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I Love Old Barns

Nick Kondon discovers fascinating historical items in a barn in Hope Valley, Rhode Island.

By Nicholas H. Kondon | September 08, 2011
Pipes, Plaids, and Prejudices

The Repercussions of the Civil War Linger on

I was invited to an open forum on the Civil War and intrigued by what would be said, I went along.

By Nicholas H. Kondon | July 12, 2011
Mysteries of the Newport Tower – Still Unsolved

Part 2

In Part One of the Newport Tower mystery, a grand jury of our readers heard flimsy evidence that Vikings, knights, monks, and Benedict Arnold built the Tower in Newport, Rhode Island.

By Nicholas H. Kondon | March 31, 2011
Mysteries of the Newport Tower – Still Unsolved

Part 1

Nick Kondon investigates the mystery of who built the Newport Tower in Newport, Rhode Island and why.

By Nicholas H. Kondon | March 23, 2011
Victors Write History and Fiction

Nick Kondon investigates the truth behind why Burnside's Bridge was named after the famous Rhode Islander.

By Nicholas H. Kondon | October 18, 2010
Gray's Grist Mill, Adamsville, Rhode Island

Last week I was lucky enough to be driving the back roads of the South Coast of Massachusetts around Westport. There was not a cloud in the sky and the sun was warm and comforting.

By P. Ann Pieroway | July 25, 2010
Rhode Island

The Ocean State’s large bays and inlets account for over 30% of its total area. Rhode Island is low-lying with its highest peak at Jerimoth Hill just 812ft above sea-level. The state is known for its beautiful coastline and being home to the best art schools in the United States.

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