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PORTSMOUTH — Common Fence Point will host its fourth annual Halloween celebration from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31. The family-friendly event is free, and everyone in Portsmouth is … more
By Lynda Regolrego@eastbaynewspapers.comA shakshuka is a beautiful thing — and perfect for this cool fall weather. A bright red tomatoey sauce with sunny eggs and bright green herbs is just … more
The fire and police departments will be hosting a joint open house at their respective stations from noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23. Families and friends are invited to attend and meet local … more
David Podsnap was up to his neck in chores Monday. With a store (Podsnappery/Galactic Theatre) to run, a new album to finish recording and appointments to make, he was full out. But Warren Walkabout … more
Sweet Start Smackdown is Nov 18. Experience the beautiful waterfront and historic neighborhoods of East Bay, RI, and southeastern Massachusetts, while enjoying the diverse cuisine of the area's best restaurants. more
I’ve been experimenting for about a year using white whole wheat flour in baking (and pancakes).I’m all for more fiber in my diet (most Americans could use more), but whole wheat flour … more
“Beowulf” is a blast! Now, that sentence may seem incredulous to anyone who had to slog through the saga as part of freshman English required reading; but at Trinity Rep, trust me, … more
These days, I feel as if I’m living on borrowed time. I pulled carrots and onions and am using the Swiss chard as quickly as I can. When the forecast for a recent Thursday night was 48 degrees, … more
The Sakonnet community will mark the end of the summer season by celebrating the time-honored Fisherman’s Ball on Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Sakonnet Point Club from 6 to 10 p.m. The event, which is … more
If beer, music, food, more beer, music and tons more food is your thing, Burr’s Hill Park is the place to be Sunday. The Fusionworks Dance Company is throwing its annual Fusion Fest from noon to … more
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