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7 Places To Get Your Sail On

Discover the fine points of rigging, launching and steering a sailboat in one of these courses for novices around Rhode Island.

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What Should RI's New State Slogan Be?

Head to Rhode Island Monthly's Twitter page and tell us what you think.

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Unveiled: Maya Lin's New Sculpture at Brown

The artist's new work is etched with the Narragansett Bay and highlights ecological shifts.

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11 Local Long-Distance Races Worth Training For

Get ready for your next marathon, half-marathon or five-K with our handy guide.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: April 23–29

Running with the roller-bulls, Urban Vintage Bazaar, Beer Fest and more.

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The Dish: 5 Facts About the Eat Drink RI Festival

Five things you may not know about the annual celebration of all things food and drink in Rhode Island.

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Dogs on Parade at Newport's Daffodil Days

Bulldogs, pugs and Labradors donned flower collars, tutus and daffy decorations as they made their way to Queen Anne Square.

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This Sunday: Branching Out Birdhouse Fundraiser

Soak up the sun, listen to live tunes, snack on food from local vendors and bid on funky bird abodes for charity.

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10 Pieces of Advice from the Lady Project Summit

Providence welcomed women from all over the nation for an influential conference related to career and life.

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The Dish: Diner's Update: April/May 2015

The latest Rhode Island food, dining and restaurant news.

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A Day Trip to Beavertail

Pass the time exploring the rocky coastline of Jamestown.

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Flora and Ulysses Are Coming to the State House

Celebrated children's book author Kate DiCamillo is will kick off an annual reading event in Rhode Island with free copies of her book.

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The Dish: Eat More Scup

Culinary students at Johnson and Wales University are promoting the underutilized, abundant fish species.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week

Party for the Planet, PawSox, SENE Fest and more.

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A Camel in Kennedy Plaza

Picasso, who lives at Roger Williams Park Zoo, visited downtown Providence today in honor of Hump Day.

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The Block Island Poetry Project Presents Poetry of the Wild

Discover a poem around every bend on Block Island.

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Park Free, Shop and Eat on Spring Saturdays in Providence

Providence is offering free two-hour parking in business districts around the city on Saturdays through May 9.

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Head to Newport for the Daffodil Days Festival

Three days of fun, free, family-friendly events that celebrate our favorite sign of spring.

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5 Questions with Om Gal Rebecca Pacheco

The international yoga teacher and creator of the yoga and wellness site Om Gal will be in Providence this week for a book signing of Do Your Om Thing.

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Laugh It Up Tonight at Improv

Players from the Contemporary Theater in Wakefield break into song and scene almost every Friday night for some serious competition.

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