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Newport Folk Festival 2015: Sunday Highlights—The final day of the Newport Folk Festival…

College Admissions: Insider Secrets for Pre-Med Applicants—Everything you need to know about med school…

Newport Folk Festival 2015: Saturday Highlights—Saturday was another historic day at the Newport…

Newport Folk: Top Friday Acts—The Newport Folk Festival got off to a…

5 Live Music Musts - July 24, 2015—There’s something for everyone this weekend on 5…

RI State Police Arrest 8 for Sex Trafficking, Solicitation of a Minor—Eight individuals have been arrested for crimes allegedly…

10 Great Things To Do In Rhode Island This Weekend - July 24—Kick off your weekend with a bang when…

10 Great Things To Do In Newport This Weekend - July 24—Kick off your weekend with a bang when…

Providence’s Custom House Tavern To Reopen As The Diamond Room—The Custom House Tavern will open in the…

 
 
 

5 Weekend Musts: Air Show + More

The next few weekends are for having all kinds of varied fun before we kick into Independence Day gear here in Rhode Island. What are...

Good Is Good: Father of the Grad

I never went to a prom.  Girls scared me. I ran long distances on country roads, by myself, instead. I also graduated from Amherst...

The Steel Yard’s Cruise Night Coming in July

The Steel Yard, Providence's unique urban-industrial arts center, gets even more into metal next month with a unique fundraiser.

Modern Manners + Etiquette: Icebreakers + Condom Etiquette

Icebreakers for meeting anyone anywhere in a social situation and condom etiquette are hot topics this spring at Didi Lorillard's NewportManners.com. Along with...

NEW: Providence Ranks High in Manliest Cities

Providence jumped three spots in COMBO's "America's Manliest Cities," ranking 24th this year. Even better, Rhode Island's capital is the manliest...

slides: 8 Father’s Day Gifts for Every Type of Dad

Father’s Day is less than a week away. Whether your dad is an avid golfer or in need for pampering, we&rsquo...

First-Ever 12 Meter Yacht Racing Comes to Narragansett

You might think that 12 meter racing is the sole province of the America's Cup scene in Newport. Think again. For the first time, America'...

Dear John: This Time, Painkillers Are Causing Pain

Dear John, I have a friend who has struggled with prescription drug abuse. It’s been a very serious problem for her. She has...

Tape Art Exhibit at Renaissance Providence

On Monday June 11, at the Renaissance Providence Downtown hotel large Tape Art drawings will cover the top and Francis Street side of the building. As...

video: Medical Marijuana User Directs Documentary ‘License To Grow’

Medical marijuana gardens are part of the backdrop to Joshua Fishlock's new documentary, License to Grow. Photo: Joshua Fishlock.

A Rhode Island filmmaker who is also a medical marijuana patient is making a documentary about medical marijuana from the patient's point of view.

Inside Therapy: When Judging Gets Us Into Trouble

You are so judgmental. You can’t not be. Making judgments about other people’s behavior comes naturally to human beings; it&rsquo...

slides: James Clayton Sattel’s RI Summer: Reflections

Photographer James Clayton Sattel is passionate about Rhode Island, particularly those shores, crags, and vistas of his home island: Aquidneck. GoLocalProv is delighted to be...

Rhody Ramble—New Summer Program for Families

This summer, a new program aims to get families having all kinds of fun at Rhode Island's historic sites. The new Rhody Ramble offers...

Sky Watching: Saturn the “Recruiter”

A writer always needs a good headline to entice the reader to sit up and take notice. And I’m sure several of you...

Quest Montessori School Breaks Ground in Narragansett

Next week, Quest Montessori School breaks ground on a project that not only puts Rhode Islanders to work but ultimately helps provide affordable quality education...

Asian Artists at Warwick Museum of Art Tonight

It's not often that Asian artists exhibit work in Rhode Island, and it's even more rare to meet Asian artists at a reception...

Family Matters: Strawberry Picking

Now's the time to pick your own strawberries and celebrate the delicious fruit. Perfect to eat as is, blended into smoothies, baked into pies,...

NEW: Brown Names Russell Carey Executive VP of Planning/Policy

Russell Carey, a 1991 graduate of Brown University, moves into a new role in planning and policy. Photo: Mike Cohea/Brown University

Russell Carey, a 1991 graduate of Brown currently serving as senior vice president for Corporation affairs and governance, has been appointed executive vice president for planning...

slides: The Smartest Cities in New England

How smart are New Englanders? And which cities are the smartest overall? A new ranking by San Francisco-based Lumos Labs has taken a fresh look...

Good Is Good: When I Was a Bad Dad

Let’s get a few things straight from the start. My kids (ages 18, 16, 7) are the most important thing, along with my wife, in my...

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