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In Providence: Delivered

In Providence: Delivered

Nov 19, 2019 | No comment

“The last guy gave me $10 on a $22 order. I told him ‘Thank you, thank you so much.’ He

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Thirteen Thanksgivings: And not a pilgrim hat in sight

Thirteen Thanksgivings: And not a pilgrim hat in sight

Nov 13, 2019 | No comment

The beloved traditions surrounding Thanksgiving are one of the reasons why Americans hold on to the myth of this most

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No Humbugs Here: Holiday theater moves in to the Ocean State

No Humbugs Here: Holiday theater moves in to the Ocean State

Nov 13, 2019 | No comment

A certain cynicism creeps in during the holidays as an evolutionary response to all of the unmitigated cheer that surrounds

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Time to Dance, Sugar Plum!: 'Tis the season for holiday dance to hit the stage

Time to Dance, Sugar Plum!: ‘Tis the season for holiday dance to hit the stage

Nov 13, 2019 | No comment

Whether it’s a vicarious urge to keep ourselves warm, or because something about graceful movement conjures associations with the holiday

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Got Beer? The Most Wonderful Time of the Beer: Crafts + craft beer = happy holiday shopping

Got Beer? The Most Wonderful Time of the Beer: Crafts + craft beer = happy holiday shopping

Nov 13, 2019 | No comment

Narragansett Beer’s Made on Honor Market is appropriately named after their award-winning Made on Honor video series; a web series

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Voices of Turtle Island: An Indigenous women roundtable on identity, place and culture

Voices of Turtle Island: An Indigenous women roundtable on identity, place and culture

Nov 13, 2019 | No comment

Rhode Island may not strike you as a place of great migration, but for three Indigenous women hailing from distinct

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MeconoMorph Seed Grows in Providence

MeconoMorph Seed Grows in Providence

Nov 6, 2019 | No comment

It  perches, raptor-like, atop a kiosk lined with brochures and guides. This MeconoMorph “Seed” landed in the Providence Conventions Center

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  • In Providence: Delivered
  • Thirteen Thanksgivings: And not a pilgrim hat in sight
  • No Humbugs Here: Holiday theater moves in to the Ocean State
  • Time to Dance, Sugar Plum!: 'Tis the season for holiday dance to hit the stage
  • Got Beer? The Most Wonderful Time of the Beer: Crafts + craft beer = happy holiday shopping
  • Voices of Turtle Island: An Indigenous women roundtable on identity, place and culture
  • MeconoMorph Seed Grows in Providence

Books

Book Review: Joe Hill's Horns
October 16, 2019 No Comment

Book Review: Joe Hill’s Horns

Even if you’re not a fan of horror, you’ve heard of Stephen King. It’s hard not to, as he has ...

Cannabis

From Dakota with Love: Lessons on cannabis farming from Indigenous lands
November 13, 2019 No Comment

From Dakota with Love: Lessons on cannabis farming from Indigenous lands

My cannabis journey began in the 1980s, and I always knew there was more that Indigenous people could teach others ...

Comics

True Tales of Rhode Islanders
November 13, 2019 No Comment

True Tales of Rhode Islanders

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Dare Me

Global Scavenger Hunt
April 19, 2017 No Comment

Global Scavenger Hunt

“Win a Free Trip Around the World!” the subject line said. Because I suffer from wanderlust, I apply to every ...

Environment

Unclogging the Drain: New project encourages local citizens to help keep trash out of the oceans
June 5, 2019 No Comment

Unclogging the Drain: New project encourages local citizens to help keep trash out of the oceans

Some of the best benevolent ideas can come from unlikely and unexpected places. A few years ago, Bonnie Combs, marketing ...

Film

Scary Movies for the Scary Season
October 16, 2019 No Comment

Scary Movies for the Scary Season

We’ve rounded up a list of horror films sure to terrify you in this most terrifying of seasons. The Loved ...

Fine Arts

Redemption: National show at Skye Gallery explores the moral economy
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Redemption: National show at Skye Gallery explores the moral economy

Redemption is a collection of works from 19 different artists across 12 states, each providing a window that opens onto ...

Food

Celebrating the Bounty: Indigenous Chef Sherry shares more than just her native cuisine
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Celebrating the Bounty: Indigenous Chef Sherry shares more than just her native cuisine

Chef Sherry Pocknett says, “I grew up with a wooden spoon in my mouth.” Chef Sherry is a member of ...

Got Beer?

Got Beer? The Most Wonderful Time of the Beer: Crafts + craft beer = happy holiday shopping
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Got Beer? The Most Wonderful Time of the Beer: Crafts + craft beer = happy holiday shopping

Narragansett Beer’s Made on Honor Market is appropriately named after their award-winning Made on Honor video series; a web series ...

Health

AltHealth: CDC's Latest Outbreaking News
July 17, 2019 No Comment

AltHealth: CDC’s Latest Outbreaking News

I like to check out the CDC.gov website at least every other week to catch the latest Vital Signs and ...

Keep on Moving

Keep On Moving: Ten Years Of It: Ian O'Neil talks about the last decade of music
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Keep On Moving: Ten Years Of It: Ian O’Neil talks about the last decade of music

It’s been a hell of a year for Deer Tick guitarist Ian O’Neil. He released three albums with three different ...

Lifestyle

In Providence: Delivered
November 19, 2019 No Comment

In Providence: Delivered

“The last guy gave me $10 on a $22 order. I told him ‘Thank you, thank you so much.’ He ...

Lunar Notes

Lunar Notes
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Lunar Notes

Aries: Trying to figure out how you want to use and direct your resources requires some serious thinking. The picture gets clearer ...

News

AltFacts: There's a New Sauvage in Town: Newspaper Cowboy steps aside in the face of Indigenous half-truths
November 13, 2019 No Comment

AltFacts: There’s a New Sauvage in Town: Newspaper Cowboy steps aside in the face of Indigenous half-truths

In light of Thanksgiving’s imminent arrival, I, The Sarcastic Sauvage of the Kiowa and Apache peoples, will be Custering the ...

Opinion

AltFacts: There's a New Sauvage in Town: Newspaper Cowboy steps aside in the face of Indigenous half-truths
November 13, 2019 No Comment

AltFacts: There’s a New Sauvage in Town: Newspaper Cowboy steps aside in the face of Indigenous half-truths

In light of Thanksgiving’s imminent arrival, I, The Sarcastic Sauvage of the Kiowa and Apache peoples, will be Custering the ...

Pin-Up/Profile

Pin-Up: Wayne St. Vincent
November 14, 2018 No Comment

Pin-Up: Wayne St. Vincent

What’s your biggest pet peeve? I’ve got a lot of ’em. The biggest one is people on the phone when ...

Roots Report

Roots Report: More than a Column: Gifts, shows and a hint of nostalgia
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Roots Report: More than a Column: Gifts, shows and a hint of nostalgia

Okee dokee folks… Every time that I drive by the old location where my local Benny’s store was, my heart ...

Shopping

Holiday Gift Guide 2019
November 13, 2019 No Comment

Holiday Gift Guide 2019

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Sports

The Honeys Sweep the Season
October 2, 2019 No Comment

The Honeys Sweep the Season

For 11 years, the Providence Roller Derby Home Season Championship trophy has eluded the Old Money Honeys. A different tale ...

Theater

CCRI's Guest Artist Series Provides New Opportunities for Students and Loads of Entertainment
November 13, 2019 No Comment

CCRI’s Guest Artist Series Provides New Opportunities for Students and Loads of Entertainment

Working in college theater can be fantastically educational and rewarding; however, there are some inherent limitations, specifically for designers and ...