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Jeana Marie

Jeana Marie is a Providence based freelance writer and student with a passion for most things musical. She earned her undergraduate degree in Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic where she focused her attention on education and gender studies as well as music performance. She is currently pursuing a master’s from Northeastern in Communication and Project Management. You can find Jeana either performing at various venues across New England, with her nose in a book on the Providence to Boston commuter, or enjoying the many amazing restaurants found across the state.

Fourth Queer Arts Fest Serves as an Inclusive Pride Alternative

  In Rhode Island the first month of summer is marked with more than just nice weather. The smallest state, which maintains a vibrant LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual) community, features the added visibility of rainbow flags and other signs of queer culture decorating our clothing and our streets, and generally […]

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The 19th Annual Pawtucket Arts Festival Kicks Off This September

The city of Pawtucket presents what is arguably its most exciting event of the year each September: The Pawtucket Arts Festival. This event seeks to celebrate the creative and cultural community embedded in the city and surrounding region. The festival showcases art, music, theater, crafts, film and so much more while representing some of the best […]

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Rooftop At The G Announces It’s Capstone Event of The Season

Many of us who reside in Providence are familiar with the Providence G. The lovely historic building has decorated the skyline for years and has seen several transformations throughout its lifetime. Now home to luxury apartments, the building is also the site of a fantastic rooftop restaurant and lounge boasting one of the most spectacular […]

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Rhode Island PrideFest Returns With Added Entertainment

Rhode Island Pride is celebrating its 41st annual PrideFest event to be held on South Water Street. Under the theme “When We R.I.S.E” (Rhode Islanders Standing For Equality), the volunteer-run organization will hold its nationally acclaimed festival on Saturday, June 17 from Noon – 7pm with the illuminated night parade in downtown to follow. Each […]

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2017 Southeast New England (SENE) Film, Music and Arts Festival

The Southeast New England (SENE) Film, Music and Arts Festival showcases amazing films across all genres, live music, art exhibits and much more. Continuing to expand in its ninth year, the festival will run April 25-29, bringing exciting opportunities for Rhode Islanders to experience vibrant new ventures in film, music and arts. The action is […]

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At Home Tips For Being More Environmentally Conscious

  Whether you have growing concerns about the environment due to the rise in climate change, emissions or our crumbling democracy under President Trump, it’s never too late to start cleaning up your act when it comes to making environmentally conscious decisions. Maybe you’re thinking, “I can’t afford a hybrid and I definitely can’t afford […]

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A Shift In Medicinal Practices In Rhode Island

  Whether they are medical professionals or are accessing care, many Rhode Islanders are beginning to notice a shift in local health care practices. With acupuncture centers popping up across the state, more and more caregivers seeking Reiki certification, and even places like Miriam Hospital adding complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) services, there is an […]

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The Pawtucket Arts Festival Returns with Amazing Offerings

  Each September, the city of Pawtucket presents what is arguably its most exciting event of the year: the Pawtucket Arts Festival. This event seeks to celebrate the creative and cultural community that is embedded in the city and surrounding area. The festival showcases art, music, theater, crafts, film and so much more while representing some […]

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