Culture

Chatter: March

Readers weigh in on stories in print and online.

“This is the best issue I have ever received. The zoo article meant the most to me since my annual visit is for the pumpkin display and swan boat ride.”

Support Women-Owned Businesses on International Women’s Day

Here’s a reminder of some women-owned businesses that you can help support today and every day.

The International Women’s Day campaign says, “A balanced world is a better world. How can you help forge a more gender-balanced world? Celebrate women’s achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.”

Get a Run in While Touring Providence’s Public Art

Rhode Races and Events help organize this tour with the Avenue Concept, and $10 from every registration will be donated to support TAC.

Lace up your running or walking shoes and hit Providence’s streets for a workout and guided tour of the Creative Capital’s public art installations produced by the Avenue Concept.

Five Can’t-Miss Events this Week in Rhode Island

Learn how to make a Rueben sandwich, laugh it off at the Comedy Connection and other fun things to do in Rhode Island from March 4-10.

Photo from Getty Images.   Quebecois Film Night Tune in to the first event of the Museum of Work and Culture’s month-long Francophone celebration. Purchase tickets to stream the French Canadian dark comedy “Merci Pour Tout,” a tale of two estranged sisters who embark on a journey together after a family tragedy. The film will be available beginning March 4…

Super Beagle Teaches Kids About How Dogs See Color

Kim Edge Ambler and her daughter Rell worked on the children's book together about their dog Angie.

A few key ideas came together to bring Super Beagle to life. My super fast beagle Angie, my wanting to simplify and modernize books that taught kids their colors and my fascination with how dogs see color.