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The animal kingdom is vast. There are thousands and thousands of different species of animals across the globe. Most of them are wild, and have limited interaction with humans. Many are domesticated and live primarily with humans. Some have certain breeds and groups that are wild and some th…

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With July rolling right along and water temperatures rising, fishing remains strong. Bigger than slot limit striped bass are hanging all around everywhere and if you can be patient, Hexagenia mayflies are dancing on the Wood. 

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What more can you say about Jason Isbell? Multiple Grammy award winner, darling of the Americana scene, and judging by all interviews I’ve heard with him, a really nice and thoughtful guy, to boot. Isbell’s rise has been almost meteoric. In a normal, non-pandemic world, the release of his la…

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If you still remember your Latin, you’ll recall that omne trium perfectum translates to “everything that comes in threes is perfect.” Of course, “perfect” does not necessarily mean perfectly wonderful and, more often than not, the so-called “rule of three” refers to a complete set of utterly…

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The singer and songwriter Katie Pruitt is one of the new voices on the big tent Americana scene. On her debut for Rounder Records called Expectations, the Georgia native delivers a powerfully honest set of songs of a highly personal nature about growing up gay in the South. They are songs th…

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I have been very dutiful about sticking to the COVID-19 rules, but last week, on a sunny and windy day following a much-hyped-but-less-than-epic nor’easter, I did something that may not have been anti-coronavirus correct. Indeed, the possible-transgression I’m about to own up to may not have…

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And just like that, there’s talk of a thirty pound striped bass off Narragansett Beach. The snow shovel is still on the front step, daffodils have started lifting their heads and we are seeing our first few lice covered schoolies on the beach but a thirty? In a rainy April with still-chilly …