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Russell Moore: Elorza Lacks Accountability—Democratic Mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza just can’t be…

RI PowerPlayer: Chace Baptista—Each week, GoLocal shines the spotlight on one…

Smart Benefits: Is Your Wellness Program EEOC-Proof?—The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently charged a…

Joseph Tucci to Kick off Leadership in Technology Series at Brown—Joseph Tucci, chairman and CEO of EMC Corporation,…

AIDS Walk for Life Now in its 29th Year—The 29th annual AIDS Walk for Life will…

Patriots Survive Home Opener, Top Raiders 16-9—The New England Patriots finally returned to the…

Revs Win Streak Snapped, Fall 1-0 To Crew—The New England Revolution hit the road for…

Brown Falls To Georgetown In Season Opener—Brown’s 137th season of intercollegiate football began on…

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The Great Danes Should Overpower the Rams in Kingston—The Rhode Island Rams football program continues to…

 
 
 

Brown Grad/Best-selling Author AJ Jacobs in Providence

Brown grad and

One author today has taken the concept of “immersing yourself in your work” to the next level. That man is A.J. Jacobs,...

Family Matters: Let Them Play!

Seems obvious that kids of all ages need time to play. But how and when kids play seems to be at risk these days because...

NEW: American Idol Coming to Flames of Hope WaterFire

Idol Jimmie Allen lost an aunt to breast cancer

The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation today announced that Alex and Ani will sponsor an appearance by singer, songwriter, and “American Idol”...

NEW: Central Falls Library Gets Boost from Alec Baldwin’s Foundation

A heart for arts and lit: Alec Baldwin. Photo Flickr/Viva Vivanista

One of RI's most beleaguered city's library is getting a boost from a very famous actor... and his foundation.

Elisa D’Arrigo Opens at RIC’s Bannister Gallery

Tonight, Thursday October 6 at 5 pm, marks the official opening of a new exhibit at the Bannister Gallery.  For the first time, Elisa D&rsquo...

Perfect Weekend Jaunts

Fall days are perfect for weekend outings. Here are 5 to get you out and about.

BETTER LIVING: 4 Steps to an Organized Handbag

Most women can’t live without their handbag – or more accurately, what’s in their handbag. Money, checkbook, makeup, pens and paper,...

Good is Good: Down with Eunuchs

Have you ever met a guy who might as well be dead? You know, the guy who puts his hand out there for you to...

NEW: Rhode Island Scores Top 10 Neighborhood, Says USA Today

Those who live here love it. Those who don't wish they did. It's lively, historic, and has a view of the water. What...

NEW: Brown Launches “Open Graduate” Programs with $2M Grant

More options for grad students at Brown

A $2-million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enable the Brown University Graduate School to launch “Open Graduate Programs: Graduate Education -...

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 Championships...

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 Island, arts organizations are taking dramatic...

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 of Roger Williams University'...

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 Thursday,...

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 accompanied by Brigadier General Mark Jannitto and corporate/community sponsors...

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 example. Another is the Rhode Island Festival...

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...

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 Society, and tickets are...

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 of Appeals for the...

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 be...

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