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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…

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

RI Resource Recovery Collected 6K Pounds of Clothes—RI Resource Recovery has received more than 6,000…

5 Live Music Musts - August 29, 2014—We’ve got Rhythm and Roots and a whole…

The Cellar: Late Summer Values—While this week saw some fantastic weather there…

 
 
 

Don’t Miss: Gala for Central Falls’ Historic Adams Library

Don't miss a chance to dress up, party, and support one of the state's historic libraries... in Central Falls.

 

Dear John: Sleeping with the Boss

Dear John, Okay, I’ll come right out with it. I’m having an affair with my boss. I am a divorced professional woman in my

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WaterFire Goes to Singapore

It's about as global as an event could get. WaterFire will break new ground this coming weekend when fires will be lit in

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Well-Read: 5 Books for Your Fall Reading List

Summer reading is now behind us as thoughts turn to the exciting fall book releases. I managed to get most of my summer

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NEW: RI Goes to the Emmy Awards—Who Took Home Statues?

Brown grad Julie Bowen snags top honors

Rhode Island was at the Emmy Awards in Hollywood last night, and came home with some coveted statues. Here's the whole

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Brown to Host Two Iconic African Writers in Historic Appearance

Chinua Achebe

Literary history will be made at Brown University this month. On Monday, September 26, two pillars of African literature,

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Chifferobe: Bawdy Events with Retro Style

While vintage may be what you want for your wardrobe, it also defines some of Rhode Island's most creative, sexiest events

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College Admissions: How to Get the Most Out of College Fairs

The fall college fair season is upon us. School gyms and convention centers will be buzzing with parents and students

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New “Comedy Monday” Series Launches at Roots Cafe

Things are about to get a whole lot funnier in downtown Providence. At least on Mondays. Roots Cultural Center has

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Hundreds of RI Volunteers Give Middle School New Life

Serve Rhode Island, the state’s largest volunteer service organization, mobilized hundreds of volunteers on Saturday,

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10 Things You Have to Do this Fall

With this weekend's air crisp and dry, and the beginning of color hitting the trees, it's time to dig into the fall's

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NEW: Dropkick Murphys, Pauly D Back in the 401 this Weekend

Talk about two local stars who couldn't be more different hitting the 401 this weekend...

 
 

Don’t Miss: Misquamicut’s Fall Fest 2011

Fall may be looming, but the 2011 beach season never ends at Westerly’s Misquamicut Beach. The 2011 Misquamicut FallFest,

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5 Weekend Musts: Guatemalan Festival, Harvest Fair + More

Feel fall in the air? Which means it's time for some harvest celebrations, as well as great ethnic festivals and a whole

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