The Rhode Island Baseball Experience

Promoting Rhode Island Baseball Since 1972

A penny for your thoughts… The next time you get a penny in your hand, try what I do.  Look at the year it was minted. Think about that year – a sporting event, a concert you went to, a family event such as the birth of child or wedding. For me, I always think …

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SONK UPDATE: News from our friends at Special Olympics North Kingstown If you haven’t done so already, be sure to link into all of our social media! Facebook: Like us- Special Olympics North Kingstown Twitter: Follow us- @TeamSONK Instagram: Follow us- Team_SONK Email: teamsonk@gmail.com Website: www.sonk.org See you all at East Bay Area Games April 11, 2015 …

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Toes were tapping, fingers were snapping, and families were clapping last night at the “Night of Jazz” concert at Curtis Corner Middle School.  Kids from 4 local schools – Davisville Middle, Wickford Middle, Cole Middle, and host Curtis Corner Middle – performed a wide array of jazz classics much to the delight of the packed …

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I caught up with local bronze artist, Marshall Poole, about his work.  He currently has one of his pieces of art entitled “Halo” at the Wickford Art Association gallery on Beach St.  In addition, he is going to have two pieces “Hitting the Core” and “Christine” at the URI Feinstein Providence Campus. You can see these …

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Captain Dave here from the Quonset Davisville Navy Yacht Club, or QDNYC.  We are a community driven yacht club located on the beautiful coastal waters of Quonset Point.  Our community members have been working hard this off season on renovating our main building.  We have done improvements on the kitchen and the siding of the building, …

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This Monday, March 30th, four local middle schools, including Wickford Middle School, will be participating in a “Night of Jazz” at the Curtis Corner Middle School.  I am really looking forward to hearing the performers, especially my son who will be performing under the instruction of Michael Iadevaia for Wickford Middle School.  It should be …

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