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Whitcomb: Brainy Brown; Stoned with Second-Hand Smoke; Boston & D.C.  Most Likely Amazon HQ2 Winners—Whitcomb: Brainy Brown; Stoned with Second-Hand Smoke; Boston…

Weiss: In 2050, Where Have All the Family Caregivers Gone?—Weiss: In 2050, Where Have All the Family…

Smart Benefits: CMS Releases HHS Notice of Benefit & Payment Parameters for 2019—Smart Benefits: CMS Releases HHS Notice of Benefit…

McGuinn’s Rock History Visits The Greenwich Odeum—McGuinn’s Rock History Visits The Greenwich Odeum

Our First Ladies are a National Treasure – Sunday Political Brunch—April 22, 2018—Our First Ladies are a National Treasure –…

Is The Boston Globe’s Kevin Cullen Part of ‘Fake News’?—Is The Boston Globe’s Kevin Cullen Part of…

Ethics Commission Refuses to Release All Documents from APRA Request—Ethics Commission Refuses to Release All Documents from…

Fit For Life: Stay Strong, Focused on Being Better at Everything—Fit For Life: Stay Strong, Focused on Being…

Newport’s Brick Alley Pub Featured in SNL “Drag Brunch” Skit—Newport's Brick Alley Pub Featured in SNL "Drag…

Bruins Rally Falls Short, Lose 4-3 to Maple Leafs in Game 5—Bruins Rally Falls Short, Lose 4-3 to Maple…

 
 

Whitcomb: Brainy Brown; Stoned with Second-Hand Smoke; Boston & D.C.  Most Likely Amazon HQ2 Winners

Robert Whitcomb, columnist

Monday, April 23, 2018

GoLocal columnist and former Providence Journal Editorial Page Editor Robert Whitcomb joins GoLocal News Editor Kate Nagle and discuss the recent exodus from the Providence Journal newsroom.

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Weiss: In 2050, Where Have All the Family Caregivers Gone?

Monday, April 23, 2018

The year 2030 marks an important demographic turning point in U.S. history according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 National Population Projections, released last month.  By 2030, older people are projected to outnumber children.  In the next twenty years, when these aging baby boomers enter their 80s, who will provide informal caregiving to them.

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Smart Benefits: CMS Releases HHS Notice of Benefit & Payment Parameters for 2019

Monday, April 23, 2018

CMS recently issued its final benefit and payment parameters rule for 2019.  The “payment notice,” as the rule is typically called, is an annual notice that includes all the major changes CMS intends to implement for the next marketplace plan year and for health insurance market reforms generally.  

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slides: McGuinn’s Rock History Visits The Greenwich Odeum

Monday, April 23, 2018

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn brought a piece of music history to The Greenwich Odeum last Saturday. 

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Our First Ladies are a National Treasure – Sunday Political Brunch—April 22, 2018

Mark Curtis

Sunday, April 22, 2018

I was sad to hear of former First Lady Barbara Bush’s passing this week at the age of 92. She was a remarkable woman and a political force in one of the nation’s most famous political dynasties. It made me think back on all the First Ladies who served in my lifetime, and their contributions to our country. Let’s wish them all a happy Mother’s Day in advance, and look at their legacies as we “brunch” this week:

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Is The Boston Globe’s Kevin Cullen Part of ‘Fake News’?

Kevin Cullen, Boston Globe

Sunday, April 22, 2018

The incendiary allegations raised last week on the WEEI radio show “Kirk & Callahan” against Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen were validated when the paper announced late Friday afternoon that it was placing him on “paid administrative leave,” pending a thorough examination of his work. This raises two troubling questions: Will there be concerns surrounding the validity of The Globe’s 2014 Pulitzer Prize and, perhaps worse, is Cullen the newest member of “Fake News?”

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Ethics Commission Refuses to Release All Documents from APRA Request

Murphy, a member of the Ethics Commission donated thousands to Raimondo, voted to dismiss charges against Gov.

Sunday, April 22, 2018

A GoLocalProv Access to Public Records Act (APRA) request of the Rhode Island Ethics Commission was returned with 165 pages, but the agency redacted 18 pages of emails.

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VIDEO: Brown Freshman Wins $100,000 on College Jeopardy

Alex Trebek with Brown's Dhruv Gaur

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Dhruv Gaur, a freshman at Brown University, won the “Jeopardy! College Championship” on Friday, claiming the $100,000 grand prize and earning a berth in the next edition of the game show’s Tournament of Champions. He answered an amazing collection of questions to win the championship.

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Fit For Life: Stay Strong, Focused on Being Better at Everything

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Throughout the week I find certain life experiences and takeaways to write about, because chances are, a lot of what I see, and experience happens to everyone that is reading this, so you can relate.

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Newport’s Brick Alley Pub Featured in SNL “Drag Brunch” Skit

Sunday, April 22, 2018

The opening of a recent Saturday Night Live skit featured the front of the Brick Alley Pub in Newport -- for a "drag brunch" segment.

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