Life & Style

Museum president Jose DaMoura gears up for a September grand opening

Bolstered by support from neighbors, Meredith Pearson and Lorne Adrain’s ripple effect of good

Providence hotel outfits luxury suite to complement the traveling exhibit

The East Side Colonial of Little Sister and Rebelle Artisan Bagels owners gets a cheerful jolt from mid-century furnishings

No need to tank up the car to have fun – the city has everything you need for a season of fun

A Providence tearoom encourages a mindful approach to your caffeine break

June 2022

The clothes are beautiful and the vibe is glamorous, but there’s much more than meets the eye to pull off this event

June fundraiser offers access to homes and private gardens in the College Hill district

Donny Green and The Red Shed

Learn to sail, fix a bike, see stars, go fish, experience art, and so much more all within city limits

An East Side Rotarian and local third grader collaborate on a whimsical tale that parallels their real lives

A tired Wayland Square Dutch Colonial gets treated to a fresh start

From asparagus to apples, Leah Ammerman’s illustrations serve up style at Stock Culinary Goods

Tea houses across the city steep perfection with curated ceremonies, authentic flavors, and cozy ambiance

RIDOT’s multi-hub is discarded; Dorrance Street plan garners mixed opinions at public meetings

Through One Love Providence, kids can cultivate a love of tennis and movement

The musician talks about her creative process, Federal Hill nightlife, and her early years of DIY studios

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