Alyssa K. Anderson

A Stroll Into the Past: The Providence Jewelry District Walking Tour

Explore the remnants of what used to be one of the most booming jewelry industries in the world.

The Providence Warwick Convention and Visitors Bureau in collaboration with the Jewelry District Association and Professor Dietrich Neumann of Brown University have created a walking tour that visitors to the state and Rhode Islanders alike can experience to learn about the historic past and exciting future of the jewelry district.

Your Summer Food Festival Bucket List

14 summer food festivals to satisfy the eyes and the stomach.

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Binge on Bivalves at Newport Oyster Festival

The shellfish-packed weekend supports a worthy cause – the health of Rhode Island's marine life – and each ticket includes six local oysters, a beverage, live music and more.

Held on Bowen’s Wharf and sponsored by Moët and Chandon, the event promises to be a fun-filled weekend to support a worthy cause – the health of the marine life of Rhode Island.