Pub Note

Publisher’s Note: Dollars and Sense

RIM's publisher, John Palumbo, reflects on the quest for the perfect post-high school path.

John O’Donnell PhotographyAssociate editor Casey Nilsson’s personal revelations about the struggle to balance the quest for the perfect post-high school path (“The Promised Land”) is probably a tale familiar to young and old students and their parents. When do we make the decision to intercede with the question to both students and parents: Just how much debt can we handle?…

Publisher’s Note: On Solidarity

RIM's publisher, John Palumbo, reflects on local business and a free press.

“It would be inappropriate in an issue where we celebrate not to take note of the sobering assault on journalism we’re experiencing.”

Publisher’s Note: Playing With Letters

RIM's publisher, John Palumbo, muses on BYOB, WTF and ETR.

“The cover feature of this issue is an acronym meaning ‘Bring Your Own Bottle,’ although I have heard the more candid ‘Bring Your Own Booze’ more than once,” he writes.

Publisher’s Note: Art Smart

RIM's publisher, John Palumbo, muses on membership at one of the nation's oldest art clubs.

“I sincerely hope you will take the time to embrace, discover and enjoy the work of our fellow Rhode Islanders,” he writes.

Publisher’s Note: Rhode Games

RIM publisher John Palumbo muses on some "only in Rhode Island" moments.

“Enter the magical elixir we produce this time of year,” he writes, “an issue that is fun, pokes fun and might engage you in fun.”