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Guest MINDSETTER™ Steve Laffey: Providence Leaders Need Reality Check—Guest MINDSETTER™ Steve Laffey: Providence Leaders Need Reality…

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College Admissions: 5 Majors You Need to Choose Before You Apply

If you want to major in the Health Sciences, you would be smart to make that decision before you begin applying to college. Photo: Emory University

While many students will apply to colleges with a major designation of “undecided”, there are pitfalls to doing that. In larger universities, it...

Evita Opens National Tour From Providence Performing Arts Center

High-flying, adored: Eva Peron sings her way into immortality in the revived classic musical, Evita, which launches its national tour from Providence's PPAC this week.

Some musicals are just meant to stay in the canon, and a new production of Evita, the now-classic Tim Rice-Andrew Lloyd Webber musical that...

YWCA Rhode Island Launches ‘She Shines’ Radio Program

YWCARI has launched YW She Shines Radio to better represent women in the community and in the media.

With a goal of increasing female representation and perspective in the media, YWCA Rhode Island has launched YW She Shines Radio, a new half-hour program...

MUSIC: Pals Progressively Rock Dusk

Dusk had a little something for everyone Thursday night, with Pals headlining the show.

There seems to be an anti-genre movement when it comes to shows in Providence recently. Bands of all styles are getting together to put on...

MUSIC: The Dear Hunter Is Right On Target At The Met

The Dear Hunter brought emphatic symphonic rock, and more, to The Met. Photo: Dan Gillan.

It's another one of those times where I go see a band that I don't know much about but everyone talks about, the...

Gerald Carbone: Let’s Tear Down Waterplace’s ‘Wall of Hope’

Waterplace Park's Wall of Hope is a nuisance and constant reminder of corporate presence, believes Gerald Carbone.

A guest arrives to offer comfort in a crisis. At first this provides reassurance, but as you resume on such legs as are left you...

FirstWorks 2013-14 Season Brings World-Class Artists To Rhode Island

Tap dancing Broadway star Savion Glover is just one of the spectacular acts in the lineup for FirstWorks's 2013-2014 season.

FirstWorks is back with its biggest and most amazing season yet! The renowned company presents world-class performing arts programs that build the cultural, educational, and...

Fit For Life: Three Wellness Myths Busted

Wondering why your fitness plan is ineffective or progressing too slowly? Check out these fitness myths, debunked.

With all the opinions on health, diet, and exercise out there, it's easy to be misled about what works and what doesn't. It'...

NEW: Brown University to Host Teach-In and Vigil on Syria

Take part in Brown University's teach-in on the ongoing crisis in Syria on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, at 5 p.m.

Brown University faculty will take part in a teach-in to discuss the ongoing crisis in Syria. The event, which is free and open to the...

5 Live Music Musts: Friday, September 6th

Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion will take the stage at Fete this weekend at the first of several can't-miss shows.

It’s an especially busy Friday on the local concert scene. Here are some great shows to hit tonight and beyond…

RWU Announces 27 New Community Projects For Fall Semester

RWU is gearing up for a very busy semester with 27 new partnership projects in over a dozen local communities.

As the fall semester gets under way, the Community Partnerships Center (CPC) at Roger Williams University has started work on 27 new projects, serving more than...

MUSIC: Zappa Plays Zappa Gets Weird At Lupo’s

Dweezil Zappa, the son of the late music icon Frank Zappa took to the Lupo's stage Tuesday to take concertgoers back to the '70s.

I have a confession to make. I'm not into the whole cover band thing. On the other hand, when Frank Zappa's son is...

MUSIC: Supersuckers Roll Through Fete

The Supersuckers were all about bringing the rock 'n roll at Fete on Sunday.

Sundays can be boring, but not when a rock & roll show rolls into town. The Supersuckers lit up the lounge at Fete with Dog...

5 Weekend Musts: Fall Ethnic + Cultural Festivals

Pawtucket is bursting with arts, ethnic and cultural festivals this weekend, including the Taiwan Day Festival + Dragon Boat Races.

You know it's the beginning of fall in Rhode Island when the calendar bursts with colorful fall festivals, and this weekend is dominated by...

Pure Barre Opens First Rhode Island Studio in Cranston

Pure Barre, one of the hottest fitness trends nationwide, comes to Rhode Island in a new studio in Cranston's Chapel Hill.

One of the hottest fitness movements is arriving in Cranston. Pure Barre, the dance-inspired fitness philosphy that's sweeping the country, will open its first...

Providence Children’s Museum AmeriCorps Team Logs 22,500 Hours

The Providence Children's Museum's 17th AmeriCorps team dedicated a whopping 22,500 hours to RI's underserviced children.

Providence Children’s Museum’s 17th AmeriCorps team recently completed its 2012-13 service year, serving 22,500 hours to extend the Museum’s reach...

NEW: Brown, RISD Named Top 10 Hipster Colleges in US By Her Campus

You know you're hip if she goes here... Brown University is the school of choice (again!) for Emma Watson and ranks in the Top 10 in a new list of Hipster Colleges.

Hang on to your handlebars: two Rhode Island colleges have made the Top 10 list for Most Hipster Schools, according to hercampus.com, the popular online...

NEW: Pulitzer-Prize Winner David McCullough To Speak at Providence College

Renowned author, historian, and lecturer David McCullough will be the keynote speaker for the dedication of PC's new Ruane Center for the Humanities.

David McCullough, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, historian, and acclaimed lecturer, will present the keynote address at Providence College’s annual St. Dominic Weekend in October. ...

Newport Manners + Étiquette: Handling Dutch Treat Invitations

They want to invite the family to celebrate their father's birthday, but how do they make it clear that they won't be footing the bill?

Wedding étiquette + the girlfriend-of-the-father-of-the-bride, how to word a Dutch Treat invitation to dad's birthday, dress code for a Boho-Chic wedding + christening and what...

Rock Legend Graham Nash Coming To RI, Talks To GoLocal

Next week RI will welcome Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Graham Nash.

Sometimes, we in the media carelessly overuse the word “legendary.” This time; however, it’s well deserved. Next week, Rhode Island will...

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