The URI program that monitors our waterways is looking for new volunteers.
Meet the minds behind Nuts ‘N More natural fortified nut butters, and check out their “Shark Tank” audition video.
Tune in to Rhode Island PBS tonight at 8:30 p.m. to watch the premiere of Watch Hill: Portrait of a New England Seaside Village.
We all remember Batkid, but Rhode Island now has its own mini hero.
Sisters of the Lattice present Hotspot involves an interactive sweat lodge ceremony and live video.
The Newport Historical Society recently rediscovered an artifact crafted by our favorite Tea Party host.
Big band and swinging jazz hits paint a picture of America in the 1930s and ’40s.
Don your best green gear and head to Smith Hill for an Irish heritage celebration.
A savvy interior designer shows how to get a second house into shape in a snap.
It was a snowy February, though nothing compared to the winter of '78 – but what about the Great Snow of 1717?
Olympic bronze medalists Cranston native Marissa Castelli and her teammate Simon Shnapir, will join Stars on Ice.
There’s something amazing about how it makes us suffer a little less. Here are some of the best bowls around.
Cheap eats, Irish pride, a Seuss celebration and more!
If you’ve seen the Disney version of Peter Pan, then you know the story about the boy who never grew up began long before Wendy, John and Michael were born.
La Guagua, the indie film shot for $500 over four days, returns to Providence March 1.
Newport photographer Peter Sweet showcases his body of work at (gallerie ellipsis).
Theater buffs won’t want to miss Trinity Rep’s take on this familiar tale.