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Monday, October 25, 2021
Innovation Ecosystem
Michael DiBiase, left, the president and CEO of RIPEC, and Linda Katz, the co-founder and policy director of the Economic Progress Institute, were the principal policy collaborators and experts in helping to shepherd the Making It Happen recommendations by the Rhode Island Foundation on how to spend $1.1 billion in investments in Rhode Island.
By Richard Asinof

PROVIDENCE - Like clockwork, the Rhode Island Foundation rolled out its agenda for investing some $1.1 billion in "big ideas" on Tuesday morning, Oct. 19, in a presentation given by ...

Innovation Ecosystem
PROVIDENCE - Make no mistake, the coldness of winter is fast approaching. All color is temperature; and the changing hues in the skies above Rhode Island, with their darkening blues offering a ...

Mind and Body/Opinion
PART One PROVIDENCE - Misinformation and stigma regarding the acquired neurocognitive disorders known as "dementia," associated with diseases such as Alzheimer's, often ...

Mind and Body
PART TwoPROVIDENCE - Here is the ConvergenceRI interview with Laurie Gunter Mantz, which follows PART One, an op-ed she wrote about why dementia is not a disease.ConvergenceRI: Do you know how ...

Delivery of Care/Opinion
Editor's Note: The following letter to the editor was sent to and then published by The Providence Journal on Wednesday, Oct. 20, as a guest column. ConvergenceRI is reprinting it with the ...

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