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One Financial Plaza in Providence Sold at Huge Discount—One Financial Plaza in Providence Sold at Huge…

RI ACLU Sues Woonsocket for Withholding Grant Funds from Sojourner House—RI ACLU Sues Woonsocket for Withholding Grant Funds…

2018 Gov’s Race Playbook — Newport’s Wealthiest Come Out for Raimondo—2018 Gov’s Race Playbook — Newport’s Wealthiest Come…

Raimondo Gave Incentives to 24 Major Companies — None Led by Women, Blacks, or Latinos—Raimondo Gave Incentives to 24 Companies — None…

EDITORIAL: Will Fane’s $300M Investment Go the Way of the PawSox, Due to Lack of RI Leadership—EDITORIAL: Will Fane’s $300M Investment Go the Way…

Boston’s Partners HealthCare Furthers Discussion With Lifespan - More Loss of Local Control?—Boston’s Partners HealthCare Furthers Discussion With Lifespan -…

Rickman’s Big View - Remembering Aretha Franklin—Rickman's Big View - Remembering Aretha Franklin

Whitcomb: The Real Security Risk; Red Tide Rises; Sober on RI’s Bumpy Roads; Boston, Capital of RI—Whitcomb: The Real Security Risk; Red Tide Rises;…

R.W. Alley: “PawSox, What Could Have Been”—R.W. Alley: "PawSox, What Could Have Been"

Guest MINDSETTER™ Girouard: We Can Only Blame Our Leaders for the Loss of the PawSox—Guest MINDSETTER™ Girouard: We Can Only Blame Our…

 
 

Catching Up with Cosmetics Princess Ava Anderson

Saturday, July 24, 2010

I eat as organically as possible. I clean with white vinegar and botanical products with no toxins. Yet my deodorant, my mascara and my lip gloss are filled with toxins and ingredients I cannot pronounce let alone figure out how they are affecting my health.   

As a beauty insider, I thought I knew about “all natural” and “organic” brands, having tried thousands of products over the years. But a little lesson from Barrington teen Ava Anderson, President and CEO of Ava Anderson Non-Toxic Cosmetics schooled me in what’s in and what’s out when it comes to beauty products’ ingredients.

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Governor’s Bay Day: Free Fun of All Kinds

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Saltwater fishing for free? Check.

State beaches parking for free? Check.

Free rock climbing and chowder? Check and double-check.

If this much free stuff is cropping up along Narragansett Bay on Sunday, it must be Governor's Bay Day,

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Weekend Edition

Saturday, July 24, 2010

The weekend is dawning as a fabulous summer blend of sun, heat, and thunderstorms: the perfect blend for a little outside, a little in. And that means take our advice and enjoy all kinds of Rhode Island life: from our Weekend Tips discoveries of everything from garden tours to bellydancing to our piece on Governor's Bay Day...

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A RI Soldier’s Life: Ambush Alley

Saturday, July 24, 2010

PFC Joshua Boccanfuso, a RI soldier stationed in Afghanistan, has shared a series of images and stories with GoLocalProv. See the war through his eyes and read what he has to tell... and come back every day for more very personal glimpses into a war zone far from home.

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Oral History of College Hill African Americans Re-emerges

Saturday, July 24, 2010

When a collection of African-American residents of College Hill came together in 1999, they shared their stories. Now, more than decade later, a book of their personal reminiscences comes back to public life through the efforts of local historian and activist Ray Rickman.

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GOP Congressional Candidate Defends Cranston School Prayer

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Republican Congressional candidate Mark Zaccaria yesterday defended the controversial prayer displayed in a Cranston high school and called on both Republican and Democratic leaders to oppose a possible lawsuit from the state affiliate of the ACLU.

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RI Goes from a D to an A- and B+ in School Standards

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Rhode Island’s standards for what students should learn in public schools have gone from a grade of a D in reading and math to a B+ and an A-, according to a review of state standards by a national conservative group.

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State GOP: Is Caprio Doing His Job?

Saturday, July 24, 2010

The state GOP yesterday questioned how General Treasurer Frank Caprio could perform the duties of his office and still manage to be a full-time Democratic candidate for governor.

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Candidates Qualify for 2010 Election

Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Secretary of State yesterday released the names of those candidates who qualified for the ballot in either the September primary or the November election. Last Friday, candidates had to turn in the signatures necessary to qualify. They needed 500 for most statewide races to 1,000 for governor. Find out who made the ballot in all the major races.

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National Arts Conference Coming to Providence in October

Saturday, July 24, 2010

It's a very nice feather in the cap of the self-titled Creative Capital.

The Alliance of Artists Communities 20th annual conference is coming to Providence October 20-23. With a theme of “Advancing Today’s Artists: Boldness and Abundance in a New Economy”, the conference aims to showcase the active talent in Providence as well as educate about ways to amplify and enhance the careers of individual artists.

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