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Misquamicut Beach to Present FallFest—The Misquamicut Business Association will host FallFest at…

Gronkowski “Good to Go” Week 1—Rob Gronkowski told reporters at Gillette Stadium that…

Russell Moore: Experience Makes Caprio a No-Brainer for Treasurer—Let's face it: politics is strange business.

Smart Benefits: Two Regs Issued on Contraceptive Coverage—Two regulations on contraceptive coverage were recently issued…

Peace Flag Project to Host Rhode Island Month of Peace in September—The Peace Flag Project will host over 30…

Don’t Miss: Fall Newport Secret Garden Tours—The Benefactors of the Arts will present a…

Fall Activities for the Whole Family—Mark your calendars for the best activities of…

Skywatching: Seagrave Memorial Observatory Centennial (1914-2014)—Skyscrapers, Inc., the Amateur Astronomical Society of Rhode…

The Urban Gardener: Harvesting Green Beans + Sunflowers—Gardening made simple...

Friday Financial Five - August 29, 2014—The Tax Foundation has put together a helpful…


Seen: Ted Turner, Michelle Obama + More Celebs

He may be 72 years old, but Ted Turner can still sail with the best of them. He proved that at the 12 Metre North America

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Don’t Miss: Festival Ballet Providence’s All-Star Gala

Vilia Putrius and Mindaugas Bauzus in Plotnikov's

The drama of an artistic performance is usually solely on-stage. But with economic hard times particularly keen in Rhode

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Civil Rights Icon Andrew Young Headlines RWU Inaugural Week

Civil rights legend Andrew J. Young comes to Bristol and headlines a week's worth of events to celebrate the inauguration

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NEW: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Auditions Coming to Providence

Hometown host Meredith Vieira looking for RIers

It's Rhode Island's turn to shine. And get RICH. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire will be in Providence next week on

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NEW: Roberts to Launch Operation Holiday Cheer 2011

Care packages for RI troops overseas

Lt. Governor Elizabeth Roberts will launch Operation Holiday Cheer 2011 tomorrow, October 5, at an announcement event

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Well-Read: Festival of Children’s Books & Authors Preview

We all have our favorite fall traditions--pumpkin picking at Shartner Farms (along with their homemade french fries), for

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Dear John: They’re Opposites, But Will They Attract?

Dear John, our dating histories are complete opposites. I'm not sure if he's ever had a girlfriend, and I know he's a

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Don’t Miss: Saplings & Spirits in Newport

A savory celebration is taking root in Newport. Saplings & Spirits will be the first annual fundraiser of the Newport Tree

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NEW: Rogeriee Thompson & Barnaby Evans Receive Humanities Awards

Tom Roberts Prize: Barnaby Evans

The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities (RICH) will honor Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson, federal judge for the U.S. Court

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Soldier, Rhodes Scholar, Author & Youth Advocate Wes Moore to Speak in RI

Few young men can tell a story as compelling as Wes Moore. And it is the good fortune of Rhode Islanders that Moore will

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College Admissions: 6 Steps to a Winning Application

Early admission deadlines begin in just a couple of weeks. Families often ask how to make an application stand out among

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Review: Gazillion Bubble Show at PPAC

Fan Yang and his bubbles

The World Premiere of the Gazillion Bubble Show at the Providence Performing Arts Center will leave you asking “How did he

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slides: Family Matters: October Craft Ideas

You do not have to be an uber crafter to get in the Halloween mood. There are plenty of ways to get crafty with kids—some

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Sister of No Mercy: Salve’s President Jane Gerety Coaches Football

No Mercy: Sister Jane at sunrise practice

She may be a nun, but this university president is a sister of no mercy. At least when it comes to her football program.

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