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Saying goodbye to the family beach house

As published in the Providence Sunday Journal, July 19, 2015.

I spent my summers as a boy at Scarborough Beach in Narragansett, thanks to Henry Ford’s assembly line, Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s efforts to get the country out of the Great Depression, and my Auntie Tina’s powers of persuasion. 644 more words


A Kid's New Summer Haircut by Howie Lisnoff

A Kid’s New Summer Haircut

By Howie Lisnoff

A day in June in the late 1950s was almost like a birthday. My birthday, six months earlier, always had a frozen landscape and unpredictable weather. 1,230 more words

Sand Hill Cove

This piece originally appeared in The Narragansett Times.

Sand Hill Cove

There is one place that I hold as the most beautiful place on earth in my mind. 590 more words