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When the newscasters announced this past spring that there would be an influx of billions of chirping, buzzing cicadas across the Eastern United States, people started wondering “why now?” My family and I were among a small population of … more
PAWTUCKET – October 1 marked the first day of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In Rhode Island, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed and second deadliest form of cancer among women. One out of every six local women will be diagnosed … more
PROVIDENCE – Jewish Family Service of Rhode Island proudly presents the Volunteer of the Month Award for October, 2013 to Russell Kushner. more
Walter Feldman comes from humble roots – a working class family from Lynn, Mass. At age 8, he created his first book and he began painting at 12. By the time he was 16, he had his first show at the local library. He joined the Yale School of the … more
PROVIDENCE – On Sunday, Oct. 6, about 68 women and 3 men, aged 28 - 88, gathered at Brown RISD Hillel to hear Sharsheret, a national not-for-profit organization supporting Jewish women and their families facing breast cancer, explain why Jewish … more
PROVIDENCE – John B. Murphy, M.D., Professor of Family Medicine and Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, gave the second address on healthy aging that was sponsored by the Lifelong Learning Collaborative and held at … more
PROVIDENCE – Athanasios “Saki” Meltsakos is the type of person who, within a half an hour of meeting you, will rename you, using the endearing Greek ending “ki” – this is how I found out that, in Greece, I’d be called Irinaki. He and … more
The rising incidence of gluten sensitivity and intolerance in the American population, as well as a heightened focus on wellness and healthy eating, has created demand for easy-to-follow, delicious recipes and meal plans. In her new cookbook, … more
CRANSTON – As yet another winter approaches, it would be wise to prevent the possible damage that extreme winter weather can do to our trees and shrubs. A fall inspection of trees’ structures for weaknesses is a good idea, paying special … more
PAWTUCKET — After years of selling carpeting for others, including the Armstrong Carpet Co., Guy Williams, with his brother, started The Carpet Store in 1987. They later changed its name to Factory Carpet Outlet and Guy took over in 1999. more
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