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Why Providence is the coolest city to explore with the kids

A new tradition emerges to remember and honor during COVID-19

Makeup artists, caterers, photographers, and more share their struggles and hopes as they navigate the effects of Coronavirus

Famous Pride festivities might not include a parade this year, but there’s still so many ways to celebrate being out while staying in

Vanessa Lillie’s "Little Voices" offers murder, intrigue, and a plot twist you won’t forget

Escape the quarantine blues with some recent releases from your favorite local authors

Captain Zach Rollins of North Kingstown profiles waterside professionals in his new podcast “Beyond the Buoy”

Mike Rosenstein’s documentary Have a Good Trip premieres on Netflix May 11 to take you on one hallucinogenic journey

Catch up on your reading while helping your local Indie retailer

 A rainbow of images via Instagram highlights the beauty of the Ocean State

How Frog and Toad is connecting Rhode Islanders during the pandemic

A Rhode Islander reveals what it was like to witness President Trump’s Impeachment trial

Laughter Yoga may sound funny, but its health benefits in Providence are very serious

Buoyed by a second NEA fellowship, local author Hester Kaplan is writing a book – about her father’s book

How the volunteers at Judy’s Kindness Kitchen help keep hungry people fed

Three teenage filmmakers take their camera to the streets

Brooklyn-based Gotham Greens turns a Providence brownfield into a futuristic super-farm

Gina Caramadre transforms flowers into beads, preserving favorite moments for a lifetime

The “Vagina Grandmother” brings famous feminist production back to Providence uses interactive maps to explore the history of Providence

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