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Good is Good: The Legacy of Sexual Abuse in the Church

In the fall of 1997, I was introduced to a gentle, funny man who had a photographic memory for Hollywood birthdays.

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BETTER LIVING: 26 Ways to Organize Your Car

Most of us do a lot of driving: it's how we get where we need to be - and where our kids need to be, and where our pets

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No-Miss Art Events for October

As September ends, exhaustion may threaten to set in since it has been openings, open studios, and events for the past

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Up Close with Providence Pictures

The offices of Providence Pictures are modern. Long panes of glass divide rooms with sleek furniture and gorgeous

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Seen: Tom Brady + More Celebs in the 401

Last week, Mapleville was crawling with Patriots! The occasion was offensive tackle Matt Light's seventh annual Celebrity

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NEW: RI’s “State Rabbit” Going Extinct

What's up doc? I'm nearly extinct?

Silly rabbit. It's no joking matter. Rhode Island's native rabbit, the New England cottontail, is on the verge of becoming

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NEW: RIer Ann Burke to Appear on ABC’s “The View” Today

Ann Burke, President of the Lindsay Ann Burke Memorial Fund, from North Kingstown will appear on ABC’s The View on this

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Dear John: Mom’s Outfits Not Fit to Wear Out

Dear John, My daughter is in second grade. One of her classmates’ mothers is the subject of a lot of sarcastic comments

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RI’s Great Day of Service Coming in October

It all began in Barrington, but now Columbus Day has grown to be one of the state's largest days of volunteerism.

 

Well-Read: 5 Great Books for “Young Adult” Readers

When I was a young adult, the YA genre (young adult) didn’t really exist. Sure there was Judy Blume and I read everything

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A Better World By Design 2011

One of Rhode Island's most innovate conferences kicks off this week, and it's run entirely by students. "A Better World by

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NEW: Rhode Island Named Worst State for Divorce

If you're not married, stay single. If you're married, you might want to stay that way. And if you live elsewhere and are

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“Striking Out Hunger” Nets $75K for RI Food Bank

The Pawtucket Red Sox gave their fans a thrilling 2011 season in which the team captured their first International League

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College Admissions: 3 Danger Zones for Athletic Recruits

October is prime season for “official visits” for many athletes applying to D1, D2 and D3 colleges. As thrilling as that

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