East Side Monthly Magazine
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Meet the MIT-trained scientist who is engineering the city's brainiest breakfast at Rebelle Artisan Bagels more
Plug in and experience virtual worlds at Base Station VR, RI’s first virtual reality lounge more
StyleWeek Northeast returns, Doors Open RI reveals Providence's cool hidden spaces and the Ocean State Oyster Festival celebrates aquaculture more
The former state rep talks community, historic preservation and the cause that's taking up all his time more
Meet the authors of iconic children's books like Amelia Bedelia and Diary of a Wimpy Kid more
When it comes to technology and young children, how much time is too much? more
Decorating tips from a stylish pro at store*four more
Are East Side schools equipped to provide students with the skills they need to excel in the 21st century? more
Local candy company Anchor Toffee opens its first store front on Bowen's Wharf more
Ed Chetaitis brightens up his USPS route by bringing daylilies from his garden to East Siders more
The latest news from East Side neighborhood associations more
Why have no East Siders been the head of City Council? more
The new executive director of the Providence Foundation is ready to put it – and downtown – on the map more
New executive director Kevin Olasanoye on turning the national tide and why it's good to be a Democrat right now more
An arts program at the school brings teens and elders together for increased insight and mindful learning more
From Trinity Rep to Saturday Night Live, this scenic designer keeps building new worlds more
Packed with Lovecraft-era equipment, the 125-year-old institution allows visitors a weekly peek at the final frontier more
A new service offered by Hope Street merchants allows visitors to the farmer's market to stay on the shopping train more
Providence educational organizations give students a level playing field more
Examining how kids use technology in the classroom. more
New England's chilliest season can be a major downer, here's how to stay up instead more
Rasoi incorporates homemade recipes into their unique drinks more
A new spin on an old fashioned? Think peak of season produce in your bourbon. more
Clear your schedule for kickball in Providence, blues and barbecue in East Providence and a ton of oysters on Block Island more
Warshay teaches entrepreneurship in such far-flung locales as Bahrain, China, Egypt, Portugal, Slovenia and South Africa and across the United States more
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