Letters

Best of Rhode Island Bookstore, Get Rid of "Little Rhody"

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“Best of Rhode Island,” August Thank you for including independent bookstores in your “Best of Rhode Island” yet again this year. Since most of us are both the best and the only in our area, it is especially nice of you to include us in the poll. I know I’m not alone in my gratitude as your magazine helps to…

A Romance With Ann Hood, Projecting a Lifeline

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“Once Upon a Romance,” June I’m always glad to see an Ann Hood piece in the magazine. Her tales of growing up in Rhode Island always ring true, even when they are about derailed romances. More. Ann. Hood. Mark Thompson Kensington, Maryland I have been a big fan of Ann Hood for a long time, and I thoroughly enjoy her…

Letters: Oxygen Deprivation, Top Docs Kudos, Archives Design

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“Power to the People,” June @RWULaw proud to support @JusticeCenterRI. @RIMonthly describes terrifying instances of cutting electricity to people on oxygen machines. @MichaelYelnosky DEAN, Roger Williams University School of Law Via Twitter “Top Doctors,” May I would like to thank you for dedicating the May issue of Rhode Island Monthly to the top doctors in the state. Your publication allows…

Letters: Reporter Love, Leading Women, Sierra Barter

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Current, April Tonight I read in the April issue about Steve Brosnihan starting the flashing lights at 8:30 p.m. for the Hasbro kids and it moved me so much that he has done this wonderful thing for sick kids. I think that he and others should try to get people to start this in other state capitals. Thank you, Steve,…

Letters: Warwick Weighs In, Bay Praise

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    “You Are Where You Live,” March Your highlight of Cranston/Providence in your March 2016 issue, page fifty-one, mentions Pawtuxet Village (“…the bobbing boats of Pawtuxet Village….”) but leaves out Warwick. Those boats are still bobbing in Warwick. We're still here, in Warwick. We're still “a lovely village that, while increasingly trendy, is still a world unto itself.” In…

Letters: Water Spirit, Testing Marriage, Animal Control

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“The Water Spirit,” February I wanted to congratulate you on publishing such an interesting and engaging article about David Robinson and his research. Timothy H. Ives Principal Archaeologist Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission   Current, February In the recent February issue of Rhode Island Monthly, I read with interest “Q-and-A: The Marriage Test.” On June 25, my husband…

Letters: Fur Flap, A Gift of Land, More Yoga

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Style, January I am extremely disappointed in Rhode Island Monthly for the inclusion of the "Fur Sure" Style pages. Shame on you for advocating the horrible fur industry. It's time to get out of the dark ages and stop blatantly promoting products such as these. What a shame that the industry and the people who buy fur care more about…

Letters: Bike Dreams, Oyster Restoration Success, A Sour Taste

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“Bike Dreams,” December A huge heartfelt thank you on behalf of Project Broken Wheel Foundation and all our volunteers for sharing our program in the December Rhode Island Monthly publication. We have already started to receive calls from people reading about our program from the recent publication. The foundation has continued to grow due to grateful media attention like Rhode…

Letters: Federal Hill History, Toll Woes, Sarah Potenza Support

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“Rhode Islanders of the Year,” December I don’t know how this happened, but I guess just work really hard and be honest. I am so blown away to be named a Rhode Islander of the Year by Rhode Island Monthly. Thank you Rhode Island College (RIC) and Smithfield High School for supporting me and my dreams. Sarah Potenza Via Facebook…

Letters: Rudy's Deli, Cider Doughnuts, Library Treasure

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“Historic Renovations,” Reporter, October How about fixing our horrible roads!! BELLA MACKIN VIA FACEBOOK   “9 Amazing Things You Can Take Out From The Library,” ridaily, October I didn't know about the seed library. What a great idea! KELLY FRYE VIA FACEBOOK   “Rudy's Delicatessen Makes a Comeback,” The Dish, October A throwback to yesteryear. Love the chopped liver sandwich…