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AMHERST, Mass. – The descent through walled concrete plazas, broad ramps and flights of steps to the museum’sentrance recalls the era of the 1970s, when students milled in protest around … more
BOSTON, Mass. – As I prepare to start a new job as an editorial writer for the Boston Globe, I think back to my first professional job in journalism, also in Boston.Richard Asinof, now the … more
ELY, Minnesota, somewhere 20 miles north of the town, in a canoe, in late September of 1986 – I am paddling in the Boundary Waters in northern Minnesota, approaching one of the many points of … more
PROVIDENCE – When the R.I. Low and Moderate Housing Act Study Commission convened on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 10, the brilliant competence of the leadership of Cortney Nicolato, the president … more
PROVIDENCE – Buried in the news release put out by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022, touting the $87.2 million in direct investments delivered by the Senator, as part of the … more
PROVIDENCE – To step into the new job as the executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count, an organization in transition after more than two decades of leadership under Elizabeth Burke Bryant, … more
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