Providence, RI – There are working artists, and then there are artists who work so they can create their art. You will find them everywhere, especially in Providence. Our special Arts Correspondent Marina Windels introduces us to one of them: C.W. Roelle.
Providence, RI – How often do you have this fleeting, or perhaps even nagging, thought that you tend to take life too seriously, that you'd like to regain that childlike sense of fun and frolic? How often does genuine play find its way into your life? Sam White shares his passion for play, and about its importance in our lives.
Providence, RI – Every one of us has had moments in life when we weren't sure whether we were up to the challenge that stared straight at us. Perhaps it was in the face of sudden news about a loved one's death, the end of a profoundly important relationship, or bad news about our health. Nicole Purcell reflects on just such a time in her life, and on the lessons she has learned along the way.
Providence, RI – This week Governor Carcieri announced a package of spending cuts in an effort to close a 218-million dollar budget deficit. Will that be enough to balance the state's book - or will tax hikes be part Rhode Island's future? That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable.
Providence, RI – How often do you walk the streets of Rhode Island's cities and towns and notice - really notice - the architecture that surrounds you? What do Rhode Island's buildings mean to you - their height, their texture, their aesthetics? How do they shape your life? Ross Cann reflects on the profound meaning that Rhode Island's buildings have in his life.
Providence, RI – Wind power, Republican divisions, and a big salary for a new state official. That's part of the discussion this week on political roundtable. Joining us are WRNI Political Analyst Scott MacKay and University of Rhode Island political science Professor Maureen Moakley. We're pleased to welcome our special guest, Glenn Loury, a social critic, public intellectual, and professor of economics and social science at Brown University.
Providence, RI – At one time or another, most of us have received bad news - the kind of news that stops us in our tracks and, possibly, alters our path in life, our priorities, the way we cope with adversity, indeed our most basic understanding of what life really means. And that's exactly what happened to Kathi Kolb.
Providence, RI – It's probably not hard to imagine a time in your life when you felt something that was profoundly precious to you was slipping away, perhaps the last moments of your college career, a glorious vacation, or a very special relationship. Lauren Birnie reflects on just such an experience in her life, and on the beliefs she formed along the way.
Providence, RI – Recorded with a live audience, resident acting company members Stephen Berenson, Janice Duclos, Stephen Thorne, and Rachael Warren read and discuss three stories with Curt Columbus and Bob Seay: