April 19, 2018
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As I step very gingerly from one era of my life (my working years) into the next era (my golden years) I find that I feel more gratitude than I have ever felt at any other stage of my life so far. … more
The first English settler to establish his home within the territory that became old Rehoboth was neither Roger Williams nor Rev. Samuel Newman, who brought his congregation from Weymouth in 1643 to … more
Buying a home can be lots of fun. It’s exciting to see all those years of dreaming come to life in a place you can finally call your own. With so many possibilities at your fingertips, it's … more
Certain topics are guaranteed to cause friction in marriage. For some, it’s in-laws. For others, it’s work-life balance. Or the kids. Or housework. And then there’s money. When … more
February seems like a good time to talk about our visit to the almost-new National Museum of African-American History and Culture this past year. This is the newest addition to the … more
It was a Saturday morning in early January a year or so ago, and we were waiting, many of us eagerly, for a snow storm the weather forecasters were promising would materialize. Early in the week, … 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
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
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