Letters to the Editor: January

Readers reflect on Seekonk's blue blood history and a senator's remorse.

“Does he express any guilt for pushing Hillary on us and therefore passing the crown to Trump?” writes Thomas Duksta.

Letters to the Editor: October

Rhode Island Monthly readers reflect on homelessness and Rhody's lost landmarks.

Philosopher Felicia Nimu Ackerman submitted a short poem in response to our Reporter column on panhandling.

Letters to the Editor: September

Rhode Island Monthly readers reflect on the business of squid and pet fostering.

“If Rhode Island really needs a state appetizer, what’s wrong with the friendly, humble, less-threatening and better tasting quahog stuffie?” writes Mark Thompson.

Letters to the Editor: August

Rhode Island Monthly readers reflect on Bill Cunningham and adopted town love.

“This gives me a different perspective and better appreciation for our beautiful state,” writes Sue Reynolds.

June Letters to the Editor

Rhode Island Monthly readers weigh in on Twin Oaks, a Catholic axe to grind and a local Dreamer.

Reader Jack Hardin remembers the veal parma and hot fudge sundaes of yore.