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5 Facts About Bats in Rhode Island September 2015

5 Facts About Bats in Rhode Island

Find out more about the life of the winged creatures during a presentation at the Norman Bird Sanctuary.

Rhody Relics: Treasures Found at Local Archaeological Sites November 2014

Rhody Relics: Treasures Found at Local Archaeological Sites

Rhode Island’s archaeologists have identified over 2,500 sites of archaeological interest in our tiny state.

The Weekly Round-up: May 22–28 May 2014

The Weekly Round-up: May 22–28

Shipyard shorts, meteor beauty, flutterby fun and more!

CVS to Cease Tobacco Product Sales February 2014

CVS to Cease Tobacco Product Sales

The Woonsocket-based CVS Caremark announced today that it plans to stop selling tobacco products at its more than 7,600 pharmacy stores across the United States by Oct. 1, 2014.

Natural History Gets A Week Of Its Own November 2013

Natural History Gets A Week Of Its Own

Events celebrate the bounty of nature in Rhode Island.

Operation Landfall: Exploring in our Own Backyard June 2013

Operation Landfall: Exploring in our Own Backyard

The Dawn Treader is about to become a ship of exploration, heading off into the well-charted yet little-known waters of our own Narragansett Bay.

Science and Art at Ladd Observatory June 2013

Science and Art at Ladd Observatory

Artists, musicians and scientists will take over the Observatory for three days, starting Thursday night, with a series of installations spanning electronic media art, sculpture, animation, video and live performance.

April 2013

Ivy League Brains Without all the Bread

You can study at Brown in your free time, and without any cash or a killer admissions essay.