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Rhode Island Monthly Wins Twelve Press Association Awards

Take a peek at the award-winning articles.

The Rhode Island Press Association honored journalists from throughout the state last Friday with more than 100 awards for writing, design, photography and general excellence for work in 2016. The awards, presented during the association’s annual banquet at the Quonset ‘O’ Club, also included the induction of three new members into its Journalism Hall of Fame: Donna Lee, retired food editor…

Catching up with DAP

The Brown University rapper we spoke to last year just dropped a new album.

Last March, we ran an article about Brown University student Dolapo Akinkugbe, known by his rapper name, DAP. More than a year later, we catch up with the him to find out about his new album and what he’s up to.

Wild, Wild West Greenwich

This wooded rural town is a study in peace and quiet.

Photography by Chris Vaccaro.I run. My arms pump and my breath puffs in front of me before it’s torn back by my forward momentum. I pass our family friend’s house, then the house with five Weimaraners and continue towards Fry Pond on the appropriately named Fry Pond Road. As I near it, the sun dapples through the trees and the…

Give it a Hurl

The Providence Hurling Club brings the Irish sport to Rhode Island

The Providence Hurling Club brings the Irish sport to Rhode Island.

Five Can’t-Miss Events: April 13–19

Get your daffodil fix, hunt for Easter eggs, see magical fairy gardens and more.

Castle Hill Inn 1. Fairy Garden Days at the Botanical Center  Springtime for New Englanders is the time when you dare to poke your head outside for a chance at catching some sun — and the same goes for fairies. Don your finest fairy attire and see whimsical fairy gardens throughout the Roger Williams Park Botanical Center greenhouse. In addition to admiring…

Free Ice Cream

Like No Udder is serving up 700 free ice cream cones next Tuesday

Grab a cone of some delicious vegan ice cream, made even sweeter because it’s free.

Rhode Island Native Shines in 42nd Street

Gerianne Genga steps into the role of Maggie Jones in the classic musical, 42nd Street.

The play tells the tale of the young, aspiring tap dancer Peggy Sawyer who leaves small-town Pennsylvania to try and make her mark on Broadway.

Beer Lover’s Guide: Brew Bus Tours

Stouts, porters and pretzels aboard the RI Brew Bus.

It’s pouring. I park on the far side of Wilcox Park in Westerly and make a mad dash for the Malted Barley, cursing both my decision to wear heels and to park what feels like miles away. “Look for the brew bus,” I think frantically as I huddle under a doorway outside the Malted Barley. Inside looks so cozy and…