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News Follow-Up
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

News Follow-Up

In September 2018, 17-year-old Joel Loarca shot and killed William Parsons outside of Providence Career and Technical Academy. This shooting ...

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: Veganism is here to stay
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: Veganism is here to stay

If you consistently take part in RI’s vibrant and eclectic culinary scene, you’ve probably noticed that over the years there ...

In with a Bang
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

In with a Bang

On September 28, WaterFire becomes a science timeline of sorts, celebrating everything from early humans’ ability to control fire to ...

Got Beer? What's Brewing? Swim into an ocean of beer news
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Got Beer? What’s Brewing? Swim into an ocean of beer news

Another “Got Beer?!” column, and another new brewery has joined the 401 craft crew! The General’s Crossing Brewhouse, at 34 ...

Keep on Movin’: A Sonic Synopsis: Music in mansions? Music in parking lots? Check and check.
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Keep on Movin’: A Sonic Synopsis: Music in mansions? Music in parking lots? Check and check.

For this edition of Keep on Movin’, a rundown on some notable fall happenings. The cooler weather brings a lot ...

Elorza Goes All In … But is it deep enough?
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Elorza Goes All In … But is it deep enough?

There’s no mistaking it; some RI public schools are at the pit of a crisis that might prove irreversible. On ...

Letting the World Change: Reproductive justice activist Tiara Mack is running for state senate
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Letting the World Change: Reproductive justice activist Tiara Mack is running for state senate

“Why not here? Why not now?” says Tiara Mack. “We are consistently waiting for the world to change for us ...

Equitable Extracurriculars: Budget cuts cut experiences
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Equitable Extracurriculars: Budget cuts cut experiences

Anyone who has children or works in school settings knows that overall, today’s school children have considerably less options when ...

History Lost: Raymond Two Hawks Watson discusses the true history of RI
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

History Lost: Raymond Two Hawks Watson discusses the true history of RI

Raymond Two Hawks Watson is an activist, educator, musician and community leader who is a leading voice in understanding southern ...

One Question for Rachel Hughes
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

One Question for Rachel Hughes

Rachel Hughes is a writer and artist whose work has appeared in The Vernal Arts & Music Festival, FringePVD, Talking ...