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Man Dies at Salve Regina Library According to President Gerety—Salve Regina President Jane Gerety announced late Tuesday…

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MUSIC: Long Lost Plays Dusk

Photo of Long Lost by Hilary Courts

Sometimes all you need is amplified rock bands that can close out your weekend with a bang. Long Lost headlined a show at Dusk with...

NEW: RISCA Wants Local Artists For Airport Exhibits

Designated exhibit spaces at Block Island's airport, shown here, as well as TF Green, are ready for more works by local artists.

Are you a local artist looking for some much-needed exposure for your artwork? Well, you're in luck, because The Rhode Island State Council On...

5 (Long) Weekend Musts: Summer Pops in Bristol + More

Send summer officially into collective memory with a classic concert by the RI Philharmonic in Bristol this weekend.

It's here, Rhode Island--Labor Day Weekend! Are you ready to get out to the beach, get out in the yard, and generally get OUT?...

slides: Artist Spotlight: Pawtucket’s Arts Marketplace

This detail from a work by Pawtucket photographer Aaron Usher is just one of many fine works for sale next weekend at Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket.

The Second Annual Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket is coming in little over a week, open on Saturday and Sunday, September 7th and 8th from 1...

Rhythm & Roots Returns To Rhode Island This Weekend

It's back and better than ever--this weekend's Rhythm & Roots Festival, in Charlestown.

The Rhythm and Roots Festival returns to Charlestown this Labor Day weekend.  The event, in its 16th year, draws thousands annually to Ninigret Park....

Newport Etiquette + Manners: Smoking Etiquette

Smoking always raises a cloud of etiquette questions... this week's concerns the increasingly common e-cigarette.

Banning e-smoking and vaporing, where to draw the line in Smoking Etiquette? Should my boss keep all my tips? Wedding etiquette for the groom's...

Dear John: Bad Dad Wants Back Into Their Lives

Dear John, My father left my mom when my sister and I were teenagers. It was a terrible time and it was followed by more...

TRENDER: Wilbury Theatre Group Artistic Director Josh Short

Josh Short, from his parent's basement to the stage of Trinity Rep.

Who are the Rhode Islanders leading in arts, fashion, food, and style? They're Trenders, and GoLocalProv offers glimpses of the people you most want...

Organize + Energize: Back To School Family Calendar Ideas

A good family calendar can be a centerpiece of an organized family.

This is the last installment of articles for back to school organization. I hope you have picked up some tips or tweaked what you already...

Moms Can-Do’s: Fishing Holes + End of Summer Fun

Casting a line in a backwoods pond is  a rite of childhood. Here's where to take them for their own big fish tales.

Introducing Moms Can-Do's, a GoLocal weekly feature sponsored by Southwick's Zoo, for moms of little ones--from toddlers to elementary schoolers. Looking for fun...

slides: MUSIC: Newport’s Celtic Rock Festival

The Newport Celtic Rock Festival, in its 16th year, has become an annual tradition in the “City by the Sea.” On a day...

College Admissions: 5 Reasons To Take The ACT Exam

The ACT exam is evolving from an interesting alternative to the SAT to a bona fide first choice. Is it right for you?

While the SAT still dominates standardized testing for college admissions, the ACT has gained significant ground in the last 10 years. Originally,...

The Movement Exchange Dance Studio Opens in Pawtucket

A new and vibrant center for artists and the community has launched in Pawtucket: The Movement Exchange.

Pawtucket's arts scene just got richer, with the opening of a vibrant new dance studio. The Movement Exchange (545 Pawtucket Avenue) was founded...

MUSIC: Monogold Shines At Fete

Ever wanted The Arcade Fire to play stripped down without the violins? Meet Brooklyn's Monogold, who headlined at Fete this weekend.

I always like seeing bands I don't know much about at a cool venue, a first hand experience from witnessing an act play live...

Fit For Life: Are You Reading That Label Right?

The word

It says it’s healthy, right on the label! Right? I have dealt with many people that claim they can't get the results...

MUSIC: Vudu Sister Gets Acoustic at the Met

Vudu Sister went acoustic at The Met and sounded great as ever. Photo: Ken Abrams

There's always something incredibly beautiful about intimate singer-songwriter performances, it really touches the heart, mind & soul to create a truly soothing experience. At...

RI Director Richard Griffin Asks Fans to Help Fund New Film

Are you ready to invest in Future Justice?

Although major celebrities like Zach Braff and Spike Lee have jumped on the crowd-sourcing bandwagon recently to fund personal projects, independent filmmakers have been utilizing...

5 Live Music Musts: Friday, August 23rd

The Doors' Robby Krieger will perform this at West Warwick's new venue, Manchester 65.

As summer begins to wind down, be sure to check out some great music in town this weekend...Manchester 65 is a new concert venue in...

Woony River Ride Celebrates Reopened Urban Bike Path

Celebrate the re-opening of the Woonasquatucket bike path with the Woony River ride on Saturday, September 21st.

At long last, the Woonasquatucket bike path is re-opened! Over the past year, part of the Greenway Bike Path had been closed for Narragansett Bay...

Clark University Students Intern Creatively At WaterFire

WaterFire is one Providence's great urban traditions, and this year it could not have happened without Clark.

As WaterFire draws crowds and interest from far beyond Rhode Island, it has drawn a trio of avid students from Clark University...

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