

‘I Hate Hamlet’ at 2nd Story

A young actor relocates to New York to play Hamlet in Central Park and rents a gothic apartment once inhabited by the late, great John Barrymore. But there’s a problem: He loathes the Bard.  Enter Barrymore’s ghost, conjured by an impromptu séance, who introduces our ambivalent actor to the joys of fame, dames and melancholy

C—Spotlight—Audubon

Wading into Wetlands at Audubon

Take a journey to the wetlands and discover the important role that water plays in our lives. Our exploration will include active sampling of this fascinating fresh water habitat. Please dress appropriately and wear clothes that can get dirty. Adults must accompany children. Program is weather dependent. Recommended for ages 6 and up. WHERE: Audubon Environmental

Richard J. Miguel, 61, Barrington

Richard J. Miguel, 61, passed away on Monday, July 13, 2015 at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center. He was the cherished husband of Arlene C. (Yates) Miguel for the last 37 years. Born in Fall River, he was the son of the late Diamantino and Almina (Vincent) Miguel. Mr. Miguel was a self-employed businessman for many

Angelo Marinosci, with one of the many images he took traveling the world, photographing children in developing nations and war zones.

Warren photographer exhibiting in Providence

Warren artist Angelo Marinosci, Jr.’s photography exhibit, “A Man and His Camera”, is at Studio Z in Providence, including many never-before-shown images from his travels, all of salon silver prints in the traditional form. Ceramic artist Michelle James Hurley will also be exhibiting her work in this exhibition. There will be an opening reception Thursday, July 16 from

Lisa J. Wright, 50, Barrington

Lisa J. (Manchester) Wright, 50, of Reed Avenue, died Saturday, July 4, 2015 at Rhode Island Hospital. She was the wife of James A. Wright. Born in Providence, a daughter of Ellen E. (Graton) Manchester of Riverside and the late Mason A. Manchester, she lived in Barrington for the past year. Mrs. Wright was a C.N.A.

Lydia June Newton, 94, Barrington

Lydia June Newton, 94, of County Road, Barrington, died on her birthday with her son by her side Friday, June 19, 2015. She was the wife of the late Mathew Newton. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Evelyn (Casey) Place. She was a state clerk in RI until retiring. She was active

Madeline Melucci, 91, Barrington

Madeline Melucci, 91, of Stacy Street, died peacefully on Wednesday, July 8, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Armando Melucci. A lifelong resident of Barrington, she was the daughter of the late Carlo and Maria (Albano) Natale. Mrs. Melucci was a former member of the Barrington Senior Center and

Time to overhaul Warren ACO position

Warren finally has weekend and holiday coverage in the animal control office, after town officials this week filled a new part time position approved by voters at the Financial Town Meeting in May. The part time coverage had long been sought by shelter volunteers and supporters, who worried about not having an animal officer on

Justin Parsons (middle) and his other Portsmouth teammates run and jump on Jacob Bloom (left) after he hit a single off Barrington pitcher Josh Leadem, scoring Connor Freitas for the walk-off victory.

Portsmouth Majors 12s beat Barrington in walk-off

Above: Justin Parsons (middle) and his other Portsmouth teammates run and jump on Jacob Bloom (left) after he hit a single off Barrington pitcher Josh Leadem, scoring Connor Freitas for the walk-off victory. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Little League 12-year-old Majors All-Star team defeated Barrington, 3-2, in a thrilling come-from-behind

we advice you on question where you can buy ambien online cheap

i can advice you how to buy tramadol online tracking on USA tracking on USA
Top