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Narragansett Beer Distances Itself From Lovecraft’s Racist Views—Narragansett Beer Distances Itself From Lovecraft's Racist Views

Students, Demonstrators Protest Trump in Providence on Inauguration Day—Students, Demonstrators Protest Trump in Providence on Inauguration…

The 20 Biggest Wins In Patriots History—The 20 Biggest Wins In Patriots History

State of the State Address & Budget Proposal: This Week at the State House—State of the State Address & Budget Proposal:…

Spieth’s 33 Points Not Enough as Brown Falls to Yale 75-74 in Thriller—Spieth's 33 Points Not Enough as Brown Falls…

WATCH: Donald Trump’s Inaugural Address—WATCH: Donald Trump's Inaugural Address

ABC6’s Caught in Providence: Red Light Camera—ABC6’s Caught in Providence: Red Light Camera

Fit For Life: Germophobia & Etiquette in the Gym—Fit For Life: Germophobia & Etiquette in the…

The Cellar: Chateau Fombrauge—The Cellar: Chateau Fombrauge

Biggest Winners and Losers in Raimondo’s FY 18 Budget Proposal—Biggest Winners and Losers in Raimondo’s FY 18…

 
 

Narragansett Beer Distances Itself From Lovecraft’s Racist Views

Narragansett has released a new Lovecraft-inspired beer - and has weighed in the more controversial aspects of the famous Providence author.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Narragansett Beer this week released its sixth brew in its H.P. Lovecraft series, named for one of Providence’s most famous — and infamous — authors, who in recent years has come under increased scrutiny for his racially charged writings. 

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video: Students, Demonstrators Protest Trump in Providence on Inauguration Day

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Hundreds of students -- and demonstrators -- marched in protest of President-elect Donald Trump in Providence on Friday, just before Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.

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slides: The 20 Biggest Wins In Patriots History

The infamous snow plow game.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

From the infamous snow plow game to AFC Championships to key regular season wins. The New England Patriots have been in and won some of the biggest games a team can have. 

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State of the State Address & Budget Proposal: This Week at the State House

Saturday, January 21, 2017

The State of the State address is heard, the governor proposes her budget and more. This week at the State House.  

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Spieth’s 33 Points Not Enough as Brown Falls to Yale 75-74 in Thriller

Steven Spieth went for 30 points but it was not enough

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Steven Spieth poured in a career-high 33 points, including seven three-pointers, but it was not enough as the Brown Bears fell to Yale 75-74 at the Pizzitola Center on Friday night. 

Brown falls to 1-2 in the Ivy League and 10-9 overall. Yale improves to 2-1 in the Ivy League and 10-6 overall. 

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video: WATCH: Donald Trump’s Inaugural Address

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States following his inauguration ceremony on Friday. 

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Fit For Life: Germophobia & Etiquette in the Gym

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Yes, gym etiquette is a real concern – and it’s lacking in most gyms. I know you go to the gym to sweat and get down and dirty, but there are a few things we can do to make it a nicer, and safer, experience for all. I’m not saying you need to wear white gloves and a bow tie to work out, but some simple courtesy goes a long way, especially during peak hours, when things get crowded. 

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Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Snug and Warm

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Gardeners are resilient folks. Our cities are full of people who face winter with fortitude and hope. Snow storms and frost bite nip at fingers and toes. We scurry from buses and cars to heated workplaces and home. Our kitchen tables have piles of seed catalogs to peruse. Heirloom seeds and plants are the rage.

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The Cellar: Chateau Fombrauge

Saturday, January 21, 2017

This week's featured wine is an absolutely stunning Bordeaux! Chateau Fombrauge is this week's featured Estate – an Estate that has been making wine for over 500 years. The latest chapter in the history book of Chateau Fombrauge was written in 1999 when it was purchased by Bernard Magrez, the owner of such iconic Châteaus as La Tour Carnet and Pape Clément, not to mention Château Clos Haut-Peyraguey - one of the premier sweet wine producers in Sauternes. After acquiring Chateau Fombrauge Bernard Magrez hired acclaimed Bordeaux-based wine consultant Michel Rolland to help tweak procedures in the vineyard and winery and help forge the next generation of Chateau Fombrauge wines.

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Biggest Winners and Losers in Raimondo’s FY 18 Budget Proposal

Governor Gina Raimondo

Friday, January 20, 2017

Governor Gina Raimondo introduced her tax-and-spend plan for Rhode Island for Fiscal Year 2018 on Thursday, which she said “focuses on building on our strong momentum and creating a better Rhode Island for working families and businesses.”

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