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Ric Santurri: Solomon – Do As I Say, Not As I Do—As the Democratic primary for Mayor of Providence…

LISTEN: 72% of 2014 Gubernatorial Campaign Expenditures Spent Out of State—While each candidate for Governor talks about creating…

Gary Sasse: Are Gubernational Candidates Being Realistic and Focused?—As Rhode Island enters the homestretch of the…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Blueberry Crisp—Blueberry crisp is a popular comfort-dessert, relatively simple…

Brewed Awakenings in Warwick To Open in September—Brewed Awakenings' fifth and largest coffee house will…

Tufts Health Plan and Radio Disney Brought Magic of Healthy Living to Pawtucket—Tufts Health Plan and Radio Disney AM 1260…

RI Groups Urge Police to Support Public’s Right to Record Police Activity—Nine local organizations have asked police departments across…

Fun, Fun, Fun - Beach Boys Play Newport—A spirited crowd filled the Newport Yachting Center…

Organize + Energize: 10 Ways to Make Your Mornings Easier—How many of you rush around in the…

Dear John: Does He Have a Secret Life?—She found lipstick in his car...

 
 
 

Veteran’s Day Events in Rhode Island

Veteran’s Day is when we appreciate everything the men and women of the armed forces have sacrificed for our country. Here

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Family Matters: Holiday Films The Kids Will Love

The holidays are full of films marketed to kids. Depending on your children's age or tastes, some are better saved for DVD

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NEW: Art Openings + Closings This Weekend

Willliam Schaff's work goes up this Saturday at Machines With Magnets in Pawtucket

For art enthusiasts, every week certain decisions look like, “How far am I willing to drive?” or “How am I going to fit

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5 Weekend Musts: Little Women, Delbert McClinton + More

After a day of remembrance on Friday, pick up some good, old-fashioned Rhode Island fun. We've got the five best things

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Good is Good: Trying to Live Without Social Media

“So you’ve abandoned social media. Are you writing a book? Working for the CIA? Creating a new world order? Or just

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BETTER LIVING: Green + Easy Ways to Streamline Your Office

When it comes time to clean out and streamline your office, whether it be at your home or in a commercial space, start

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Theater Review: Hamlet at The Gamm

Well-known theater companies have printed money for decades based on their Shakespeare reputations, crowing about placing

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Seen: The Gronkowski Brothers + More

Rob Gronkowski putting on a different uniform in the 401

Two famous New England sports brothers stopped by Rhode Island last week between games. Rob and Dan Gronkowski, both tight

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NEW: RI Lottery Pays $11.5M in Prizes in October

In October, there was over $11.5 million paid out by the Rhode Island Lottery to its players.  Instant ticket winners

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Jamie Jewett’s “Seven Veils” World Premiere Coming to FirstWorks

Seven weeks of firsts in the arts spanning dance, new media, music and performance art reach a dramatic finale in downtown

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Up Close with Filmmaker Richard Griffin

Though the current mainstream horror landscape consists of an abundance of unoriginal sequels and prequels, the old-school

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Dear John: She Finds Race Exhausting

Dear John,  A little while ago, I started dating a guy who’s a different race from me, and this is a new experience for

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Well-Read: Robins’ Favorite Books + More

With several authors named “Robin” in my literary life, I decided to check in with them. See what they’re up to, how they

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Rhode Island #7 in US for Working Artists, Says NEA Report

There are some hard numbers behind Providence's self-designated definition as The Creative Capital, if you apply it to all

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