Rhode Island and Italian Chicken Goodness

Welcome to Rhode Island Day. Today we celebrate the last of the original colonies to become a state. Rhode Island was established by Roger Williams, a man persecuted for his beliefs in Massachusetts. Williams sought religious and political freedom when he established his colony in 1636 in what would become Providence, Rhode Island.

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Rhode Island’s Charm

Today is National Rhode Island Day. By now we all know that Rhode Island isn’t an island at all, yet it’s inhabitants are never more than an hour’s drive to the shoreline. And rightly so, since the shores of Rhode Island are public lands.

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Celebrating The State of Rhode Island

Today we celebrate all that is Rhode Island. Despite its name, Rhode Island isn’t an actual island. The majority of the state is also part of mainland America. Like its name, Rhode Island is a land of contradictions.

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