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LIVE: RI Native Musician Nico Franc on His “Homegrown Tour”—LIVE: RI Native Musician Nico Franc on his…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Schoos: Burdened Tenants, Evictions, & Still No Access to Justice Commission in RI—Guest MINDSETTER™ Schoos: Burdened Tenants, Evictions, & Still…

RI State Police Search for Road Rage Shooter—RI State Police Search for Road Rage Shooter

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Picnic Tips, Handling Guests, + Women’s Short Shorts—Newport Manners & Etiquette: Picnic Tips, Handling Guests,…

AUDIO: U. S. Senator Reed on Hot Mic: “Trump is Crazy, I’m Worried”—AUDIO: U. S. Senator Reed on Hot Mic:…

LIVE: Local Stylist, Rodrigues Has Style Tips on Transitioning Wardrobe for Fall—LIVE: Local Stylist, Rodrigues Has Style Tips on…

Elvis Costello & The Imposters Take PPAC—Elvis Costello & The Imposters Take PPAC

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Lobster & Roasted Pepper Salad—Chef Walter's Flavors + Knowledge: Lobster & Roasted…

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Revolution to Host 3rd Annual Bowl for a Goal at Splitsville Luxury Lanes—Revolution to Host 3rd Annual Bowl for a…

 
 

Tower’s Viability Questioned, Developer Wants $15M in RI Subsidies & Tens of Millions from Prov

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

A consultant hired by the I-195 Commission picked apart the proposed plan by New York City developer Jason Fane to build a residential skyscraper tower in Providence, questioning the developer's assumptions -- and viability of the project -- before the commission voted Tuesday evening for the project to move forward.

The battle between the analysis by the consultant hired by the state agency and the developer was just one of many points of contention during the nearly three hour meeting of the Commission, with union bosses turning out in support of the project, and potential neighbors and concerned residents questioning the size and scope of the project.

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U.S. Senator Reed Defends His Open Mic Comments About President Trump

Reed and Trump

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

U.S. Senator Jack Reed got caught calling the President of the United States "Crazy" on a live mic, but in an email from his office to GoLocal on Tuesday the Senator's office refused to offer any apology. In fact, Reed kept up his harsh criticism of Donald Trump.

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Schoos: Burdened Tenants, Evictions, & Still No Access to Justice Commission in RI

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rhode Island has an affordable housing problem.  There isn’t enough affordable housing to meet demand. According to HousingWorks RI, 40% of Rhode Island households rent apartments. These renters, ideally, should spend no more than 30% of their incomes on housing costs, including rent, insurance, utilities, and other housing related expenses. Any more than 30% indicates that the renter is cost burdened.

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RI State Police Search for Road Rage Shooter

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rhode Island State Police are seeking witnesses to a road-rage incident in which the occupant of a car travelling north on Route 146 fired several shots at another car near the on-ramp to Interstate 295 in the afternoon on Tuesday.

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Newport Manners & Etiquette: Picnic Tips, Handling Guests, + Women’s Short Shorts

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

More questions about short-shorts, handling guests, how to address an honorable and the skinny on picnic tips, all to Didi Lorillard this week at Newport Manners.

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AUDIO: U. S. Senator Reed on Hot Mic: “Trump is Crazy, I’m Worried”

U.S. Senator Jack Reed

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rhode Island's senior United States Senator Jack Reed was caught on a hot mic calling the President of the United States "crazy."

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slides: Elvis Costello & The Imposters Take PPAC

Elvis Costello

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Elvis Costello & The Imposters brought The “Imperial Bedroom & Other Chambers” Tour to The Providence Performing Arts Center last night. 

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Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Lobster & Roasted Pepper Salad

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

This is a perfect summer salad with peppers, corn, cherry tomatoes and fresh thyme. But we have stayed away from the mayo or aioli blending and just delivered freshness with olive oil and lemon. Lobster is an invertebrate that belongs to the crustacean family. There are 49 lobster species that can be found in the oceans all over the world. Lobsters also inhabit fresh and brackish water. Out of 49 lobster species, 33 are commercially exploited. During the 18th century, lobsters were considered to be a food for poor people (such as servants and prisoners)

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Revolution to Host 3rd Annual Bowl for a Goal at Splitsville Luxury Lanes

Revs' Andrew Farrell at last year's Bowl a Goal event

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The New England Revolution are set to host their third annual “Bowl for a Goal” event at Splitsville Luxury Lanes at Patriot Place.

The event will take place on Wednesday, July 26 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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Red Sox Blow Late Lead, Lose 6-5 to Seattle in 13 Innings

Doug Fister

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The Red Sox were one strike away from locking up a win over Seattle, before the Mariners rallied for two runs with two outs in the bottom of the 13th inning to beat the Red Sox 6-5 on Tuesday night. 

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