Providence

19 Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in Rhode Island

We’ve rounded up some local ways to ring in 2019, including family-friendly events, upscale soirees and fancy dinners.

What are you doin’ for New Year’s Eve? Don’t fret over your lack of plans for the holiday because we’ve rounded up some local ways to ring in 2018 and celebrate whichever way you like.

There’s a New Vegan Mini Mart in Town

Hope Street's Olive Del Mondo is now carrying artisan vegan products as well as extra-virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars.

As vegans themselves, the Fuccillos wanted to create a space where plant-based eaters could shop without checking the ingredient list of every item.

Frog and Toad Expands to the West Side of Providence

Explore the eclectic gift shop where you can find the perfect holiday gift for that hard-to-buy-for person.

Down the street from Nice Slice Pizzeria, across the street from Classical High School and next to White Electric Coffee, you’ll find a quirky storefront nestled on busy Westminster Street in Providence that’s home to Frog and Toad’s brand new location.

7 Tips for the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular

How to navigate one of the state's most popular fall activities.

Courtesy of Roger Williams Park and Zoo’s Facebook     What can you do with 5,000 pumpkins? You could bake a heck-of-a-lotta pies, or, if you’re the Roger Williams Zoo, you could show off thousands of jack-o-lanterns for an entire month. Every October, the zoo presents the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, which pulls in more than 100,000 visitors every year. Whether you’re…

StyleWeek Season 15: 1970’s Couture, Classic Separates, Romantic Gowns and Handbag-Carrying Drones

The closing night shows featured Clothes Horse Clothing, Rose and Thread, Lalla Bee and Kent Stetson Handbags.

  Kent Stetson subbed drones and robots in for models for his runway show. Photos by Myke Yeager Photography. The closing night of StyleWeek featured 1970’s looks by Clothes Horse Clothing, timeless sportswear by Rose & Thread, ballerina-inspired dresses and gowns by Lalla Bee, and the show-stopping runway production by Providence handbag designer Kent Stetson, which included robots, drones and…