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Moshassuck — Where The Moose Watered

Providence hasn’t fared too badly the past two days. Despite the shrill “flash flood warning” that blared from my phone at 2:35am, the remnants of Hurricane Ida did not unload on us the way it has elsewhere. The scope of this disaster (and all the others) will take months to assess . . . if

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Roger Williams Creates The “Freest Place On Earth”

Should you head out into the storm today think of Roger Williams who spent 14 weeks surviving outdoors in just such conditions — exposed, hungry, and wearing 17th-century boots. Following his banishment from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for his “new and dangerous opinions,” Roger learned he was to be deported back to England, and headed

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Congress Serves Up Pork With Disaster Relief

First the bad news: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has just issued its outlook for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season* and they are forecasting “an active or extremely active season this year.” Now the good news: Last night on “All In with Chris Hayes” the host (Brown ’01 B.A. Philosophy) discussed the problems the

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