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Things to do in Providence

Leading the Way: Nibbles eschews his big red nose for the first time in nearly three decades

When most of the country thinks about holiday traditions, they think about Christmas trees, snow, time with loved ones, Santa Claus, that kind of thing. Here in Rhode Island, we think of a giant blue bug who sits atop a building just off I-95, bringing holiday cheer and joy to all of those around him.  […]

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The People’s Pen: Print Like You Give A Damn Press proves protest posters’ power

As we enter the final stretch of pre-election frenzy, we are truly in a fight for the soul of this nation. With their current show, “State of Urgency” at Brown University’s Cohen Gallery, the Print Like You Give A Damn Press Collective has charged the front lines, armed with the power of words.  The Collective […]

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It Came from the Swamp

Delicious frights await those brave enough to board the riverboat and learn the legend of the swamp monster that lurks in the depths of the Blackstone River. The Blackstone Valley Tourism Council and Vision Media Productions invented an entirely new Halloween event this year — a socially distant 20-minute cruise down the Blackstone River full […]

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One Hell of a Film at Barnaby Castle

“Let’s throw a par- … I mean, a movie,” decided Kaitlyn Frolich, head spook at Barnaby Castle. Barnaby Castle — the grandiose, gothic mansion on Broadway in Providence that has gathered national attention at times for its ornate, baroque interior design and history dating back to the industrial revolution — including acclaim as a murder […]

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Celebrate Pawtucket: The popular Pawtucket Arts Fest will paint the town

Despite budget shortfalls and an ever-evolving state-mandated gathering limit, the Pawtucket Arts Festival will go on for 10 days this September as planned. And even though organizers are struggling with pandemic-related limitations, there are plenty of fun events on the Fest schedule. The Fest kicks off on Friday, September 4, with the unveiling of a […]

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The Con Must Go On!: Comic Con looks forward to big 2021 plans

Like superheroes momentarily defeated by a seemingly unbeatable enemy, comic book fans screamed a dramatic, “Nooooooo!” when RI Comic Con announced it was cancelling its November 2020 event. But every superhero fan knows that even if the bad guy wins, his victory is temporary — RI Comic Con will triumphantly return in 2021, and Susan […]

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