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PROVIDENCE – Everyone was smiling. There were few discouraging words to be heard under a bright blue cloudless summer morning sky. [A few protesters on bicycles holding signs, worried about … more
PROVIDENCE – In 2009, Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison received a “Lifetime Achievement” award from the Norman Mailer Foundation. The ironic, if not iconic, image of Toni … more
PROVIDENCE – At the end of her “official” first week on the job, ConvergenceRI sat down to talk with interim Providence School Superintendent Dr. Frances Gallo in her office, in … more
NEWPORT – The long tradition of political involvement and protest represented by the Newport Folk Festival is destined to survive, if the outlook of several young singer-songwriters who … more
PROVIDENCE – There is so much to remember about 1969, a year when the tectonic plates of American society and culture moved far part and shook the foundations of our national identity, not … more
PROVIDENCE – The remnants of storms from recent stories published in ConvergenceRI, much like the sound of distant thunder from a late night summer squall, or the constant rumbling from truck … more
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