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A Taste of the Blues…

Newport Blues Café Newport has always been home to good scenery, great food, and fantastic music. If you want all three, then swing into the Newport Blues Café. The building itself was built in the late 19th century, and used to be the Newport National Bank. Parts of the old …

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Suessational!…

Providence Children’s Museum On any given day, the Providence Children’s Museum has a lot to offer the youths of Rhode Island. But on top of their day-to-day exhibits, the Children’s Museum has a number of interesting and educational events happening over the next month. On Saturday the 15th and Saturday …

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Ebisu…

Ebisu  Rhode Island has its fair share of pan-Asian restaurants. But if you’re interested in Japanese food specifically, or you’ve always wanted to try the real deal, stop by Ebisu.  Ebisu is located at 38 Pontiac Avenue in Providence in an unassuming brick building. But inside, you’ll find authentic Japanese …

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The Classical Side of RI…

RI Philharmonic: February and March Rhode Island has always been a great place for music and musicians, from rock to classical. You can stop by Lupo’s for the former, but for the latter, you might want to check out what the Rhode Island Philharmonic has to offer over the next …

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Shake Off Those Winter Blues…

Newport Winter Festival   Through February 23rd, you can say goodbye to the winter with the Newport Winter Festival, a family-friendly way event full of events, performances, and contests. On February the 18th, stop by the Newport Harbor Hotel for Teddy Bear Story Time, featuring music, milk and cookies and …

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Children’s Art on Display…

  Hera Gallery South County has a lot to offer, from the beaches to the seafood. But South County also has a great art scene, if you know where to look. The Hera Gallery on High Street has been serving the artistic community since 1974. It was originally founded as …

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A Providence Staple…

Haven Brothers Whether you’re visiting Providence for the first time or you grew up there, you can’t walk through downtown without seeing an array beautiful historical buildings, from the Turk’s Head Building to the Providence Public Library. But one historical downtown establishment that often gets overlooked is Haven Brothers Diner. …

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Providence Children’s Film Festival…

Providence Children’s Film Festival Coming later this month, the Providence Children’s Museum will be hoping the Providence Children’s Film Festival. Starting on February 13th and running through February 23rd, the film festival will be showing kid-friendly movies from all over the world. On February 15th and 16th, for example, the …

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Bake, Eat, Love…

Bake Eat Love Rhode Island has seen a great baking Renaissance in the last decade or two. With the right baker in the kitchen, you’ll be able to find some truly decadent treats underneath that glass counter. Luckily, Bake Eat Love in Pawtucket has quite the array of cakes, cupcakes, …

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Local 16 Year Old Author!…

Minecraft Book

Minecraft Book Quest for Justice A new Minecraft book is populating the shelves as well as the virtual book stores.  Quest For Justice, A Minecraft Novel, is quickly gaining popularity among a variety of audiences.  Even more staggering is the age of the author!  Local Rhode Islander, Sean Fay Wolfe, …

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From Land to Sea…

Seafood and Steak in Narragansett, RI

   Seafood and Steak in Narragansett, RI If you are looking for fresh locally caught seafood…then look no further.  Mariner Grille located in Narragansett has exactly what you need.  They are located only moments from Point Judith where they get fresh seafood right off the boats!  Mariner Grille is a …

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Dazzle a Dress With Your Necklace…

Wedding season is just around the corner and it is time to start thinking style.  One style that we are loving is the simple dress that is brought to life by some dazzling jewelry, in this case…we are talking about your neck-wear.  A necklace makes a statement and can take …

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Welcome Back…

Yes!  I am not sure how many of you are as excited about this as I am…but this Bald Eagle photo was taken by Robert J Brennan III right on Pond Street in Wakefield, RI.  The photo itself is a work of art and the statement this photo makes for …

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Smoothy Booty…

Smoothy Booty Cafe Smoothy Booty Cafe is a local gem located right in the heart of downtown Wakefield.  This is the place to get a smoothy made from the freshest ingredients.  What makes this cafe different from others is that they never use pre-made mixes in their concoctions.  They use fresh fruit …

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Rhode Island…Weddings with Style

If you’ve ever had to pick a wedding venue, you know that you can’t just pick a place out of a phone book, mail in a check, and be all set. There are a lot of variables to consider, from weather to parking to maximum capacity. And that means online …

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Kabob and Curry…Authentically Savory

Kabob and Curry in Providence, Rhode Island

Kabob and Curry in Providence, Rhode Island If there’s one thing Providence isn’t lacking, it’s food. Although it’s probably best known for its Italian food—and for good reason—the city has much more to offer. If you’re in the mood for Indian, check out Kabob and Curry in Providence, Rhode Island.If …

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Fly Away Jenny…

Greetings my beer blogging buddies! It is time for yet another review of some Rhode Island Suds! We seem to have a plethora of wonderful brews in this small state. I am not complaining! This week’s feature hails from Westerly. Grey Sail’s Flying Jenny Extra Pale Ale. This EPA is …

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The Grange…

The Grange   For high quality vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free food in comfortable yet high-end surroundings, check out The Grange on the west side of Providence. Enjoy one of their signature dishes, such as the scallion pancake roll or their winter risotto. Or, have a drink at their fully-stocked bar. …

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Find Your Way to One Way…

One Way Gallery Getting involved in local art may seem like something that would be easy, but if you don’t know where to look, it can be a bit confusing. So why not start off at the One Way Gallery in Pawtucket? One Way Gallery is currently hosting the First …

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Rhode Island’s Feathered Friends…

Winter Birding at Sachuest Point We’re not quite out of the winter season yet, but if you’re getting cabin fever and you’re looking for a fun, family-friendly activity, check out the Audubon Society’s winter birding event. This bird watching event takes place on February 1st at Sachuest Point in Middletown, …

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