Three Rhode Island-based visual artists have been named recipients of prestigious MacColl Johnson Fellowships from TheRead More
After approximately 20 Fit for Life articles, with ideas, topics, and advice flowing freely to you, GoLocal readers, I found myself on a Thursday night, with a Friday deadline looming before me, wound up from teaching my spin class, and wondering why this week’s focus wasn’t coming to me. I was looking for a fresh idea, an inspiration to write, so I thought about a few encounters I had had this week. First, was friend who talked about how good it feels when you get in more than three workouts in a weeks time. Then, there was my colleague at the gym – the “beast”, we call him - who told me that he was bummed out that work was busy and he had missed the gym all last week. I reassured him that you couldn't tell he missed a beat, and he replied "but I notice - and feel it". I knew just what he was talking about. Finally, there was my client who I hadn't seen since Thanksgiving, and hearing her tell me how she felt so much better after our session today. Then, the week’s topic hit me.
If you’ve never heard of “Mr. W.S.” by Anthony Burgess, it may be because it has never been performed in Rhode IslandRead More
Not all tap water is created equal, and we all know that bottled water puts a stress on our budgets as well as theRead More
Cutting-edge graphic designer and writer Armin Vit will appear at RISD's Chace Center tonight, Wednesday, as part of "TheRead More
Photography students at Providence College are putting images to action in an innovative new course and partnership withRead More
Renowned author and historian Gordon Wood, professor emeritus of history at Brown, has been named a winner of the 2010Read More
Anne Nolan, President of Crossroads Rhode Island, delivered sobering statistics on women, families, and homelessness thisRead More