March 23, 2018
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Now that the holidays are over and we’ve all fattened up for the winter, it’s time for hibernation. Sadly, that is not possible for humans as we face the annual winter wonderland. We … more
In the spirit of the season, here is a reprint of an article I wrote a few years ago. It is about Virginia O'Hanlon (1889–1971). People today may not remember the phrase so much, but back in … more
Support EP Heritage Days 2017 You asked for it East Providence and you got it. Now it's our turn to walk the walk. Since 1981 local residents like Junior Butler have been producing and scheduling … more
"A Place to have Picnics and Play Frisbee?" The Pawtucket Red Sox issued a press statement this week in which they promote their plan to re-design and move the Triple A stadium from its present … more
"Save the Clock Tower!" - That was the famous rally cry in the 1985 movie 'Back to the Future' in which Marty McFly is whisked through time. A similar cry, of sorts, has been heard a couple of times … more
My 25 Cents Worth Many moons ago I was given the opportunity by David Howard to write opinion pieces for the East Providence Post. David was a past President, editor and writer for the EP Post, He … more
Looking for an escape from winter’s wrath in New England? Live in Buffalo, NY? This first hand review of a Florida beach should help. … more
It Takes a Village...Townies Speak Out! Is it East Providence, Rumford, Riverside, Kent Heights, Watchemoket...? By Bob Rodericks If you live in East Providence, R.I., you may have a … more
By Bob Rodericks Mayor James Briden: In an end of year conversation with East Providence Ward One Councilman, James Briden, The Mayor says "2013 was a good year for East Providence." The … more
School Days, School Daze, Days Gone By (Remembering favorite teachers & schools) By Bob Rodericks "School days, school days, dear old Golden Rule days...." Well you know the rest of that … more
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