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By Richard Asinof
PROVIDENCE – The Earth may appear to be spinning a bit faster this week, tilting on his axis toward the winter solstice, given the plentitude of hearings, lectures, talks, ribbon cuttings and …
By Dr. Michael Fine
PATAGONIA – I came for the light. We see the first morning light at 5:30 a.m., and the last traces of sunset at 10 p.m.And also for the isolation: I had an image of a Patagonia with no people, …
By Richard Asinof
NEWPORT – If all goes well with pending approval by the Newport City Council, work could soon begin in the next few months on building an electricity microgrid, the first of its kind in Rhode …
By Richard Asinof
PROVIDENCE – If the road to prosperity begins at the front door of your own home, then the recent trolley tour of the resilient city neighborhoods of Smith Hill, Olneyville and the South Side …
By Richard Asinof
PROVIDENCE – In many ways, the linchpin holding together the financial wheel for much of the future economic development in Rhode Island is Brown University President Christina Paxson, although …
By Richard Asinof
PROVIDENCE – For anyone who has developed cataracts, the blurring of vision is something that is often tolerated if not ignored, until someone else observes your inability to read exit signs on …
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