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Michael Riley: Projo, Elorza and Cianci are all Blind to Reality—Recently the Providence Journal endorsed Jorge Elorza over…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Ken Block Vote YES on Question 3—Rhode Island citizens have every reason to vote…

5 Good Things That Happened To The Patriots This Weekend—Pats relaxed as good things happened for them.

The Scoop: Magaziner Calls Almonte a Liar, Cianci Blasts Harrop’s Elorza Donation, and More—Welcome back to The Scoop, the 4 p.m.…

GoLocal Interviews Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull Founder Coming to PPAC Next Week—Another in a line of epic rock shows…

Hodgson Blasts Kilmartin For Breaking Crime Lab Promise—Republican candidate for Attorney General candidate Dawson Hodgson…

Simmons to Deliver Lecture for Brown’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice Opening—Brown University President Emerita Ruth J. Simmons will…

Russell Moore: Taveras’ Police Department Spin Boomerangs—Maybe at this point lame duck Providence Mayor…

Mattiello and Paiva Weed Say Vote Yes on Question 4 for URI—In a recent commentary in these pages, engineer…

LISTEN: The 15 Most Competitive RI General Assembly Races of 2014—Election Day is two weeks from Tuesday --…

 
 
 
 

Politics

RI’s Second Most Important Race to be Decided by Less Than 11,000 Votes

The second most important race in Rhode Island this year will most likely be decided by less than 11,000 votes.  

 

Politics

Michael Riley: Projo, Elorza and Cianci are all Blind to Reality

Recently the Providence Journal endorsed Jorge Elorza over Buddy Cianci and Daniel Harrop. I would not normally comment but… Read More

 

Business

Saul Kaplan: Sometimes Disruption Has To Hit You Right In The Mouth

As an innovation junkie and geek wannabe I’ve been paying attention to 3D printing and the exploding maker movement.… Read More

 

Politics

Guest MINDSETTER™ Ken Block Vote YES on Question 3

Rhode Island citizens have every reason to vote YES on Question #3 on this November’s ballot and approve the… Read More

 

Sports

slides: 5 Good Things That Happened To The Patriots This Weekend

The New England Patriots (5-2) beat the rival Jets 27-25 on Thursday Night at Gillette Stadium and now are in the midst of… Read More

 

Politics

slides: The Scoop: Magaziner Calls Almonte a Liar, Cianci Blasts Harrop’s Elorza Donation, and More

Welcome back to The Scoop, the 4 p.m. report on everything politics in Rhode Island – the inside daily report… Read More

 

Politics

The 15 Most Competitive RI General Assembly Races of 2014

Republican Lacey McGreevy -- Republican candidate in House District 25.

Election Day is two weeks from Tuesday -- and here are 15 of the most competitive General Assembly races in Rhode Island.… Read More

 

Politics

slides: See the 15 General Assembly Races to Watch in 2014

Who will take office in January 2015?  Whoever prevails on election day on November 4 -- and here are 15 of the closest… Read More

 

Politics

Hodgson Blasts Kilmartin For Breaking Crime Lab Promise

Republican candidate for Attorney General candidate Dawson Hodgson has called out incumbent Peter Kilmartin on his approach… Read More

 

News

Simmons to Deliver Lecture for Brown’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice Opening

Brown University President Emerita Ruth J. Simmons will deliver a lecture for the opening of the Center for the Study of… Read More

 

Politics

Russell Moore: Taveras’ Police Department Spin Boomerangs

Mayor Angel Taveras

Maybe at this point lame duck Providence Mayor Angel Taveras should just stop talking?  In all likelihood, that would… Read More

 

Business

Mattiello and Paiva Weed Say Vote Yes on Question 4 for URI

Recently, engineer Andrew Aitkin, retired vice president at New England Power Co., provided several compelling reasons why… Read More

 

News

LISTEN: The 15 Most Competitive RI General Assembly Races of 2014

Election Day is two weeks from Tuesday -- and here are some of the most competitive General Assembly races in Rhode Island.

 

Politics

Guest MINDSETTER™ Gary Morse: Raimondo’s Economic Trojan Horse

Last week, Treasurer Raimondo declared that a core component of her economic plan as Governor would be based on increased… Read More

 

Business

Smart Benefits: When Dental and Vision Don’t Count…Under PPAC, That Is

The IRS, DOL and HHS recently issued final regulations that clarify when vision and dental benefits are “excepted… Read More

 

Business

Newport Superior Court to Hold Hearing on Possible Campaign Violations by Anti-Casino Group

The Newport Superior Court will hold a hearing on October 20 at 2 p.m. on a complaint filed by Newport Grand owner Diane… Read More

 

Sports

Fuller’s Record-Setting Performance Not Enough, Brown Falls to Princeton, 27-16

Brown senior quarterback Marcus Fuller (Ashland, OH) threw an Ivy League record 71 passes for 454 yards, but the… Read More

 

Politics

Russell Moore: Two Eras Collide in Mayoral Race

Jorge Elorza

Peel back the onion ever so slightly and it's apparent that the race for Mayor of Providence is a battle for power… Read More

 

Politics

Guest MINDSETTER™ Steve Brown: A Constitutional Convention: A General Assembly By Any Other Name

Supporters of a constitutional convention consistently claim that it is necessary to counter the political wheeling and… Read More

 

Sports

Rhode Island College Football Weekend Preview

Brown is looking to even up their conference play record, Bryant is opening up conference play and URI is still looking for… Read More

 

Politics

Hodgson Rips Kilmartin Over $45,000 in Office Renovations

Dawson Hodgson

Republican candidate for Attorney General Dawson Hodgson has blasted Democratic opponent and current Attorney General Peter… Read More

 

Politics

Clinton to Visit Rhode Island to Campaign for Raimondo for Governor

Hillary Rodham Clinton will campaign with the Democratic nominee for Governor Gina Raimondo on October 24 at the Rhode Island… Read More

 

Politics

slides: The Scoop: RI Dems Blasts Fung on Flip-Flop, New Magaziner Ad, and More

Welcome back to The Scoop, the 4 p.m. report on everything politics in Rhode Island – the inside daily report… Read More

 

Politics

Cianci to Appear on Meet the Press

Independent candidate for Mayor of Providence Vincent A. Cianci, Jr. will be featured in a segment of NBC’s Meet the… Read More

 

Politics

Taylor’s Union Support Seen as Plus in Lt. Gov’s Race Against McKee

Catherine Taylor

Union support for Republican candidate for Lt. Governor Catherine Taylor is seen being seen as a plus by political experts,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

GoLocal Interviews Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull Founder Coming to PPAC Next Week

Another in a line of epic rock shows comes to PPAC next week when Ian Anderson, founder of Jethro Tull, brings his band… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: Best Halloween Events in New England

Halloween is less than two weeks away. It’s time to start planning now to make sure your calendar is full of spooky… Read More

 

Food

slides: Providence’s Best Classic Cocktails

Photo credit: Conor Curran

It's the weekend and what better way to unwind than with a good, old fashion cocktail?

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life: Losing Summer, Not Fitness

It's that time of year again, summer is over, it's time to put the beach chairs away, cover the pool, grill, put away… Read More

 

Lifestyle

The Urban Gardner: Leaves, the Gardener’s Friend

Breathe deep, urban gardeners. It’s in the air all around us. Inhale, exhale, stretch. Brilliant fall foliage is key.… Read More

 

Health

NEW: Nurses Union Says RI Not Prepared for Ebola

The United Nurses and Allied Professionals (UNAP) will announce will announce the results of an internal survey of members… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Johnson & Wales University Unveils New Sculpture

Photo courtesy of sculptor Mike Fields

Johnson & Wales University will unveil its new sculpture on October 17. The sculpture is a 12-foot-long bronze statue of… Read More

 

Health

slides: Timeline of Ebola in the US

Medical relief efforts in West African countries like Liberia and Sierra Leone have created new cases of infection in… Read More

 

Food

slides: 5 Fun Ways to Enjoy National Apple Month

This week's warm weather notwithstanding, the leaves are changing and fall is here to stay. One of the few reasons we… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 10

The tasting featured their entry-level lineup, their 1er Cru & Grand Crus

I spent yesterday, the last day of this year’s trip to France, visiting with Julien Brocard and touring his… Read More

 

Health

When Ebola Hits Close to Home: Awareness, Support, and Prevention

The ever-growing threat of the Ebola virus has gone from a West African problem to a human problem, says Dr. John McCray of… Read More

 

Health

RI Dept. of Health Announces Updated Drug Overdose Numbers

The Rhode Island Department of Health has reported the latest numbers on apparent accidental drug overdose deaths, use of… Read More

 

Lifestyle

It’s All About Education: Making the Dream a Reality

Lauri Lee

Walt Disney famously said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Too many children and teenagers don’t have… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Hot + Cold Destination Fall Weddings + More

Fall weddings to destinations in the tropics and the Catskills. How to dress for Halloween at the Welcome Dinner the night… Read More

 

Food

Chef Walters Flavors + Knowledge: Neapolitan Meatballs

Neapolitan Meatballs

Along with pizza and spaghetti with tomato sauce, meatballs must be the most internationally recognized Italian food.

 

Lifestyle

slides: Autumn and Arts: Scituate Art Festival

For 48 years the Scituate Art Festival has grown in scope, size, and diversity yet has never lost the cozy feel that is North… Read More

 

Health

NEW: Ebola Update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided an Ebola update to media on Monday, focusing on the latest case… Read More

 

Food

Shipyard Pub to Open at Twin River this November

Shipyard Brewing Company will open the Shipyard Pub at Twin River Casino on November 14.

 

Food

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 9

Winemaker Gregoire Pissot

I spent yesterday traveling from Sancerre and the Loire Valley to Côte de Beaune in Burgundy – more specifically… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: 4 Fall Pennsylvania Roadtrips

Pennsylvania is home to an abundance of colleges of every size and specialty, including Ivy League U PENN in Philadelphia.

* tag. */-->Pennsylvania is home to the Liberty Bell, Declaration of Independence and many of Ben Franklin’s… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fleetwood Mac Rocks the Garden

“Sweet wonderful you,” sang Christine McVie Friday night, leading Fleetwood Mac in the first of two shows… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 8

A vineyard in Sancerre

I spent yesterday and today in the picturesque wine region of Sancerre tasting white wines, as well as reds. Now, most of you… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: Best Pumpkin Picking Spots and Corn Mazes in New England

Fall is not complete without visiting your favorite pumpkin patch and corn maze. Pick up some sugar pumpkins and use… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit For Life: How To Be Unstoppable

So you’re working out – a lot. And you’re watching your progress. But are you seeing it? Regardless of… Read More

 

Lifestyle

The Urban Gardner: Harvest Moonshine

Daffodils and jonquils Photo credit: Leonard Moorehead

The cold hearted orb that rules the night reflects sunshine far from Earth. Urban gardeners move like the tide towards their… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 7

Chateau Fesles

I spent all day today with Arnaut Saget from Domaine Saget La Perriere exploring his family’s Estate in Sancerre and… Read More

 

Lifestyle

5 Live Music Musts - October 10, 2014

The Pronk Festival returns to Providence this weekend.

The holiday weekend means more time to get out and listen to live music. “5 Live Music Musts” has your top picks… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 6

Remy calls this collection of vineyards 'The Sea of Chenin'

I had a feeling today was going to be interesting when I set out from Tours and continued east along the Loire River to the… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Comedy and Magic Take Center Stage at The Odeum

Clarke was formerly known as “LuckyBob.”

Comedian Paul D’Angelo and magician Robert Clarke will perform this month at the The Greenwich Odeum in East Greenwich.… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Don’t Miss: RISD by Design

Rhode Island School of Design will host RISD by Design, their annual Alumni Reunion and Parents Weekend, on October 10 and… Read More