Enter the Graduate Hotel’s Local Art Contest

Submit your work of art for consideration (and possible compensation) for a chance to be a part of the Providence hotel's guest room decor.

Local artists from all corners of the city are called to create Providence-inspired artwork to be reviewed by a team of Providence residents.

Chef Madi Butler Takes the Train: A Rail Rider’s Peek into the Providence Foodie Scene

Chef Madi Butler has what is quite possibly the coolest internship in the United States, working for Summer by Rail run by the Rail Passengers Association.

We had the chance to catch up with Butler after her stop off in Providence on July 4 and we think it’s safe to say she’s having quite the trip. Read on to learn more about her adventure and her stay in our capital city.

Get Wet at One of These Free Water Parks for Kids

There are two new splash pads in East Providence and Barrington, plus Providence Parks and Recreation has a list of thirteen free water parks.

The splash pad at Police Cove Park in Barrington. It’s hot, hot, hot out, but the beach just seems too far to go. Kids are getting bored while school is out, and the playground feels like a blistering inferno. Did you know there are thirteen free water parks in Providence, and others scattered throughout the state, where you and the…

PrideFest Kicks Off Saturday in Providence

Right on the heels of PVDFest is PrideFest, which includes a Live Your Truth theme, live entertainment and the famous RI Pride Illuminated Night Parade.

Attractions include live entertainment, a marketplace with 200-plus vendors, the Hasbro Kid’s Zone, food trucks, art gallery exhibitions and a beer, wine and spirits garden.