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The Valley Breeze & Observer 04-23-2020

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©2020 THE VALLEY BREEZE Living THE VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER APRIL 22-28, 2020 valleybreeze.com @ See 'THE REPORT', Page 14 ADRIANNA RAYMOND, a staff member at the Providence Animal Rescue League, with cat MORGAN, who is currently pending adoption. The Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has placed these kittens, named DOS, WINNIE, BINNIE, and CINCO, in a foster home, but the orga- nization is always looking for new people to sign up to foster animals. With orders to stay at home during the COVID-19 outbreak, the num- ber of folks fostering and adopting animals has increased, proving to be both beneficial to people and the pets in their care. "Adjusting to this new normal of With life on 'paws,' foster, adopt an animal in need By MELANIE THIBEAULT Valley Breeze Staff Writer melanie@valleybreeze.com See PETS, Page 13 Driver delivers a strong performance in 'The Report' ★★★ As an essential employee, I regrettably haven't had a lot of free time to catch up on televi- sion series or films I've wanted to watch. I still very much miss going to Cinemaworld in Lincoln to see the newest releases and I'm looking forward to enjoying many of the blockbuster films that were scheduled to be out this spring and summer. While the convenience of stay- ing home and watching films is perhaps a bit comfier, it is becoming a tad more daunting to find newer films on the different streaming platforms. Thankfully Netflix and Amazon Prime have been keeping a pretty steady stream of new content going up on an almost weekly basis. One such film that was supposed to be released in theaters and appears to have wound up on Prime is the political thriller "The Report," which proved to be an effective distraction for a snowy April Saturday morning this past week- end. Film Unfiltered TOM BURKE 2220 PLAINFIELD PIKE SUITE 201 CRANSTON, RI 02921 401.424.5710 (calls returned within 24 hours) Email: rmbesquire@gmail.com RI • FL • US District Court Child Support Divorce and Custody Domestic Violence & DUI Defense "Especially now...Don't go it alone." • Understand the process. • Know your rights. •Protect against problems now and in the future. • Create stability with real support that doesn't quit! • Secure an experienced guide by your side, be heard. "You know your job... I have 28 years in mine."

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