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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.

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URI Hosts Fall Colloquium on Technology + Future

URI looks to the future this fall, bringing some of the biggest thinkers in technology and futurism to Rhode Island. The

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NEW: Brown Hockey Players Save Kids From Drowning; How It Happened

When six Brown University hockey players took a late-summer daytrip to Little Compton, they had no idea they'd end up at

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2011: Festivals, Films + More

With the coming of fall, Providence's festivals celebrate the vibrant diversity of its large Spanish-speaking population.

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5 Weekend Musts: Rhythm & Roots, Paw Sox Finale + More

The last thing you want to do with your last summer weekend is worry about what to do. So we've done it for you. Here are

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NEW: Providence #27 Manliest City in America

Come at me, bro: The Manly City's Mayor Taveras

Effing right, bro. Providence is the #27 manliest city in America, up a 6-pack from last year's ranking in COMBOS

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NEW: Free Help Arrives for Debris Clean-Up

For the tens of thousands of Rhode Islanders still dealing with downed trees and limbs, free help is on the way.

 
 

NEW: Food, Benefits for RIers Who Lost Food in Storm

It's the potentially devastating final effect of Irene. Many Rhode Island residents without power for more than 24 hours

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East Greenwich Artists Show at Warwick Museum of Art

When you think of East Greenwich, you may think first of top-flight high schools. But the curators at the Warwick Museum

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Late Summer Dates: Outdoor Movies + Extras

Just because Labor Day is upon us, it doesn't mean you can't stop having fun outside at night. Each Thursday evening at

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Good is Good: The New Macho

Men are certainly under attack from all sides at the moment—whether it’s the endless list of celebrity bad boys or the

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NEW: RI’s State Slogan “Unwind” 3rd Worst in the Country

How much does our recent state slogan suck? A whole lot, according to The Awl, a popular online source for college

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NEW: Free Showers, Shampoos + More for RIers with No Electricity

As power outages continue to plague Rhode Islanders, local organizations are stepping up with creative bursts of

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Local Labor Day Getaways

We know you love your backyard and your favorite beach. Want a few more ideas for great getaways for this holiday weekend?

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Seen: American Idols + More Celebs

There was one big name on everyone’s minds this weekend, but even Irene couldn’t keep the rich and famous from New

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