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Latino Festival and J.Geils Coming to India Point—Two big events are coming to India Point…

Rhythm and Roots Festival Returns Labor Day Weekend—The joint will be rockin’ this Friday night…

Moore: Senator Sheehan’s First Southwest Awakening—Moore: Senator Sheehan's First Southwest Awakening

College Admissions: Why Starting in 9th Grade Matters—Every fall, I see families of seniors in…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Harvesting Green Beans + Sunflowers—Gardening made simple...

5 Live Music Musts - August 28, 2015—Two free music festivals are highlights this week…

Buddy Guy Brings the Blues to Indian Ranch—The reigning champion of the Chicago Blues was…

Providence Folk Festival Coming Sunday—The second annual Providence Folk Festival is coming…

Moore: Elorza’s Misguided Guatemalan Tour—Moore: Elorza's Misguided Guatemalan Tour

College Admissions: 6 Steps To A Killer College Application—Put your best food forward...

 
 
 

Newport Manners + Etiquette: When Divorced Parents Must Deal With a Funeral

How can divorced spouses deal with the tragic burying of a child? Didi Lorillard has wise counsel.

What is the etiquette for taking your cocktail to the dinner table, how do I respond to a friend about my spouse's illness, do...

NEW: Ghiorse - Son of Sandy on the Way to New England

Don’t Look Now But … This is just what storm-ravaged areas of the northeast don’t need … another large and potentially...

Election Day Freebies + Specials in Rhode Island

Need more incentive to do your civic duty and vote on Tuesday, November 6 in Rhode Island's elections? We've rounded up some sweet deals...

TRENDER: Tattoo Artist Mike Boissoneault

More pain and blood: Tattoo artist Mike Boissoneault discusses the ups and downs of inking here in Rhode Island, including how many times he's had to do the

Which Rhode Islanders are emerging in art, fashion, food and style?  They're Trenders, and GoLocalProv offers a chance to learn about the people...

Dear John: A Rocky Transition From Girlfriend To Friend

Dear John, I moved to a new area about 7 months ago, joined a church and immediately met a girl there. We dated for about 4...

College Admissions: Deadline Changes From Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy's devastation left many college applicants without power and the ability to file early decision applications. Here's what's happening this week and strategies for moving forward.

Each year during one of the big admission deadlines, a natural disaster hits. It can be a tornado in the Midwest, a hurricane in the...

NEW: RIC To Hold Admissions Open House Nov. 10

Rhode Island College will host an Admissions Open House on November 10. Photo: Rhode Island College.

Thinking about school in your future? Rhode Island College’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions will offer an Open House on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 1-4:30...

James Clayton Sattel’s RI Views: The Hurricane

Photographer James Clayton Sattel is passionate about Rhode Island, particularly those shores, crags, and vistas of his home island: Aquidneck. Jim, like all Rhode Islanders,...

Muse Expands Boutique Collection to ‘Tiny Art’

MUSE, Warren's charming jewelry and gift store, is bringing tiny, affordable art into its collection, and the timing couldn't be better with the...

NEW: RI Receives $1.6 Million for Child Trauma Project

At today's announcement of a $1.6 million award to RI for child trauma work: Margaret Holland McDuff, CEO of Family Service of RI; Dr. Susan Erstling, Family Service of RI child trauma center; Congressman David Cicilline; Dr. Janice DeFrances, director of the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families; and Francis Paranzino, vice president/chief operating officer of Newport County Community Mental Health Center, a partnering agency with Family Service of RI.

Congressman David Cicilline and Family Service of Rhode Island CEO Margaret Holland McDuff today announced that the non-profit has been awarded a $1.6 million federal grant...

Family Matters: Fall Projects + Setting Back The Clock

Fall's leaves are a perfect reason to work together as a family and have some fun doing it as well.

As we continue to recover from Hurricane Sandy, here's hoping there are moments in your family's life to be able to enjoy the...

RI for Community + Justice Honors 130 Leaders

Rhode Island for Community + Justice takes a gala night to celebrate 60 years of leadership in social justice.

Rhode Island for Community and Justice (RICJ) celebrates 60 years of progressive social change by honoring 130 courageous Rhode Islanders who from 1952 to today, led the way...

slides: EXCLUSIVE: What Rhode Island Politicians Handed Out For Halloween

We all talk about politicans handing out favors, but what about when it's Halloween, the biggest hand-out night of the year? GoLocalProv sent a...

5 Weekend Musts: Elf, The Musical at PPAC + More

Crazy holiday fun invades PPAC this weekend when Elf, The Musical, takes to the stage.

Fall is in full swing here in Rhode Island and another eventful weekend approaches. Here are 5 ways to make the most of it!

Good Is Good: Guys Have BFF’s, Too

When I was a rower in college, many Saturdays during the winter we would meet in the cemetery on the edge of campus, set on...

MUSIC: All Hallows Eve Spooks AS220

Infectious folk-rock from Rich Ferri & The Wealth on the Water were part of a stirring All Hallows eve at AS220.

On Halloween night at AS220 in downtown Providence, folk music ruled the stage that was a treat to the costume adorned masses. The Sugar Honey...

Boy Scouts ‘Scouting For Food’ In Rhode Island

They're Rhode Island's boy scouts, and they're coming to pick up your canned goods on November 3.

Get out your canned goods, Rhode Island. The Boy Scouts are coming! This year marks the 25th Annual Scouting for Food Drive, a long standing...

NEW: Second Rhode Island Community Cancels Halloween

South Kingstown is now the second town in Rhode Island to cancel Halloween, in response to damage from Hurricane Sandy. Westerly, hit hard by the...

NEW: Chafee Not Cancelling Halloween Statewide, Westerly Delays

Trick or treaters will have to wait until next week to enjoy Westerly's downtown Halloween event. Photo: saebaryo/flickr

Hurricane Sandy has set back the Halloween festivites in Westerly, but contrary to rumors, Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee is not putting a statewide kibosh...

slides: Best Neighborhoods for Trick Or Treat in Rhode Island

It's Halloween, and we've got a round-up of what are considered the best spots for lots of great decorating, tons of jack o'...

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