Rhode Island Monthly - Rhode Island Monthly March 2009



It may be teeny tiny, but there’s nothing small about the inspiration behind Tini, an international-style bar and the newest creation from the chef/owners of Al Forno.

The Chutes & Ladders House

They were passionate about old houses and the importance of being green, but when Clint and Kelly Clemens bought Hose 8, they had no idea what they were getting into.


Ravioli? Oh yes. But freshly made pasta and sumptuous prepared dishes are only part of the commandeering success of this mini Roman Empire of food.

Tag Sale

35 fabulous ways to outfit your home and spruce your garden without blowing your budget.

(It’s a) Farmers’ Market

Local agriculture is thriving, bringing good food to our tables and keeping household spending in the hard-driven local economy. Here’s how farmers and consumers are both getting some green.

Good Service

AIDS Project Rhode Island bestowed awards to seven locals who have helped in the fight against HIV/AIDS at their annual Red Ribbon Community Service Awards Dinner. Held in honor of World AIDS Day, the dinner — complete with silent and live auctions and entertainment by the Providence Gay Men’s Chorus and the Imperial Court of RI — helped the Project raise funds for prevention and education.