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PROVIDENCE – It can be confusing to attempt to decipher the conflicting narratives at play about what is happening with the reopening of public schools and colleges and universities in Rhode … more
PROVIDENCE – We are all intimately connected to plastic in our everyday lives, It is in what we wear, in our toothbrushes and hair brushes, in what we sit on, in our keyboards on which we type, … more
Editor’s Note: Last year, ConvergenceRI published this story by Betsy Taylor about the bounty of wild mushrooms she discovered, with the help of a colleague from Thailand. Recently, Taylor send … more
PROVIDENCE – Grrr. My blood boils when I imagine what 10 years of under-resourcing schools, housing, and health facilities in Rhode Island neighborhoods will do.Unfortunately, that’s … more
PROVIDENCE – There is a wonderful short story by James Thurber that first appeared in The New Yorker [and was later part of the collection, The Thurber Carnival], entitled, “Here Lies … more
PROVIDENCE – These days, whole novellas seem to pass swiftly before our eyes in Twitter threads, amidst a world where much of our waking time is taken up, it seems, with Zoom meeting after … more
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