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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
PROVIDENCE – At every turn, it seems, the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic in Rhode Island have exposed many of the shortcomings and disparities in the state’s … more
PROVIDENCE – Each Labor Day for the past few years, I have chosen to write a personal essay about the nature of work, covering episodes in my life that did not fit easily into a predictable … more
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