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2017’s Best of Rhode Island!

Editors and readers name their picks for the state's best spots for food, shopping, fun and beauty.

With so much to see, eat and do, there’s no time like the present to explore your home state.

The Dish: Providence's Five Best Secret Bars

It's time to out some of our favorite spots (because we've finally learned how to share).

One of the cool things about Providence is the small number of off-the-radar bars that take a little sleuthing to stumble on. Why would these watering holes want to be so secret that you need to know someone who knows where it is to find out where it is? The goal is to maintain a sense of intimacy where like-minded…

Bars We Love

5 Rhode Island Bars We Love

Ogie’s Trailer Park You gotta respect a bar named after a cat. Actually two cats, to be exact. Dan and Jessica Becker’s new West Side spot, Ogie’s Trailer Park, is a tribute to the couple’s friendly three-year-old feline, Ogie. Granny Boo’s Kitchen, the walk-up mobile trailer window serving multiple varieties of tater tots and mac and cheese croquettes, also pays…

Fall Getaways!

5 easy weekend getaways that remind us why autumn is our favorite time of year.

Colebrook, Connecticut  Known as part of the Southern Berkshires or Litchfield Hills, the Colebrook/Norfolk region marries urban artistic culture with bucolic landscape — which equals some of the best farm-to-fork restaurants. Norfolk is among the best-preserved villages in the Northeast. Formerly a summer enclave for wealthy industrialists, the architecture of the town’s grand mansions remains intact and worth the drive….

Fall Getaways!

5 easy weekend getaways that remind us why autumn is our favorite time of year.

Colebrook, Connecticut  Known as part of the Southern Berkshires or Litchfield Hills, the Colebrook/Norfolk region marries urban artistic culture with bucolic landscape — which equals some of the best farm-to-fork restaurants. Norfolk is among the best-preserved villages in the Northeast. Formerly a summer enclave for wealthy industrialists, the architecture of the town’s grand mansions remains intact and worth the drive….

Folk Lore

As a California kid, novelist Adam Braver dreamed of the Newport Folk Festival. Now living in Rhode Island, he finally makes it to the epic event where Dylan went electric and wonders: Can the festival live up to its iconic past?

The first time I went to the Newport Folk Festival was in Concord, California. It was 1998, and the festival had been touring various cities, taking its storied reputation on the road. We all knew it was a little bit fishy. More marketing than tradition. But for me, having been born and raised in California, I was the target audience….