Rhode Island Monthly - Rhode Island Monthly March 2010


Real Deals

Low prices, cheap mortgages and tempting tax credits — whether you already own a home or you’re a first-time buyer, this is a great time to venture back into real estate.


The R.I. School for the Deaf will move into a new $32-million building this fall as it struggles to improve its services. Can it once more be a voice for deaf culture?

RI Scene

Rhode Island Monthly’s Open House

On the Town

Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence’s annual Kids 1st Nite Out fundraiser raised raised $75,000 for Project Learn, an after-school homework help, tutoring and evening meals program.

Out Takes

Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence Kids 1st Nite Out; Day One’s annual luncheon.

Brighter Days

Nicholas D. Kristof was the keynote speaker at Day One’s annual luncheon. More than $50,000 was raised for support services for those affected by sexual abuse.

Bar Americain

It’s always a gamble to fill seats in a down economy, but Bobby Flay’s betting big on his reputation and ability to appeal to the masses at Mohegan Sun.

His Father's Son

As the youngest child of Ted Kennedy, Patrick Kennedy has become the heir apparent to a political dynasty. But six months after his father’s death, he reveals what that watershed moment taught him and why he won’t run for Congress again this November.