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Letters: Doughboys at Holy Angels, Rhode Island Monthly Love

August letters

Publisher’s Note, June Growing up on Maple Avenue in the sleepy town of Barrington in the ’50s and ’60s was a unique and treasured experience. My grandparents were part of the influx of immigrants who settled in Barrington and were instrumental in helping to build Holy Angels Church. My brother and I would anxiously await the arrival of the festival…

Letters: Inside the Emergency Department; Mom Blogger Audrey McClelland

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“Overnight in the E.D.,” May Memories, as many good as bad (difficult). Great staff, great colleagues, countless psychiatric evaluations in the busiest Level One Trauma Center in the Northeast. Nothing that you don't see, outstanding team efforts, I miss it and the people (believe it or not). Ray Cooney Via Facebook “Pot Luck,” At Home, May Good article. I only…

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Read letters from our June issue

"Sex Matters," May I thoroughly enjoyed Jen McCaffery’s article about Dr. Alyson McGregor's research exposing how women's physiology cannot be truly understood from studies only done with men. She is helping to correct a bias in past research. Ironically, the sexist presentation of her as a person was alarming and possibly insulting. By the final photo, I felt like I…

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Reader letters from our May issue

Buds of History Thank you for the article and photos about the Whim in the March issue . Not only are the home and gardens a magical place, they are also full of history. After Edith Wharton sold the neighboring Land's End property, Rhode Island's Governor John Beeckman moved in. My great-great grandfather, John Balfour Urquhart, was Governor Beeckman's estate…

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April letters

One Bean Short Your February issue listed eight recommended coffee locations . We have not visited any of them; we simply tank up on the best as often as possible: the Coffee Exchange on Wickenden Street. This is a quintessential coffeehouse, from roasting to brewing to serving. Their tobe with a shot of espresso along with an almond croissant is…

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Letters from the March issue.

Forward Focus Thank you very much for honoring me as one of the thirty women in Rhode Island who try to advance the public good . The Audubon Society will benefit from the article, as readers understand that no one works alone and that the assets of our organization make it possible for me to do the work that I…

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February letters

Powerful Suggestion Your recent piece, “Powerful Women” , should have also included Helene C. Martin, who is the chief operating officer (acting) of the Eleanor Slater Hospital, where she also serves as the nurse executive. She is the first woman to serve in an executive position at the hospital in its 129-year history. The 495-bed Eleanor Slater Hospital is the…

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January letters

Waves of Progress Thank you for covering the surfing classes at Narragansett Beach with the APE URI Group . Our daughter, who has had setbacks due to neurosurgery, has improved by leaps. The first year her sentences went from two words to six. The next year she said sentences twice as long. The third year she achieved goals we thought…

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December Letters

Court Schooling Glad to see a great article on Bill Reynolds, . He’s one of the true greats in Rhode Island sports — not only on the sports scene but also behind. I was playing pickup basketball with Billy at CLCF for years. My son was playing basketball for Hendricken at the time and Billy’s guidance and encouragement directed us…

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November Letters

Straight Shooter I enjoyed your article on Bill Reynolds in Rhode Island Monthly . I have been reading his column for years and have read some of his books and I always had a positive impression of who he was as a person. Your article confirmed that. It was also interesting and well written and the story of the gravedigger…