September 2016

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The Dish: Q-and-A: Cristiano Labia: Manager and Wine Director at Pane e Vino

Cristiano Labia, the new manager and wine director at Pane e Vino, brings authentic Italian charm (and super fresh mozzarella) to a favorite Federal Hill restaurant.

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A New Mural Debuts in Downcity

This one celebrates the State Theater of Rhode Island.

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The Dish: Making Steamed Buns with Tom's BaoBao

Tom Tong is bringing his famous bao to America, starting in Rhode Island.

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TEDxNewport Coming in November

The event will feature some of the City by the Sea's best innovators.

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The Hard-Pressed Cider Company Crafts a Taste of Fall

The hunt for the perfect cider doughnut led us to an unexpected corner of Jamestown.

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Watch the "Bridging the Divide" in Rhode Island Panel

How are efforts to teach people new skills in Rhode Island going? Tune in to a panel discussion tonight on Rhode Island PBS.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Sept. 29–Oct. 5

Harvest Fair, RiverFest, African drumming and more.

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Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Charity Walks, WaterFire and Pink Cake

Rhode Island is jam-packed with opportunities to join in on the cause.

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Get Served By a Soccer Player

Players from the New England Revolution are donating tips to an organization that helps kids with cancer.

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Tour the Coastal Wine Trail for a Steal

Pick up a fourteen-vineyard tour pass for lovers' adventures through the fall, or go halfsies with a friend.

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Five Things We Learned from Oktoberfest Providence

The scoop on flannel season, the best German brews, pretzel necklaces and the inevitable beer brain.

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The Dish: Roger Williams University Elevates Dining Hall Food

Chef Jonathan Cambra and Bon Appetit Management include local produce, meat and seafood in the campus dining program while also minimizing food waste.

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Get Up Close to the U.S.’s First Wind Farm

You can see the farm from a high-speed ferry tour on October 14.

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Horsing Around with PVD's Mounted Command

We got up close and personal with the force's newest equine employees — and the human partners who love them.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Sept. 22–28

Boot-stomping tunes at Lupo's, soup and dessert for charity, Neighbor Days and more.

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Get Your Tiny House Inspo on the WBNA House Tour

The third-annual tour takes participants through ten urban cottages and courtyards.

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Check Out These Photos of Local Wild Babies

They appear in a stunning new book by Providence-based author and photographer, Traer Scott. Meet Scott, and her furry friends, in PVD this weekend.

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First Responders Free at "The Guys"

The play tells the story of a writer who helps a fire captain eulogize men he lost in 9/11.

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Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage

See Trinity Rep's take on the Old English epic, and feel the symbolic whack of Grendel’s severed arm.

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Five Can't Miss Events of the Week: Sept. 15–21

Fall Fest, oyster fete, street painting and more.

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Fixing the Skills Gap in Rhode Island

Come hear what leaders in government, education, recruitment and community development are doing to help pair workers with jobs in Rhode Island.

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Part of the Oath Teams Up With Festival Ballet

The contemporary troupe, which pairs movement with youth outreach, joins forces with dance powerhouse, Festival Ballet.

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Kim Trusty Celebrates Female Jazz Greats

The special performance will be at Aurora on September 18.

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Bunny 101 at the Potter League

Fifteen rabbits are available for adoption at the Potter League in Middletown.

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A Sip of Sunshine with Jahmu

A world traveler returns home to "spread liquid sunshine" with an Indonesian anti-inflammatory tea.

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Five Can't-Miss Events of the Week: Sept. 8–14

Secret gardens, a superhero fest, seafood on the waterfront and more.

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Fun Without the Sun in Newport

Hermine's swells and high winds provided ample entertainment.

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8 Great Reasons to Tour the Endeavor

URI's research vessel is open to the public for free tours on Saturday, September 10.

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Sample From 18 Oyster Farms at the Ocean State Oyster Festival

Providence is gearing up to celebrate Rhode Island aquaculture at the second annual event on September 17.

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Five Can't Miss Events of the Week: Sept. 1–7

Maurizio Cattelan doc, Live Bait, Rhythm and Roots and more.

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