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The Valley Breeze & Observer 02-18-2021

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creatively about how they can re- address statues … to tell a broader historic story." Pari, of Providence, is a mem- ber of the Special Committee for the Review of Commemorative Works, developed by the city of Providence's Department of Art, Culture and Tourism to develop a more formal process for bringing commemorative work into the city. He said he's hoping this film will also help get the word out about the advisory panel. In terms of the debate, he said the solution is not always about removing statues. "I really love the re-interpretation idea," he said, or adding something around a statue that contextualizes it. As an LGBTQ-owned organi- zation, TEN31 Productions "has strived, pushed and promoted inclusion in all aspects of its art- work, including a diverse produc- tion team and a diverse performer roster," including encouraging clients to include BIPOC historical figures as part of their installations, performances and event experi- ences, according to organizers. Everyone who participated in the making of the film donated their time, including Montage Media Productions; Mike Henriques, director of photography and edit- ing; and Jessica Brown, cultural consultant. Tammy Brown played the role of Ida B. Wells; Mary Arnold played Virginia Brooks; and Richard Davia played Robert E. Lee. In addition to Auger, Stephanie Carey provided produc- tion and support. To set a reminder to watch "Unalienable" during its release, visit SnO3yYn5LBU . For more infor- mation, visit wemakepretend. com . The film, which was shot at Prospect Terrace in Providence, will also live on the group's Facebook and YouTube pages so people can watch it anytime after the release. On the set of "Unalienable," are ERIC AUGER, left, and TAMMY BROWN portraying the statue of Ida B. Wells. TEN31 From Page 12 VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION | FEBRUARY 18-24, 2021 ENTERTAINMENT 13 ACROSS 1. Big tech firm 4. Picked 10. Type of whale 11. A woman of refinement 12. New England state 14. Common gibbon 15. Tall coniferous tree 16. State capital 18. Making a liquid muddy 22. Vinegary 23. Peninsula 24. Thee 26. Atomic #55 27. Used in units of measurement 28. Welsh female name 30. Arab ruler title 31. One's mother 34. Trap 36. Soviet Social- ist Republic 37. Assn. of oil-producing countries 39. Holy fire 40. Emit coherent radiation 41. Atomic #81 42. Orthodox Jew- ish college 48. Herbs 50. Ran after 51. Begin again 52. Named 53. Barbary sheep 54. Unwell 55. Postscript 56. Drivers 58. One point east (clockwise) of due north 59. Prim 60. A facility equipped for sports or physi- cal training DOWN 1. Small islands 2. Skullcap 3. Unexplained events 4. One hundredth of a meter 5. Beloved base- ball announcer 6. Repulsive 7. Northern Euro- pean languages 8. Match or sur- pass 9. Northeast 12. Chew the fat 13. Innovative industry 17. Land to put down to grass 19. Products 20. Nostril 21. Surprise Ice- landic politician 25. Conclusive acts 29. Inform on 31. Grinding tooth 32. Keep up 33. Tablelands 35. Raising 38. Mythical crea- ture 41. Hums 43. Mountain in Antarctica 44. Neighborhood in Manhattan 45. Distinctive practice 46. Vice president 47. Contributes to 49. Small bones 56. Oil company 57. Empire State Answers to this week's crossword puzzle can be found on page 16. Dining Guide 1290 Mineral Spring Ave. North Providence 722-3222 Fax Orders 722-0300 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Sat. 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Too busy To call? E-mail your ordEr: Pauly Penta's G o u r m e t I t a l i a n D e l i Easter Menu Check out our Full Easter Menu online! boar's head hams ALL hams come oven ready pre- glazed, decorated with pineapple & cherries & in a foil pan • Whole Sweet Boneless Ham • Half Sweet Boneless Ham • Whole Semi Boneless Sweet Ham • Half Black Forest Ham • Whole Black Forest Ham • Whole Honey Maple Ham • Baby Black Forest & Baby Honey Maple aPPeTIZers • Pizza Rustica • Frittatta's omelets • Antipasto • Stuffed Mushroom Lasagna sTuffed sheLLs or manIcoTTI desserTs • 9" Round Rice Pies • 9" Round Ricotta Pies both available with pineapple VegeTabLes • Red Bliss Mashed Potatoes • Oven Roasted Potatoes • Roasted Carrots • Glazed Carrots • String Bean Almondine •& more chIcKen escaroLe souP sTuffed arTIchoKes Uncle Tony's Pizza & Pasta Family Style Restaurants — THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS — Wednesday – Sunday © $ 15 95 BAKED SCROD Comes with pasta and soup or salad and crusty Italian bread. Daily Lunch Specials OPEN Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m. Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m. 46 Putnam Pike, Johnston, RI 231-8111 260 Newport Ave., East Providence, RI 438-4646 1455 Oaklawn Ave., Cranston, RI 463-7785 comes with pasta & soup or salad $15.95

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