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It’s been a strange summer but some things are still as they should be, like the clam cakes and chowder at Aunt Carrie’s, the local eatery celebrating its 100th anniversary. While a lot has changed in the years since Carrie Cooper opened her lemonade stand near the Point Judith Light, some things have remained the same, a testament to quality food and the strength of family bonds.

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There’s nothing quite like fresh flowers and if you’re a fan of the smell of lavender, one local South County farm has got an event you can’t miss.

After quickly selling out its first-ever “Cut Your Own Lavender” event in  June, Lavender Waves Farm, located at 3814 Commodore Perry Highway in South Kingstown, has added four more on July 11, July 18, Aug. 1 and Aug. 22. 

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Summer’s here in South County, but like many things this year, it looks a little different.

While the hot summer sun beats down on the famed sandy shores of the area and other familiar sites are still very present, the COVID-19 pandemic has limited many of the crowds and some of those classic South County activities.

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News reporters and film crews have called on Holly Dunsworth more times than she can count in recent years. She has been invited to share her insights about painful childbirth on the Netflix program “Sex, Explained,” discussed why babies cry on National Public Radio, commented about why chimps can’t throw well for the Washington Post, and addressed numerous other topics for prominent news outlets around the world.

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