Showing posts from August, 2012

From the I {heart} Rhody Flickr group

Waterfire19 by

Determination - Newport, Rhode Island by misterfoto

rw statue by jambori39

Early Birds by E Godfrey

IMG_2994 by nat_19901

Plum Beach Lighthouse, RI by nelights

Morning lightning near Carnegie Abbey on Narragansett Bay in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. by robert.rinkel

Untitled by markv20

Last colors by Rick Payette

Sunset from India Pt. Park by mary jane 43

"ODC3 Down... :Explore, August 18, 2012 by R Joanne

Providence Skyline by mike_dooley

Colt Park 1 by SteelToad

Newport... lighthouse by leith70


Chowder by MStoeckle

Newport Cliff Walk by Armadillo Commander

Pawtuxet village by dadofliz

Superman building, Providence by provbenson2009

DSC_8285-Edit.jpg by Wilks2010

:) by Jerri Moon Cantone

Farmer's Market by GoProvidenceRI

Rev Edward B. Hall House by robtm2010

Shop Local ~ Jarred's Home Goods ~ Warwick

Jarred's Homegoods
51 Colonial Ave.
Warwick, Rhode Island
(866) 645-9108

I wasn't aware of Jarred's until I saw a Groupon for the store awhile back. I went with G., and it took us awhile to find the place. It's definitely off the beaten trail.

When we arrived, they had just closed for the day, although we and another couple of people had both read that the store closes at 6 on the Internet. They were very cheerful and gracious about re-opening for us and encouraged us to take our time.

Jarred's is named for the most recent of three generations of family members who own the consignment shop.

There's Jarred with his mom and grandmother.

It's a good sized store with lots of stock, mostly home furnishings and decor, a little jewelry, too. Jarred was excited to tell us that they've just begun buying gold and silver as well.

I found a great table and an antique sewing basket for Bear, both at reasonable prices, even before the Groupon kicked in.

Since it'…

From the I {heart} Rhody Flickr group

At the Beach by Jerri Moon Cantone

Ship Street Farmer's Market by GoProvidenceRI

Sunrise Fort Wetherill RI by E Godfrey

DSC_7263 by dadofliz

Night of Providence by Armadillo Commander

Alone by jpsphoto

Untitled by markv20

The Winding Road by mike_dooley

Providence by leith70

Carny in repose by provbenson2009

New site of Tockwotten Home on side of Fort Hill by mary jane 43

Updike Room at the Greenwich Hotel - East Greenwich, Rhode Island by misterfoto

Fair by MStoeckle

Sail vessels near Newport, RI by nelights

IMG_2990 by nat_19901

superman1 by

"A hazy morning at the pond. by robert.rinkel

Buttonwoods Beach Path by Rick Payette

Colt Park 2 by SteelToad

Tiverton Four Corners Schoolhouse No. 1 by robtm2010

41/365 Days in Colour by R Joanne

Providence Night Shot-13 by Wilks2010

Movie review ~ The Call of Cthulhu

The Call of Cthulhu is one of H.P. Lovecraft's best-known works, and has been made into a dozen movies. This version is particularly interesting because, although it was made in 2005, it was shot to look like the silent movies of the early 1920s. In fact, it is a silent movie.

It was an interesting story, though I couldn't say how close it is to the source material. It tells of a man who follows a series of leads he discovered in his granduncle's papers, and learns of a cult that worships Cthuhlu. Cthulhu is a priest or prophet of old gods, a monstrous betentacled creature that will one day rise from the depths of the sea to the glory of his followers.

It was fun to see some familiar Providence landmarks in the film. The decision to shoot as a black and white silent really lends to the old and creepy feel of the film.

Since The Call of Cthulhu was a short story, the movie is likewise short, only about 45 minutes. But well worth the time investment.

The Call of Cthulhu is …