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Smart Benefits: 2015 Health Insurance Rates Approved—Rhode Island’s Health Insurance Commissioner recently announced approved…

Leonardo Angiulo: Further Refining the Investigation of Marijuana Offenses—Leonardo Angiulo: Further Refining the Investigation of Marijuana…

College Admissions: 6 Tips for Adjusting to College Life—How to make the transition fun and easier

The Rhode Island Black Business Association Launches New Website—The Rhode Island Black Business Association (RIBBA) has…

Training Camp Talk: Stocks Rising & Falling—The Patriots have completed four full days of…

Revs Topped By Late Crew Goal, Drop 8th Straight—An 84th minute goal by Ethan Finlay of…

20 Things Most Rhode Islanders Have Experienced—What makes Rhode Island unique? It is the…

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“Striking Out Hunger” Nets $75K for RI Food Bank

The Pawtucket Red Sox gave their fans a thrilling 2011 season in which the team captured their first International League

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College Admissions: 3 Danger Zones for Athletic Recruits

October is prime season for “official visits” for many athletes applying to D1, D2 and D3 colleges. As thrilling as that

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Newport’s “Murder Weekend” Getaway

Do you read murder mysteries and try to put it together ahead of the sleuth? Love the mystery of strangers in a resort

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Shepard Fairey Steps Up for Animals

First we OBEYed. Then we dared to HOPE. Now, Shepard Fairey would like us to ADOPT. Rhode Island's world-renowned

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Highlights of RISD Museum’s “Made in the UK” Exhibit

Collector Richard Brown Baker

This week marks the opening of the fall exhibition, “Made in the UK” at the RISD Museum.  There has been buzz about this

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5 Weekend Musts: Blackstone Celebration, Free Museums + More

Rain or shine, we've got five fantastic events for your late-September weekend.


Family Matters: 15 Fall Family Traditions

Now that it’s fall, our family welcomes the change of season and we look forward to carrying on traditions that celebrate

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NEW: Plummeting Satellite to Hit Earth Tomorrow Afternoon

It falls to pieces... UARS in better days.

Heads up! A 6 1/2 ton, defunct satellite has been in the midst of a death plunge from space, and the latest prediction by

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Good is Good: Are Women Addicted to Beauty?

I like to believe I am a student of popular culture. Unlike most of my straight guy friends, I watch pretty much all the

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Hot String Quartet Brooklyn Rider Coming to FirstWorks

For some, the timelessness of a classical string quartet never goes out of style, but the four young musicians who make up

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Brown Research: Online Dating + Politics Don’t Mix

Looking for love online? New research from Brown says that you're likely to keep your politics totally out of it.


BETTER LIVING: 10 Steps to De-Cluttering Your Kitchen

The kitchen is a tough place to keep organized. Food seems to end up everywhere, and you always seem to have every baking,

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NEW: Patrice Wood Receives National Honor for Adoption Work

Patrice Wood with a child from Tuesday's Child

Everyone knew Patrice Wood was an angel, but now it's official. Wood is being named the 2011 Congressional Coalition on

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5 Great Classes for Fall

Now that the kids are safely stowed at school, let's get serious about the students that really matter... us. Here are

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