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Fit For Life: Take a Deep Breath. Start Again—Fit For Life: Take a Deep breath. Start…

RI Music Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2016—The Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame announced…

Brown Falls 79-73 at Harvard—Brown Falls 79-73 at Harvard

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Rep. Morgan: GOP Fought to Make Terrible Toll Bill Better—Guest MINDSETTER™ Rep. Morgan: GOP Fought to Make…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Santos: RhodeWorks Amnesty for East Bay & Aquidneck Island—Guest MINDSETTER™ Santos: RhodeWorks Amnesty for East Bay…

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Gotham’s Robin Lord Taylor Coming to RI Comic Con 2016—Gotham's Robin Lord Taylor Coming to RI Comic…

New Security Measures Being Taken at Dunkin’ Donuts & RI Convention Centers—New Security Measures Being Taken at Dunkin' Donuts…

 
 

“The Sunday Political Brunch” - February 14, 2016

Hillary Clinton

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Iowa and New Hampshire have now cleared the deck. We are down to the “Lucky 7” candidates who could still be President of the United States – two Democrats and five Republicans. Assuming no one else gets in, let’s handicap the chances of these seven as we “brunch” this week:

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slides: 25 Things to do When It’s Below Zero in New England

Photo courtesy of  Faris/flickr

Sunday, February 14, 2016

To say that it is going to be cold this weekend is an understatement, a big one.

It is going to be FREEZING this weekend. With the wind chill, weather reports say the temperature might get to as low as -25 degrees.

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EXCLUSIVE: Raimondo Named Convicted Drug Dealer, Marijuana Consultant to State Parenting Board

Gov. Gina Raimondo

Sunday, February 14, 2016

GoLocal has learned that William Cotton, who Governor Gina Raimondo appointed to the state parenting board for education, is a convicted LSD dealer and a marijuana consultant.

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#20 Providence Holds on for 75-72 Win Over Georgetown

Rodney Bullock

Sunday, February 14, 2016

The Providence College Friars (19-7, 7-6 Big East) defeated the (14-12, 7-6 Big East) Georgetown Hoyas 75-72 on Saturday afternoon at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. The win snaps a three game losing streak for PC and completes a season sweep of Georgetown. 

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Supreme Court Justice Scalia Found Dead at 79

Justice Antonin Scalia

Sunday, February 14, 2016

US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead at a resort ranch in Cibolo Creek, Texas on Saturday. 

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Fit For Life: Take a Deep Breath. Start Again

Sunday, February 14, 2016

I like to drive fast. I am not reckless, but when I get behind the wheel, I am not going for a Sunday joy ride. I have somewhere to go, and I usually have a short time frame to get there. So as I was driving in the snow this week, I was forced to slow down, and in a lot of instances, had to come to a halt. I expected this, and although not happy about all the holdups, I stayed calm, and shrugged it off. I turned up the music, slumped into my heated seat, and enjoyed the white blanket and the snail’s pace that the state was moving in. Why? Because it was all out of my control, and getting aggravated would have been a complete waste of energy.

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Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: My Love is Like a Red, Red, Rose

Sunday, February 14, 2016

A rose is a rose, a rose. Our affair began a long ago and is fresh today. Like life itself, linguists propose rose as one of the most ancient words among Indo-European languages, formed when people emerged from Paleolithic caves to inhale, pause, and speak. In the beginning was the word, the divine too sacred to utter, rose found its name. Their claim upon our heart’s soul is evident, worthy of the afterlife, roses were found in King Tut’s tomb. Widespread in temperate regions across the world, the rose has claimed our hearts since the Flood.

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How U.S. Presidents Have Influenced Baby Names

Sunday, February 14, 2016

The commander in chief is the epitome of power and grace, so it’s only natural that parents throughout history have been inspired to name their little ones after the presidents of their time.

Using data from the Social Security Administration, MooseRoots studied the names of each president since 1880 to explore the impact of presidents' names on nationwide naming trends.

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slides: Brown Falls to Dartmouth 87-70, Lose 3rd Straight

Sunday, February 14, 2016

The Brown Bears (7-14, 2-6 Ivy) fell 87-70 to (8-14, 2-6 Ivy) Dartmouth on Saturday night in New Hampshire. The Bears have now dropped three straight games. 

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RhodeWorks Legislation & Home Visiting Act: This Week at The State House

Sunday, February 14, 2016

RhodeWorks plan to repair roads and bridges becomes law, the Senate passes the RI Family Home Visiting Act and more. This week at the State House.

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