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Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Infinity Beckons—Urban gardeners cannot abandon their fertile plots.

5 Live Music Musts - Coffeehouse Edition—This week, “5 Live” highlights a mainstay in…

Interview With a Zombie—Ask any music fan who led the British…

Moore: Speaker Mattiello Should Resign Over 38 Studios—Moore: Speaker Mattiello Should Resign Over 38 Studios

College Admissions: 5 Majors You Need to Choose Before You Apply—It can affect your whole application process...

5 Live Music Musts - September 25, 2015—This week on “5 Live” we’ve got a…

Top Fall Concerts—Fall arrives this week and that means it’s…

Moore: RI’s 38 Studios Economy Breeds Unfairness—Moore: RI's 38 Studios Economy Breeds Unfairness

College Admissions: Strategies for ADD/ADHD and LD Students—Tricky questions for complex issues...

5 Live Music Musts - September 18, 2015—“5 Live Music Musts” is our weekly round-up…



EXCLUSIVE: Dunkin’ Donuts Worker Writes ‘#BlackLivesMatter’ on Police Officer’s Cup

GoLocal Exclusive

A Providence Police officer went to purchase a coffee on Friday night and his cup had a message from the Dunkin' Donuts… Read More



Is Rhode Island Due for a Big Hurricane?

Will Rhode Island dodge a bullet -- this time? Pictured: Edgewood Yacht Club in Hurricane Carol in 1954.

While Hurricane Joaquin is expected not to strike the East Coast directly after battering the Bahamas, Rhode island is still… Read More



NEW: Dunkin’ Donuts Corporate Responds to GoLocal Report on #BlackLivesMatter, Prov Police

Dunkin' Donuts has issued the following statement in response to a GoLocal report about a Providence Police officer who… Read More



Providence Police Union Says Dunkin’ Donuts Employee Safety Issue to Officers

The Providence Fraternal Order of Police issued a strongly worded statement after an emergency meeting today. The… Read More



Brown Wins 5th Straight Governor’s Cup, Beat URI 41-31

Photo courtesy of Brown athletics

The Brown Bears (1-2) defeated the (0-5) University of Rhode Island Rams 41-31 to win the Governor's… Read More



Revs Fail to Clinch Playoff Spot, Fall 3-1 to Chicago

The New England Revolution (13-10-8) fell 3-1 to the (7-18-6)Chicago Fire on Saturday night at Toyota Park. The loss prevents… Read More



NEW: Bryant Falls 31-24 to Monmouth

The Bryant University Bulldogs (2-2) fell 31-24 to the (2-3) Monmouth Hawks on Saturday afternoon in West Long Beach New… Read More



Guest MINDSETTER™ Jennifer Wall: Are We Doing Enough to Protect Youth From Tobacco Addiction?

Although we can be proud that Rhode Island has the second lowest youth cigarette smoking rate in the nation at 8%, that is… Read More



Bryant Set to Battle Monmouth on ESPN3

The Bryant University Bulldogs (2-1) on the road once again this week as they visit the (1-3) Monmouth Hawks of the… Read More



RI Lottery Set to Debut Redesigned PowerBall Game on Sunday

Rhode Island Lottery has announced and is set to debut changes to the PowerBall game. The changes are designed to create big… Read More



URI and Brown Set for 100th Meeting on Saturday Night at Brown Stadium

URI's Jim Fleming & Brown's Phil Estes.   Photo courtesy of brown bears.com

The Brown Bears (0-2) are set to host the (0-4) University of Rhode Island Rams on Saturday night at 6… Read More



Potential Tax Break for Federal Reserve Building Raises Concerns

Political and community leaders are voicing concerns that developers of the Federal Reserve building in downtown Providence… Read More



slides: Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - Oct. 2 2015

Russ Moore

Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who is rising and who is falling in RI politics, business, and sports.… Read More



Moses Brown Welcomes Rachel Moulton as New Head of Upper School

Rachel Moulton

Moses Brown School has introduced Rachel Moulton as the new Head of the Upper School. Moulton started at Moses Brown in July… Read More



Sec. of Education Arne Duncan to Step Down From Obama Administration

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is stepping down in December after working in the Obama administration for seven years,… Read More



Friday Financial Five – October 2, 2015

The third quarter was unkind to equity investors in a variety of ways. Domestically, the S&P 500 experienced its first… Read More



Finneran: In Defense of John Boehner

John Boehner

John Boehner, Speaker of the House! The poor guy. He’s from Ohio, a sensible place with lots of nice people. He… Read More



Dunkin’ Donuts Center to Host 2017 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey East Regional

Dunkin' Donuts Center

The Dunkin' Donuts Center has been chosen by the NCAA to host the East Regional of the 2017 NCAA men's ice hockey… Read More



NEW: Teny Gross Leaves Institute for Non-Violence for Chicago, Fox Interim

Teny Gross

The Institute for the Study & Practice of Nonviolence has announced that Teny Gross will step down as executive director… Read More



First Offshore Wind Farm in Nation Begins Construction off Block Island Coast

Deepwater Wind's five turbine Block Island Wind Farm will be the first offshore wind farm in the nation, located just… Read More



ProJo Held Key 38 Studios Story At Request of EDC

Confidential memos and emails showed that the Providence Journal had caught wind of the negotiations between Rhode Island… Read More



RI Commerce Picks 2 Out-of-State-Firms to Brand and Promote RI Tourism

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation announced its selection of three firms for its $5 million tourism campaign - and picked… Read More



NEW: Raimondo Warns Rhode Islanders to be Prepared for Hurricane Joaquin

Gina Raimondo

Hurricane Joaquin has been upgraded to a category 4 storm with winds up to 130 mph as it makes its way through the bahamas… Read More



NEW: Operation Backpage Nets Seven More Arrests in Providence

The City of Providence announced seven new arrests as part of its continuing "Operation Backpage" efforts, which came after a… Read More



Gencarella: Rhode Island - The Rule of Lawlessness

We all know that RI is a sanctuary state, however very few people have vocalized their opposition to this as strongly as they… Read More



slides: The 25 Best Corn Mazes, Apple Orchards and Haunted Houses in New England

The perfect guide for the family day trip or the weekend fun date -- see GoLocal's look at fall fun. There are three… Read More


Beauty & Fashion

RI Beauty Expert: Inside/Out Beauty Care - Jahmeir Skincare Studio

You have often heard the saying that “beauty comes from within." Well, this is particularly true of beautiful Pamela… Read More



Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Infinity Beckons

Tithonia Photo credit: Leonard Moorehead

Urban gardeners cannot abandon their fertile plots. The shoulders of the year offer gardeners plenty to do and some of us… Read More



5 Live Music Musts - Coffeehouse Edition

Singer-Songwriter Dar Williams Plays the Narrows Center Saturday

This week, “5 Live” highlights a mainstay in local music, the "coffeehouse."  Historically, coffeehouse… Read More



video: GoLocalTV: The Gala of The Royal Horses Coming to Providence on Sunday

The Gala of the Royal Horses is coming to the Dunkin' Donuts Center for the first time ever on Sunday, October 4 for one… Read More



slides: 10 Great Things to do in Newport This Weekend - Oct. 2

Fall is here and there is more than enough activities going on in Newport this weekend to keep you busy. 



Darth Vader Coming to RI Comic Con

David Prowse as Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back

Rhode Island Comic Con has announced that David Prowse, best known as Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy will be… Read More



Fort Adams to Host Laser Tag Battles Starting October 10

Photo courtesy of flickr

Fort Adams will host laser tag battles in the inner ditch area of the fort starting on October 10th and going till the 25th.… Read More



Interview With a Zombie

The Zombies Play the Park Theatre on October 10th.

Ask any music fan who led the British Invasion in the 1960s and they’ll tell you it was the Beatles. But many would… Read More



It’s All About Education: Why Poverty Affects More than the Poor

One in every five children in America lives in poverty. That child may be hungry, and he may not know where his next meal is… Read More



Chef Walter’s Flavors & Knowledge: Onion and Emmental Cheese Soup

This particular soup takes about 20 minutes to make and very suitable for fall weather during a lunch or as part of a dinner.… Read More



Newport Manners & Etiquette: Social Faux Pas

What were the most annoying social faux pas into Newport Manners this week? Social media etiquette, alienating hygiene… Read More



Organize + Energize: 4 Common Mistakes People Make in the Organizing Process

There are many mistakes that can be made during the organizing process. These mistakes will lead to your project taking… Read More



How to Succeed at Online Dating

You have made a big change in your life but now it's time to revitalize your love life. Have you tried online dating… Read More



slides: 10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes - Sept. 29

Calling all animal lovers! If you're on the lookout for a new pet for you or your family, look no further.



College Admissions: 5 Majors You Need to Choose Before You Apply

If you want to major in the Health Sciences, you would be smart to make that decision before you begin applying to college. Photo: Emory University

While many students will apply to colleges with a major designation of “undecided”, there are pitfalls to doing… Read More



slides: New Things Arriving in Rhode Island

There are plenty of great places to eat, live and shop in Rhode Island already, but there is more coming. 



Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: The Fragrant Garden - Herbs for All

Photo courtesy of Leonard Moorehead

Scent is the key to memory. Breath deep, inhale the garden’s palpable aroma. All fragrance identifies. A newborn… Read More



Fit For Life: It Starts With “I Can”

This is tough! But it’s hard! I’m tired. That’s heavy! These are all things I hear constantly throughout… Read More



Ask a Bartender: Why Do You Need My Credit Card to Start a Tab?

The after dinner crowd is a fun crowd who is generally out for the night. They may be celebrating something, or simply… Read More



Huestis: October’s Morning Planetary Parade & 2 Meteor Showers

Are you a morning person? Well, if you wish to view an absolutely beautiful grouping of planets during October you’ll… Read More


Beauty & Fashion

RI Beauty Expert: Taking It All Off - Five New Makeup Removers

Mom slathered on cold cream and tissued it off. And left an oil slick behind. A friend from high school didn’t remove… Read More


Beauty & Fashion

“Fashionably Late” Presented by BENRUS Set For October 1 in Boston

Camille Kostek

Benrus will show off their fashion collection on Thursday, October 1st when they present Fashionably Late at the Liberty… Read More



slides: 10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - Sept. 25

Another busy weekend of events in Rhode Island. Fall Festivals are in full swing as well as other great events and… Read More



Complex Learners: What to Look For

As parents and educators we understand that one size does not fit all. Your child might approach social situations slowly… Read More



5 Live Music Musts - September 25, 2015

Tommy Emmanuel Plays The Vets Sunday

This week on “5 Live” we’ve got a couple of guitar greats and a jazz singer who can be labeled a local… Read More



slides: 10 Great Things to do in Newport This Weekend - Sept. 25

Fall is here and there is still more than enough activities going on in Newport this weekend to keep you busy. 



video: GoLocalTV: Newport Vineyards 20th Anniversary Bash This Sunday

Newport Vineyards will celebrate their 20th anniversary year, after John and Paul Nunes acquired the winery from retiring… Read More



Huestis: The Total Lunar Eclipse

While casual stargazers with small to moderate telescopes still observe the Moon and planets, more advanced amateur… Read More



A Little Drop of Sunshine: 6 Reasons You Need to Know Your Vitamin D Levels

As the day gets shorter in New England and Fall approaches, our time outside in the sun gets less and less. Along with the… Read More