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Immigrant Columnist Gives Thanks to Rhode Island

The Secret Wonders of Rhode Island

I would offer up the whole state of Rhode Island for recognition as a place of lovely, cheering politeness that makes daily living a pleasure.
— Llewellyn King, Host-White House Chronicle
WEST WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND, USA, November 22, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Llewellyn King, who has lived and worked as a journalist on three continents, has written what amounts to a paean to Rhode Island, his home state for just over four years.

In a Thanksgiving column for the InsideSources syndicate, King praises the physical beauty, the quality restaurants, and the lively pub and theater scene in Rhode Island. He singles out a new theater in little Arctic Village, which charges just $10 a ticket for its own polished productions. He writes,"That should be sent to the Guinness Book of World Records for theater ticket prices."

But King reserves his most generous praise for the manners in Rhode Island. "I would offer up the whole state of Rhode Island for recognition as a place of lovely, cheering politeness that makes daily living a pleasure, and smooths a little grease on the rough edges of any day."

In his column, King criticizes Rhode Island's neighbors. He describes Massachusetts as being arrogant and Connecticut as having an "upward-tilted nose."

He also says Rhode Island has the best Italian food in the nation, better than either Baltimore or San Francisco.

King was born in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and lived in London before coming to the United States in 1963. In his column, he gives thanks to America for accepting him as an immigrant and thanks to Rhode Island for accepting him as a resident.

As well as being a columnist, King is the executive producer and host of "White House Chronicle" on PBS, a regular commentator on SiriusXM Radio's POTUS (Politics of the United States), Channel 124, and a contributor to The Huffington Post.

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