Chatter: October

Readers weigh in on stories in print and online.
Oct21 Digital Edition

“Lost and Found,” August

Required reading if you truly love lil’ Rhody.
Frederick Mikkelsen
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“Best of Rhode Island,” August

Rhode Island Monthly thought we should get some small business love. Really? Us? Sheesh, we couldn’t ever imagine being here, but it’s only because of y’all. Anyone who has ever supported us in any way humanly possible. Thank y’all so much from the bottom of our hearts. Cheers.
MXR Cocktails
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Best of Rhode Island Party, July

Just dropping a note of appreciation for the wonderful party. It was my fourth one and by far the best. Holding it at the zoo was a fantastic idea and made it something special.
Darren Hill,
POP Emporium of Popular Culture Providence

Great night meeting all the other business owners and employees. Thank you to Rhode Island Monthly, all the vendors and all the Roger Williams Park Zoo employees. You put on a great event.
Joe Smith, Sweet Salvage
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“Bintimani is Offering Catering of West African Cuisine While it Awaits Restaurant Opening,”

On behalf of the whole fam and the entire community of supporters behind @bintimanipvd, I can’t begin to fully express our appreciation of @jamiecoelho’s poignant telling of our story via Rhode Island Monthly!
In addition to uplifting our story, and the narrative shared by and that resonates with many BIPOC businesses, we appreciated the highlighting of the extensive and continually growing list of organizations, individuals and institutions that have uplifted us throughout the journey of manifesting our new home here in PVD!
Aiyah Josiah-Faeduwor
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