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video: BETTER LIVING: Safe + Healthy Weed Removal

With big rains and plentiful sun, this Rhode Island summer is shaping up to be a prime weed-sprouting season. Help your

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High School Reunions: Finding Former Classmates in the Digital Age

Dan's mother died recently. It was a sad day for him and his family, but a good day for the committee trying to put

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SEEN: Gordon Ramsay & More Celebs in the 401

Chef Gordon Ramsay made a reappearance at DownCity Food and Cocktails yesterday to film a follow up to the “Kitchen

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slides: Best Beaches for Every Type of Beachgoer

With the mercury in the 80s this week, no self-respecting Rhode Islander can't be anywhere but the beach. Time, then, to

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slides: 5 Reasons to Go Native in Your Garden

While we're all tuned into buying local, shopping local, and staycationing local... we've overlooked a simple,

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Dear John: Beach Wear Barely There

Dear John, I’ve been seeing a great woman for a few months now. We were introduced by mutual friends at Christmas, so this

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URI Students’ Robotic Boat Wins International Competition

Only the smart kids from the Ocean State could pull off a victory like this. A team of engineering students at the

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Well-Read: RI’s Best Book Clubs

Although Book Clubs have been around for a long time it is undeniable that they have flourished in the past fifteen years

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Children’s Museum Honored for Serving RI’s “Most Vulnerable Children”

Every year, Children's Friend and Service pauses to acknowledge another organization or individual that furthers their

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AIDS Project RI Walk 2011

It may be the 4th of July, but AIDS Project RI executive director Thomas Bertrand is thinking October. Sunday, October 2

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The Wasteful Side of July Fourth

It's not the Fourth of July without a parade and fireworks, and Rhode Island will celebrate today in grand (and sometimes

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College Admissions: The Real Cost of the Most Expensive Colleges

Last week the U.S. Department of Education unveiled a new Web site that provides information on the cost of U.S. colleges.

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Tape Art Takes Over Kennedy Plaza

If you have walked downtown near Kennedy Plaza any time in the past month, you have probably noticed the gradual

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A New Way to Enjoy Rocky Point

While many Rhode Islanders will remember Rocky Point as a place to stroll, sit, and spoon, now it's a place... to walk.

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