PROVIDENCE -- Michael Smith, assistant to the president of Rhode Island College, has contradicted the official position of his boss, Nancy Carriuolo, in a posting on his personal Facebook page over the weekend.
“Nothing feels worse than having to break the stage down before the performance, and I mean nothing. I love this band you were going to hear, I love the guys and girls I work with, and the only thing that stops me from devolving into a puddle of tears is knowing that it’s a long life, and the greatest gift in the world is being able to create music no matter what the circumstances,” wrote Mayer to fans via his tumblr blog earlier today.
In March of 1948, a program debuted that would remain on the air for more than 30 years. Called the “Voice of the Azores,” the Portuguese program started by Luis Raposo was a lifeline for the Portuguese population of Aquidneck Island, allowing them to hear both local news and news from their homeland nearly 2,400 miles away.
Biologists from the University of Rhode Island, Department of Environmental Management Agency, and other agencies are tracking the daily movements of sea ducks to inform offshore wind turbine siting decisions.
Salas' Dining Room on Thames Street, one of the longest-running family restaurants in Newport, was recently sold for $2 million, including the liquor license, equipment, and memorabilia, according to Gustave White Sotheby's International Realty. photo by scott gitlin/flickr
SAKONNET AREA — Legislators will vote this Thursday whether to impose tolls on the Sakonnet Bridge, said Rep. John G. (Jay) Edwards (D. - Dist 70). He is not optimistic that the toll proposal will be defeated.
The AS220 Printshop is excited to help spread the word about two projects created by Monitor Members! Using Kickstarter as a funding platform, members Erik Ruin and Beck Lane are working towards producing two great projects.
Harbormaster Matt Calouro said docks illegally left at the high water mark have been a problem for the past several winters. He’s trying to get the word out that it’s against the law to beach docks on others’ property over the winter months.
The Ocean State now has a musical shrine to call its own. On Sunday night, a ribbon-cutting was held at the Hope Artiste Village at 999 Main Street Pawtucket to debut the new Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame.
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