Our Favorite Best of Rhode Island Posts on Social Media

The bash might be over, but relive the magic of the 2018 Best of Rhode Island party through our favorite posts from winners and friends. Be sure to grab your own issue, on newsstands now.

 The best spot for the best honor…(amongst the pups on our Wall!) ✨????✨ #fetchri #bestof #holisticpetboutique #pitbullsofig #pitbulladvocate #dogs #rhodeislanddogs #rhodeisland #dogsofinstagram #instagramdogs #pitbullsoninstagram #dogsofinsta #pawlifestyles #puppy #lovepits #holistichealth #dogstuff #holistic #shoplocal #pitbullsofficial #pitbullrescue #lovedogs #dogs_of_instagram #doglife #doglover #dogmom #dogscorner #adventuredogs #shopsmall #shoplocal #womanowned @rimonthly A post shared by Fetch RI (@fetchri) on Jul 31, 2018 at 10:03am PDT…

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Returns to PPAC

The show tells the challenging, heartbreaking and triumphant story of Carole King’s journey from teenage songwriter to chart-topping singer.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical returns to Providence Performing Arts Center for the first time since opening the national tour in September 2015.

Five Can’t-Miss Events: Feb. 8–14

Down desserts and drafts at Whalers, attend a sparkling winter benefit, see 5,000 years of Chinese history in dance and more fun things to do.

1. Desserts and Drafts From Whalers Facebook page. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you’re in a committed relationship or just looking for an excuse to indulge in yummy things, we’re of the opinion that it’s never too early to begin celebrating. Kick the week of love off right by grabbing your sweetheart (romantic, platonic, familial —…

On Your Feet! Turns up the Heat at PPAC

Broadway stars are excited to bring the music and story of Grammy Award-winning Gloria and Emilio Estefan to the PPAC stage.

Both Prades and Martinez hope that audiences not only enjoy the story of Gloria and Emilio, but that they take a step back and look at the larger picture. They realize that this tour is timely — there is tension among immigrants in America and their path to success, but achieving the American dream is possible.

Finding Neverland Plays at PPAC This Weekend

Turner Birthisel and Colin Wheeler each play three roles in the show that's based on the family that inspired Peter Pan.

Finding Neverland is playing at Providence Performing Arts Center now through Sunday, Dec. 3, and it’s a chance to learn about the family that inspired the adventures of Peter Pan.