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5 Fun Things to Do in August in Rhode Island None 

5 Fun Things to Do in August in Rhode Island

Get outside and enjoy the weather while you can.

5 Ways to Avoid Holiday Traffic Hassle None 

5 Ways to Avoid Holiday Traffic Hassle

Looking forward to the holiday weekend but not excited about traffic? Here are some ways to make your commute easier.

Rhode Islander Launches Bikes and Beers Across America March 2017

Rhode Islander Launches Bikes and Beers Across America

Hank Whitin, owner of Pour Judgement in Newport, will bike across the United States to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis.

Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: March 23–29 March 2017

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

Dine your way through Newport, catch a ballet, hear Native American tales and more.

Poutine Competition Celebrates French-Canadian Culture March 2017

Poutine Competition Celebrates French-Canadian Culture

Five restaurants and two food trucks will compete to see who makes the best fries smothered in gravy and cheese curds.

NewPorch Live Sessions is Newport's Next Big Thing March 2017

NewPorch Live Sessions is Newport's Next Big Thing

Celebrate the first season of the online video series with a preview party tonight.

Art and Nuclear Ecology March 2017

Art and Nuclear Ecology

David Winton Bell Gallery’s latest show processes nuclear fallout into fine art.

The Dish: Celebrate Quahog Week with Events, Specials and Deals March 2017

The Dish: Celebrate Quahog Week with Events, Specials and Deals

The second annual Quahog Week pays tribute to the quahog and our hard-working shellfishermen.

Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: March 16–22 March 2017

Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: March 16–22

Learn all about your brain (meta), see some stars with guitars, take the plunge for preemies and more.

6 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! March 2017

6 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

March 17 is a Friday and we all know what that means: green beer, corned beef and cabbage, and of course, a heaping pot o’ parades and festivals.