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What makes a great brewery experience? Is it the beer? The atmosphere of the taproom? Whether or not you can bring your dog and kids? The event line-up?
Tees that are more than 100 years old and could be considered "old-growth" or "emerging old-growth" are rare, but that doesn't mean that they can't be found in Rhode Island.
Kim English and Providence College have agreed to terms on a deal making him the school's new men's basketball coach, a source has confirmed to The Providence Journal.
ohnny Kue enrolled in the San Miguel School in 1993, one of five students from Providence's toughest neighborhoods to attend the private school. Some kids he knew didn't have dads. Some didn't have moms. Some were raised by grandmothers.
NPR reporter Sylvia Poggioli, the longest-serving reporter on NPR’s International Desk, is retiring after 41 years.
Nathan Cornell recalls being told, again and again — there was no old-growth forest in Rhode Island.
Access to hyper-local artisan foods and drink got a lot easier when the Hope & Main Downtown Makers Marketplace opened at 100 Westminster St. earlier this year. There's a bonus, too. It comes with breakfast or lunch, grab-and-go meals, and crafted coffees and teas.
The most important thing to consider when making a hire in collegiate athletics? Fit.
Elizabeth Burke Bryant uses the word “we” a lot when talking about the accomplishments linked to her name. As the executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count since the organization’s inception, a lot of the progress the state has made for the well-being of children and families has her stamp on it.
To celebrate this great locale, The Providence Journal is beginning a series, "Three Degrees of Rhode Island," to challenge ourselves to connect famous personalities to Rhode Island in three steps or less.
A reader suggested we look into Ted Knight's connection to the Ocean State.
Generations of Rhode Islanders got hooked on the taste of coffee in elementary school, thanks to the cartons of super-sweet coffee milk handed out in cafeterias. But those days may be coming to an end.
hen Tiverton’s Jamie Kielec runs the 127th Boston Marathon on April 17, it will be more poignant than the previous three she has run.
Rhode Island is mobilizing a small army of "tiny but mighty" bugs to help save its majestic hemlock trees.
en generations of the Browning family owned, farmed and lived for centuries on the wooded hillsides here on the western edge of town. They had a good life, but a hard one.
Looking for an Italian restaurant in Rhode Island? Do you want red sauce, homestyle, freestyle, inexpensive or fine dining? Should it be a ristorante or a pizzeria? Is Federal Hill the only place to find the best?
Yas Chicken opened at 272 Thayer St. on College Hill Friday. All weekend, social media posts showed hungry diners opening takeout boxes in their cars and taking videos on their dashboards. They heard about the crunchy chicken sandwiches with the special sauces and the sweet waffle buns. They waited 20 minutes, 40 minutes or an hour or more for their first taste.
Dining on Thayer Street is built for college students. That's not a surprise as it is surrounded by Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design. But it wasn't always that way.
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