Amadeus Finlay

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Oumâ: A tale of romance and adventure on the seven seas
February 6, 2019 No Commentby

Oumâ: A tale of romance and adventure on the seven seas

It is said that true love has no borders. In the case of Hadley Eames and Simon Wilson, that truth ...

Confessions of a Divorced Immigrant: Everything was smooth sailing before Trump's paperwork arrived in the mail
February 6, 2019 No Commentby

Confessions of a Divorced Immigrant: Everything was smooth sailing before Trump’s paperwork arrived in the mail

Given the sensitive nature of this article, the writer has assumed a pen name. It’s difficult being an immigrant in ...

AltFacts: Trapped in a Vortex: Rhody politics spin round and round
February 6, 2019 No Commentby

AltFacts: Trapped in a Vortex: Rhody politics spin round and round

Put a Pawsock in it, Gina! Baseball is, without question, the single most boring pastime on the face of the ...

Opinion: Poison in My Groceries: Food companies and big pharma want you sick
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

Opinion: Poison in My Groceries: Food companies and big pharma want you sick

There’s money to be made in suffering. In the world of food and big pharma, addiction guarantees repeat business, while ...

The Last Unspoken Taboo: Unravelling the relationship between privilege and white male suicide
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

The Last Unspoken Taboo: Unravelling the relationship between privilege and white male suicide

 In light of the recent spate of suicides by successful white men, we step beyond the shock to investigate what ...

AltFacts: Kicking and Screaming: The adults in the room continue to ride out the presidential tantrum
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

AltFacts: Kicking and Screaming: The adults in the room continue to ride out the presidential tantrum

Pt 1: Going Bye Bye There’s yet another controversy in the White House as the president stormed out of a ...

Eating Indigenous: The Narragansett Food Sovereignty Initiative focuses on traditional agricultural practices
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

Eating Indigenous: The Narragansett Food Sovereignty Initiative focuses on traditional agricultural practices

The majority of indigenous cultures across the Americas have long been highly skilled arable farmers, and it was among these ...

School's Out For Ever!
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

School’s Out For Ever!

The statistics make for bleak reading. Nationally, Rhode Island ranks 33rd in high school attainment, by far the lowest rate ...

All Our Sisters and Daughters: 2019 is the year of the Indigenous woman politician
December 19, 2018 No Commentby

All Our Sisters and Daughters: 2019 is the year of the Indigenous woman politician

The 2018 mid-term election cycle was defined by the mobilization of groups often confined to the margins, and the wind ...

Solstice Sojourn: Newgrange embodies the magic of pagan astrology
December 19, 2018 No Commentby

Solstice Sojourn: Newgrange embodies the magic of pagan astrology

There is somewhere older than Stonehenge, and it is arguably far more impressive. Dating back more than 5,000 years, Newgrange is ...