Providence Monthly Magazine
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Wildflower Truck turns an adorable retro VW into that state's most Instagram-worthy flower shop more
Celebrate Oktoberfest at The German American Cultural Society of Rhode Island on October 1 more
Rock climbing in Warwick is a way to get challenging, slightly terrifying exercise – and actually have fun more
Ghastly shipwrecks, vampires, haunted libraries – we're on the hunt for the state’s real ghost stories more
More bands than we could count have passed through WBRU's studio – luckily they all signed the walls on the way out more
Neighbors pitch in to bring chess tables and bocce courts to Dexter Park more
Rhode Island ghost hunter Amy Bruni returns to TV with a new season of Kindred Spirits more
Pumpkins take over Warren, runners take their mark at Misquamicut Beach and a couple of rock shows in Providence help the victims of Hurricane Harvey more
Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art encourages hands on exploration and experimentation more
A guide on how to get the most out of RI’s ultimate creative week more
"When I look into the eyes of the kids in my neighborhood I know there’s promise, and I don’t think there are enough people trying to bring out that promise." more
Dreadphile Cinema Club brings so-bad-they're-good cult movies to local screens more
A look at Lupo's storied history, and what the concert venue's future holds more
The ancient Irish sport – called the fastest game on grass – finds a home on our side of the pond more
With his Hater app, Pawtucket native Brendan Alper brings an irreverance and a healthy sense of humor to online dating more
Rhode Island-based Verdi Productions' latest film celebrates a man who gave his life saving others on 9/11 more
The actor and member of Trinity Rep on the visual appeal of the understated and effortless more
Creativity abounds at Bromance Warehouse, a collaborative and retail space for LGBTQI artists in Hope Artiste Village more
Fine jewelry and custom pieces on South Main more
The theatre's artistic director takes us behind the scenes of the identity- and empathy-focused upcoming season more
The newest addition to the downtown dining scene offers stylish comfort food and live entertainment more
The artists of Peàn Doubulyu Glass have developed a national following for their joyful, vibrantly colored work more
A dedicated corps of residents is giving one of downtown’s iconic public spaces a much-needed makeover more
6 Rhode Island restaurants that always feel like summer, no matter the season more
Providence Kayak Company gives you a new way to explore the heart of the city more
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