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Moore: Projo Kept Public In the Dark on 38 Studios—Moore: Projo Kept Public in the Dark on…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Infinity Beckons—Urban gardeners cannot abandon their fertile plots.

5 Live Music Musts - Coffeehouse Edition—This week, “5 Live” highlights a mainstay in…

Interview With a Zombie—Ask any music fan who led the British…

Moore: Speaker Mattiello Should Resign Over 38 Studios—Moore: Speaker Mattiello Should Resign Over 38 Studios

College Admissions: 5 Majors You Need to Choose Before You Apply—It can affect your whole application process...

5 Live Music Musts - September 25, 2015—This week on “5 Live” we’ve got a…

Top Fall Concerts—Fall arrives this week and that means it’s…

Moore: RI’s 38 Studios Economy Breeds Unfairness—Moore: RI's 38 Studios Economy Breeds Unfairness

College Admissions: Strategies for ADD/ADHD and LD Students—Tricky questions for complex issues...



Colorado’s Marijuana Revenue & Oregon’s First Week Bonanza May Spark RI

The first full week of legalized marijuana sales in Oregon have yielded a reported $11 million -- and recent reports show… Read More



NEW: BlackLivesMatter to Protest on Federal Hill Over Columbus Day

A #BlackLivesMatter event has been organized for Monday at 2 pm in Providence at the Dunkin' Donuts where a worker wrote… Read More



Guest MINDSETTER™ Joseph Clifford: Is Bombing a Hospital is a “Terrorist” Act

Jim Langevin

Where were you when the Boston Marathon bombing occurred? Do you remember the horror, and then the anger and rage you… Read More



Nguyen: What to Do If You Own a VW Diesel Car

Volkswagen has been advertising its “clean diesel” technology for years to induce consumers interested in… Read More



Bryant and Brown Hit the Road While URI Looks For 1st Win

Two of the three division I football teams in Rhode Island are on the road this week. Brown visits New England rival Holy… Read More



Where Are the 38 Studios Players Now?

It's been five years since the ill-fated 38 Studios deal was approved, three years since its collapse -- and two weeks… Read More



slides: 38 Studios Players: Where Are They Now?

Tens of thousands of pages of documents have finally been released in Rhode Island's 38 Studios lawsuit.  The state… Read More



Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - Oct. 9, 2015

Russ Moore

Every Friday, GoLocalProv's Russ Moore breaks down who is rising and who is falling in RI politics, business, and sports.… Read More



PC Hockey’s National Title Defense Begins Tonight

Trevor Mingoia Photo courtesy of Friars.com

The Providence College Friars men's hockey team begins their National Championship title defense tonight when they open… Read More



RI’s Meehan Becomes All-Time Leading Scorer For Boston College Women’s Soccer

McKenzie Meehan, photo courtesy of BC Eagles facebook

LaSalle Academy graduate McKenzie Meehan has become the all-time leading scorer for the Boston College Eagles women's… Read More



Friday Financial Five – October 9, 2015

Political debates often involve the promise of a more reasonable tax code but pushing changes through is not easy once the… Read More



Finneran: It’s a Black Thing, You Wouldn’t Understand

Photo courtesy of Nick Chapman/flickr

Two recent trips have shed a lot of reminder light on our country’s racial history. It’s an ugly history to… Read More



NEW: Police Officers Demanding Providence Dunkin’ Donuts Employee Be Fired

Retired Providence Police officer Tony Lepore, Sr. announced Thursday that he is spearheading an effort to have the… Read More



Critics Blast Loss of Federal Funds by John Hope Settlement House, Rep. Williams

The Rhode Island Dept. of Education, after several program audits, has disqualified the John Hope Settlement House from certain federal funds.

The John Hope Settlement House, along with Board Chair Representative Anastasia Williams, have been disqualified from further… Read More



Daily Fantasy Sports Games May Be the Next Compulsive Gambling Problem

Daily Fantasy Sports games offered by FanDuel and DraftKings are avoiding regulation by claiming to be games of skill rather… Read More



NEW: Elorza Joins Federal Lawsuit Against Backpage.com

Jorge Elorza

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza has joined a group of cities from across the country to file a brief in the first circuit court… Read More



NEW: Raimondo Issues Study Claiming Truck Tolls Would Benefit RI GDP by $500M

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo said Tuesday that a new study shows that her RhodeWorks plan -- which includes truck… Read More



NEW: Bryant’s Burns Comes Out as First Openly Gay DI Basketball Coach

Chris Burns

Bryant University men's basketball assistant coach Chris Burns  has come out as the first openly gay Division I… Read More



Guest MINDSETTER™ John Tassoni Jr: Every City & Town Should Have an Active Juvenile Hearing Board

A 15-year-old female is caught stealing a large amount of makeup from a local department store and is arrested.



NEW: RI ACLU Defends Sex Offenders Against Law Forcing Them to Move

The ACLU of Rhode Island issued a statement on Thursday responding to a meeting held last week by the Department of… Read More



5 Groups Blast Raimondo’s Administration for Lack of Transparency

Governor Gina Raimondo

Five organizations, including ACCESS/RI, American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island, Rhode Island Press Association, New… Read More



slides: 10 Things to Watch During the 2015-2016 Boston Bruins Season

The 2015-2016 Boston Bruins season is starting Thursday night against the Winnipeg Jets. The puck drops at 7 PM at the TD… Read More



SBA is Accepting Nominations for 2016 Small Business Week Awards

The United States Small Business Administration is accepting nominations for its 2016 National Small Business Week Awards,… Read More



RI Bridge Repair Plan with No Tolls Introduced by GOP Members

The Rhode Island General Assembly Republican Policy Group released their Bridge Repair Plan on Wednesday, which they say does… Read More



Rep. Williams, John Hope Settlement House Barred from Receiving Federal Funds

Rep. Anastasia Williams

The John Hope Settlement House -- along with Board Chair Representative Anastasia Williams have been disqualified from… Read More



slides: 25 Romantic Getaways in New England

The days are getting shorter. The nights are getting longer. If you're one of the lucky ones to have someone to keep your… Read More



Ask a Bartender: Your Last Chance for Octoberfest in New England

If you have already exhausted all of the nearby apple orchards and pumpkin patches, but still want to enjoy some time outside… Read More



Fit For Life: “Full Effort is Full Victory” - Gandhi

It was Monday afternoon, and the high school football team I work with was 3-0. As I approached them at practice I could see… Read More



Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Glorious Asters Star

Fall is the most under rated garden season. Celestial events emphasize stunning lunar eclipses. Engorged, the moon’s… Read More



The Cellar: Bordeaux

In preparation for the next tasting at the Providence Wine Academy I have spent the past few weeks sampling through… Read More



slides: RI Festival of Children’s Books and Authors to be Held Oct. 17

Chris Grabenstein

The Rhode Island Festival of Children's Books & Authors, hosted by Lincoln School in Providence will be held on… Read More



Incredible Hulk Actor Lou Ferrigno is Coming to RI Comic Con

Ferrigno as The Incredible Hulk in 1978.

Rhode Island Comic Con has announced that Lou Ferrigno will be coming to this years con. Ferrigno is best known for his… Read More



RI Hospital Earns National Award For Excellence in Cancer Care

Rhode Island Hospital's Comprehensive Cancer Center has earned the Midyear 2015 Outstanding Achievement Award given by… Read More



Chef Walter’s Flavors & Knowledge: Layered Bread Salad

The ingredients on this lovely salad are really connected with summer; however tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers are available… Read More



It’s All About Education: Do We Really Value Diversity in Schools?

A couple of weeks ago, 700,000 people used the hashtag #IStandWithAhmed to show support for 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed. Ahmed… Read More



Newport Manners & Etiquette: Reviving the Fur Coat

At this time of year, women start to bring out their fur coats, ready for winter wearing. Younger women are usually wearing… Read More



H.P. Lovecraft Walking Tour Returns to Providence for 9th Year

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The H.P. Lovecraft Walking Tour and the Flickers' Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy Horror Film Festival is returning to Providence… Read More



RISD Grad Pestana to Open 2nd Solo Exhibition at GRIN

RISD Grad Steven Pestana will open his second solo exhibition, GEOMETER, with GRIN will take place from October 15th to… Read More



Festival Ballet Providence Set to Open 38th Season

2004 performance of Firebird. Photo courtesy of facebook.

Festival Ballet Providence  is set to open it's 38th season starting on October 23-25th at The Vets with Ballet… Read More



Columbus Day Festivities Coming to Federal Hill

It is almost time for the annual parade, great food and Italian heritage celebration on Federal Hill on Columbus Day… Read More



Organize + Energize: Word of the year - Memorabilia

Memorabilia: (n) Objects kept or collected because of their historical interest, especially those associated with memorable… Read More



slides: 10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes - Oct. 6

Shannon and others need homes

Calling all animal lovers If you're on the lookout for a new pet for you or your family, look no further.



NEW: Cumberland High School’s Tenreiro Named National Principal of the Year

Cumberland Principal Alan Tenreiro

Cumberland High School principal Alan Tenreiro has been named 2016 National Principal of the year by the National Association… Read More



College Admissions: Why Early Action and Decision Matter

In the last decade, early admission programs have become an increasingly important aspect of college admissions. Many… Read More



Famed Trinity Rep Actress Barbara Meek Dies at 81

Photo: National Endowment of the Arts

Barbara Anita Meek who was celebrated for her more than 100 stage productions at Trinity Rep and gained national fame on TV… Read More



slides: 25 Best Corn Mazes, Apple Orchards & Haunted Houses in New England

The perfect guide for the family day trip or the weekend fun date -- see GoLocal's look at fall fun. There are three… Read More



Ask a Bartender: What Should I Drink This October?

This week social media reminded me that so many of my friends and acquaintances are “so glad to live in a world where… Read More



Fit For Life: It’s All About The Core…

I heard one of my mentors give this great analogy:  if you lift weights or strength train with a weak core, it’s… Read More


Beauty & Fashion

RI Beauty Expert: Inside/Out Beauty Care - Jahmeir Skincare Studio

You have often heard the saying that “beauty comes from within." Well, this is particularly true of beautiful Pamela… Read More



Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Infinity Beckons

Tithonia Photo credit: Leonard Moorehead

Urban gardeners cannot abandon their fertile plots. The shoulders of the year offer gardeners plenty to do and some of us… Read More



5 Live Music Musts - Coffeehouse Edition

Singer-Songwriter Dar Williams Plays the Narrows Center Saturday

This week, “5 Live” highlights a mainstay in local music, the "coffeehouse."  Historically, coffeehouse… Read More



video: GoLocalTV: The Gala of The Royal Horses Coming to Providence on Sunday

The Gala of the Royal Horses is coming to the Dunkin' Donuts Center for the first time ever on Sunday, October 4 for one… Read More



slides: 10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - Oct. 2

As September changes to October, it's another busy weekend of events in Rhode Island. Fall Festivals are in full swing as… Read More



slides: 10 Great Things to do in Newport This Weekend - Oct. 2

Fall is here and there is more than enough activities going on in Newport this weekend to keep you busy. 



video: GoLocalTV: How the Wolf School Helps Complex Learners

The Wolf School was founded in 1999 and serves students grades k-8 who are complex learners with multiple learning… Read More