January 2017

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The Dish: Q-and-A with James Mark, Owner of North

The popular West Side restaurant will start raising prices in response to the cost of sourcing more food locally and providing fair wages for employees.

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Last Chance: Drink Cocktails and Support DIIRI

Through tonight, the Avery is donating a portion of all sales to Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island, a nonprofit dedicated to immigrants and refugees.

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Be the First to See Paul Taylor's New Work

The prolific choreographer's latest show, The Open Door, premieres in Providence.

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Falcons versus Patriots: The Wager Continues

This time it's Atlanta Magazine in the ring and bets are even sweeter.

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The Dish: Borealis Coffee Brews Up Coffee Culture

Alaska-native Brian Dwiggins roasts beans inside a friendly neighborhood cafe in Riverside.

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Revel in Madness with Out Loud Theatre

The woman-led ensemble launches its fifth season with a party and a play mashup.

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Take A Weekend Trip to Cato Corner Cheese Farm

Buy some cheese, grab some wine and enjoy a day out and about in nearby Connecticut.

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The Dish: Providence Bagel Opens

The former Honey Dew Donuts location boasts bagels and cream cheeses made on site, plus a drive-through to get your food on the go.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Jan. 26–Feb. 1

Satiate your need for speed, learn about Rhode Island's Shellfish Heritage and more.

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Leadership Rhode Island Launches Dear President Trump

A book of letters written by Leadership Rhode Island alumni offers advice for our current President about resolving conflict.

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Girl Scout Cookies are Here!

The dish on sales, recipes and the first-ever Cookies and Cocktails fundraiser.

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Satisfy Your Need for Speed at R1 Indoor Karting

The 90,000-square-foot karting complex is the largest facility of its kind in the United States.

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Five Places to Get Wings

Sink your teeth into some wings while you watch the Pats take on the Steelers this weekend.

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Steelers Versus Patriots: A Wager

Pittsburgh Magazine and Rhode Island Monthly are betting the odds against each other, and one writer with a past in the Steel City finds it a tough call.

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This Year's Big Capital Grant Winners

The state announced thirty-three grants for arts, culture, heritage, and public historic sites.

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The Dish: Rebelle Artisan Bagels Pop-up

Baker Milena Pagán's handmade bagels will be available at Laughing Gorilla Catering on Jan. 22.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Jan. 19–25

Get your knitting needles ready, celebrate the newest addition to Narragansett Beer's Lovecraft series, and more.

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Theater Takeaway: Trinity Rep’s The Mountaintop

If Dr. King knew he was going to die, what would his last night on Earth look like? And if he could see the future of America, what would he think?

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Here's How to Apply for RI's New Free College Initiative

Step-by-step guidelines on how to score two years of free college through Rhode Island's Promise.

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Free Seeds for RI Nonprofits

This seed-for-all comes courtesy of URI and Ocean State Job Lot.

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Long Live Beerworks Celebrates One Year

They are turning one and are celebrating with food, fun and, of course, beer.

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Foodie Field Trip: Hope and Main Meet Your Maker Market

The monthly indoor markets feature dozens of Hope and Main’s member companies, plus local farms or artisans.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Jan. 12–18

Learn how much an unladen swallow weighs, hear storytellers weave their magic, drink beer and more.

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Five Things We Love About Rhode Island PBS

The venerable station turns fifty this year.

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Dreading the Gym? Here are 6 Local Alternatives

Six local alternatives to the gym to keep your New Year's wellness resolution going strong.

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A Visit to Biomes is Like a Warm Weather Adventure

Even if we can't visit the beach in winter, we can get our fix of the sea at this marine biology center.

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