Samantha Labrecque

Have You Heard the Buzz?

The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is lighting up the dome of the State House in black and yellow to look like a giant bumblebee.

The Audubon is hoping to raise awareness on the populations of bees, butterflies and other pollinator insects that are steeply declining due to the loss of habitat, pollution, misuse of chemicals, disease and change in climatic patterns.

Rhode Island Monthly Among Metcalf Award Winners

The annual breakfast honors reporting on diversity in the media.

Five distinguished journalists and their media organizations as well as the two co-founders of Latino Public Radio received Metcalf Awards for Diversity in the Media, which was organized by Rhode Island for Community and Justice.

Five Can’t-Miss Events: May 17–23

Slurp on briny bivalves by the water, see a historic Providence gem come to life, taste your way around the world at Global Eats and more fun things to do.

Slurp on briny bivalves by the water, see a historic Providence gem come to life, taste your way around the world at Global Eats and more fun things to do.

The Dish: Q-and-A with Luluna Kombucha

We talked with Luluna Kombucha owner and co-founder, Lucy Kreger, about the fermented tea and its probiotic benefits.

We talked with Luluna Kombucha owner and co-founder, Lucy Kreger, about the fermented tea and its probiotic benefits. The local effervescent drink can be found at fill stations or on tap throughout the state at participating locations.

What’s Up Doc: Doctor Christopher M. Furey, Family Medicine

We talked to several of Rhode Island's 237 Top Doctors on why they chose medicine as a career and how, to them, it's more than a job.

“One of the nice things about family medicine and primary care is that you get to see people and get to know them over time by building relationships with them. You seem them when they are healthy and when they are sick so relating to them comes naturally.”