What if Rhode Island actually had five political parties instead of two?
The General Assembly has a lot of uncontested seats, and more than a few missed chances for both parties.
Learning about enjoying the ocean and only somewhat-coerced acquisition of land.
Lincoln, “a federation” of mill villages, home to Rhode Island’s major canal and site of some of its heaviest labor unrest.
Friday Flagging returns to visit the very Italian Town of Johnston.
Each Friday, I look at the flags and associated symbols of cities and towns in Rhode Island. This week, we
Hopkinton, where the town arms exercise the right to bear arms.
Examining the flag of Glocester, a place of Ancients and Horribles, Dorr rebels, and elephant-murderers.
The RI Freedom Center’s Justin Katz uses bad math to attempt to show we shouldn’t look at racial and ethnic differences when it comes to COVID-19.
A look at the flag of Foster, the town that was born in a sort-of-gerrymander in the midst of revolution, and then named after a living person.