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Another Flavor of Federal Hill…

Bombay Club Federal Hill is best known for its Italian food, and for good reason. But there’s more than great pasta on the west side. If you’re looking for authentic, moderately-priced Indian food, swing by the Bombay Club. The Bombay Club has a variety of Indian restaurant staples, from lamb …

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How Sweet it is…

Sweet Cakes Too often, we think of sweets like cakes and pastries as fillers, as junk food. Sweet Cakes has been a particularly delicious staple of SouthCounty for years, and their home-made, expertly-baked pastries and treats remind you of why people develop a sweet tooth in the first place. Sweet …

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A Sense of Serenity…

  Optimal Wellness Therapeutic Massage in Wakefield, RI Serenity:Noun-the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.  In a pure state of serenity is exactly where I found myself during my visit  to Optimal Wellness Therapeutic Massage in Wakefield, RI and this amazing feeling lasted long after I left!  Those of …

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C’mon Ladies, Beach Season is Coming Up…

Personal Trainers in Rhode Island

        Personal Training in Rhode Island with South County Adventure Boot Camp It may seem hard to believe given the blanket of white fluffy snow on the ground, but spring is a mere three weeks away!  Those elevated temps have a way of getting us to dream …

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Local Grub with Local Suds…

Local Grub with Local Suds Hello once again my trusty beer bloggers! I am here to yet again to tell you of my latest excursion on the trail of suds and sustenance. It was a dark and stormy night…actually there was lightening and fog but that’s about it. I was hungry …

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SK Cares…

South Kingstown C.A.R.E.S “Making a difference, one child at a time!” is the message and commitment from South Kingstown C.A.R.E.S.  This non profit organization trains volunteers to help students in SK schools and has been in existence for 10 years.  It was born of the realization that one of the …

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An Extraordinary Mission…

Extraordinary Child Organization Every child is different, and they all have different needs. The Extraordinary Child Organization, a non-profit organization based out of Smithfield and serving all of Rhode Island, aims to create a safe place for all children, regardless of any special needs the child may have. The Extraordinary …

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Community Musicworks…

Community Musicworks If you’ve walked through downtown Providence on a Friday or a Saturday night, you know that it is a city of music, from the rock clubs to the street musicians. Founded in 1997, the non-profit Community Musicworks, located on Westminster Street in Providence, seeks to enrich the local …

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Wild Winter…

Winter Wonder Days, Roger Williams Park Zoo Visiting the Roger Williams Park Zoo tends to be an activity reserved for the warmer months of the year, since it’s outside. But visiting the zoo during the winter is a whole different experience, and Roger Williams Zoo’s Winter Wonder Days, running through …

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Thoughts of Summer…

Narragansett Lager Listen up beer lovers! I know we are all getting a bit fed up with snow and cold so let’s get those lawn mowers tuned up and ready! And what would lawn mowing be without that iconic can of ‘gannsett?! That’s right! It might be a little early to …

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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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