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Summer Reading With Robin 2015—I don’t think anyone will soon forget the…

Fit For Life: It’s All in Your Head…—Physically, we are one of the most inferior…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Container Gardens for Urbanites—Container gardens are perfect for urbanites and often…

RI Beauty Expert: The Art of Concealment – New Skin Cover-Ups—Beauty farewells are never easy, especially if the…

North Providence Company Reaches $8.75M Settlement with EPA—The EPA and the U.S. Department of Justice…

Miriam Hospital Awarded Highest Nursing Credential for 5th Time—Miriam Hospital Granted Magnet Recognition

Pawtucket 1 of 10 U.S. Cities Chosen for New AmeriCorps Initiative—The Corporation for National and Community Service

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NEW: Brown University Awards 9 Honorary Degrees at Commencement

Departing Brown University President Ruth Simmons received an honorary degree today at the 244th Commencement. Photo: Scott Kingsley/Brown University

Nine people who have distinguished themselves through their efforts in the arts, sciences, letters, scholarship, and public service received honorary degrees from Brown University during...

Greenway Challenge Race to Benefit Woonsocket Elementary School

The UniBank Blackstone River Valley Greenway Challenge has named the Governor Aram J. Pothier Elementary School in Woonsocket, as the charitable recipient of its September 29, 2012,...

slides: Great Ways to Play on the Water This Summer

The long weekend kicks off a summer full of playing Narragansett Bay as well as local rivers, ponds, lakes and streams. We've got 6 ways...

Family Matters: How To Pack for a Picnic

Memorial Day weekend conjures up the possibilities of summer expeditions, backyard BBQs, and picnics. Here's a fail-safe checklist of tips for being picnic-ready all...

Good Is Good: Are You More Likely to Get Shot in Mexico or Texas?

On May 15th, the New York Times reported the latest in a series of reports from Mexico on drug violence: Couples were walking hand in...

5 Weekend Musts: First Full WaterFire + More

Summer is here, Rhode Island! Enjoy your long weekend with our hand-picked best-ever ways to celebrate.

Seen: Real Housewife Kelly Bensimon + More

Is it us, or do all the Real Housewives of New York City stars just love our neck of the woods? Ask RHONY personality Kelly...

Modern Manners + Etiquette: Wedding Invitations + More

Questions about a wedding etiquette dilemma, business presentations, how to eat like a gentleman and not allowing a smartphone to come between you and your...

NEW: Brown Named Top 10 University to Work For in US

it's a great place to be a student... and faculty, according to a new ranking from Business Research Guide.

Brown University is not only a great place to go to school, it's also considered one of the Top 10 Best Colleges and Universities to...

Dear John: His Girlfriend Wants a Girlfriend, Too

Dear John, My girlfriend and I have been together for about two years. During that time, she has wrestled with whether she could be bisexual....

Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence Names 2012 Alumni Hall of Fame

During a special reception and ceremony at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence inducted seven former members into the...

Inside Therapy: When “Why” Won’t Work

People come to therapy because they’re stuck. They either want to stop doing something they can’t seem to stop doing, or...

College Admissions: 3 Myths About the SATs

The SAT has changed dramatically over the last 5 years... are you up to date on the best strategies?

As juniors wait anxiously for SAT scores, high school hallways are abuzz with poorly founded rumors and “strategies” for the SAT. The truth...

150 Scholarships for RI Students Still Available—RI Foundation

Local families looking for more support for next year's education's expenses need to look right here. More than 150 scholarship and fellowship funds are...

What Are RI College Degrees Worth?

Is a Brown education a good investment? Even in a recession, the answer is yes, according to a new assessment of return on investment.

With this weekend's commencements releasing hundreds of new grads into the working world, the question is never more timely: what are those college degrees...

It’s Full of Stars!

Whether in mythology or in the night sky this time of year, Hercules is enormous and eye-catching.

Several astronomical objects can lure me out into a dark sky to gaze upon majestry of the heavens. One is the Milky Way, the second...

Family Matters: How Moms Find Balance

The phrase, "balancing motherhood" is tossed around a lot these days, but it can mean many things to many people. The word “balance”...

slides: Who’s Giving the Grads Advice This Year?

Commencement season has kicked off for 2012, with New England Tech leading the pack with its May 7 ceremonies. In the weekends to come, Rhode Island will...

NEW: Pauly D Announces Car/Bike/Concert Supershow

Pauly D brings the party home to RI this summer, with a brand-new bike, car, and concert supershow.

Expanding his empire, Rhode Island's own Pauly D will be throwing a custom car and bike supershow this summer.

NEW: Two Non-Profits Win RI Foundation Best Practice Awards

The Rhode Island Foundation’s Initiative for Non Profit Excellence (INE) announced College Visions and the Pawtucket Citizens Development Corporation as the inaugural winners...

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