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Segal Unveils Plan for Economic Recovery

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Democratic Congressional candidate David Segal unveiled a detailed, seven-page plan yesterday for how he would deal with the recession and unemployment if he is elected to the First District seat.

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Best Mini Golf in RI

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Arms shaking, hands sweating, fingers tensing; the pressure is mounting. Must clear the windmill to capture this year’s family mini golf championship...

Which course is best for this one-of-a-kind family fun? Or how about the best course for a rainy day? Check out our list of mini-golf best picks all around the state.

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Musings While on Cloud Nine

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Just thinking …

After more than a month of heat and humidity, it’s amazing how quickly this weekend’s weather shifted to the look and feel of September with pleasantly warm, dry days and cool, comfortable nights. Just another of the delights of New England weather! But don’t get too used to it...

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Five Things: Matunuck Oyster Bar

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Since the days got warmer, the talk among food lovers was that Perry Raso's Matunuck Oyster Bar was worth the trek on any night to South Kingstown. Would it hold up to scrutiny? With Sean DeBobes offshore on vacation, his fellow GoLocalProv food contributor David Dadekian took the challenge. Here are the five things he wants you to know.

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RI Is Most Liberal State

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

It’s no secret that Rhode Island is one of the bluest of the blue states, but its ranking in a Gallup poll as the most liberal of them all—ahead of places like Vermont and Oregon—might come as a surprise.

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The fool’s gold budget and our response: Vote ‘em out!

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

I’m not happy.

The General Assembly passed a budget this year that cut funding to local cities and towns to the tune of $150 million, balanced itself on $100 million that never came (thanks Rep. Steven Costantino, House Finance Committee Chair, for selling us that one), and increased taxes for just about every Rhode Islander. Costantino even touted that taxpayers were “the winner[s]”. Winners?! Hmm if a car tax bill on my old vehicles and higher property taxes [again] constitute winning, then I feel like I hit the lotto!

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Brown Study Finds New Links Between Alcohol, Diet, and Breast Cancer

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

New research, released from Brown University and the University of California San Franciso, shows that diet and alcohol have a direct association with the genetic behavior of breast cancer DNA.

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Summer Beauty Must-Haves

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Before you panic that summer is almost over, consider the glass half-full with beauty products that practically scream summer. 

To Beach Her Own  Ever wish you could bottle the delicious fragrance of the beach (cue Kramer from Seinfeld)? Well, Bobbi Brown did just that with her seaworthy Beach fragrance

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Despite Equality, Fewer Women Are Leaders in Med School

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Although women make up half of all U.S. first-year medical students, they volunteer for leadership roles in the classroom significantly less often than men, according to a new study from UCLA.

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Which Candidates Took the Most from PACs?

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

In election 2010, candidates for Congress are raking in money from political action committees while PAC donations are playing a smaller role in statewide campaigns, according to second-quarter campaign finance reports.

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