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I am on a mental staycation. The days are long, the weather has been phenomenal, and there’s so many things in a Rhode Island summer to enjoy that don’t involve a lot of thinking. With … more
My friend and neighbor, Hal, describes a Rhode Island Phantom of the Opera where he loiters in subterranean cellars where no building inspector dare go. His dank passage is connected to a dark river … more
Here’s why my kid with autism kicks butt. I would say “kicks butt and takes names,” but he’s terrible with names.Anyway, here is why:1. He doesn’t break rules. He … more
CNBC recently named Rhode Island as the worst state for business. The designation certainly was not the first time. Forbes Magazine, for example, parceled out the dubious distinction in 2009. While … more
Every year I spend much of my wedding anniversary checking the internet and Twitter for trade news. I share my anniversary, July 31st, with the trade deadline (and my sister — but that’s … more
Besides wreaking havoc on international markets, the BREXIT vote bodes badly for Hillary Clinton. There is a parallel between the Britons vote to exit the European Union and the current political … more
In recent weeks the news in our country and around the world has been more disturbing than I can remember in a long time. Minneapolis, Dallas, Baton Rouge, Nice—the violence and the rampant … more
“I cannot speak for all those who opposed, but my understanding from those I have talked to felt that the club would become a bar, changing the dynamics of the club, [resulting] in not being a … more
Have you heard of that written piece, "Welcome to Holland"? It's a beautiful descriptive piece about raising a child with a disability. If you haven't read it, you really should. Read it … more
The white-hot Red Sox have cooled a bit in recent weeks. With their pitching continuing to be a bit suspect, it is widely believed that the team will use the trade deadline to get some pitching. Gosh … more
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