Providence Monthly Magazine
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Both sides of the debate weigh in on reviving Providence's iconic skyscraper. more
Classic New England fashion meets Joshua Brown more
The Barker Playhouse is a historic treasure. more
Massimo has been making waves in the Providence restaurant scene. more
Margaret Mannix doesn’t have it all figured out, but she’s getting there. By day, she’s a child and adolescent psychologist. “I love my job,” she says. “I also put … more
“I like books that use real, identifiable places. Readers get excited by it.” more
Garden Grille's new chef Alex Buck on what drives his passion for vegetarian cooking more
A new curl-only salon is making (and embracing) waves more
A cozy living space in North Providence. more
Thea Izzi set out to make jewelry that, using only metals, would create the effect of “a light coming from inside.” more
The food, the service, the atmosphere and the memories - here are 19 restaurants we wish were around more
Celebrate America's storied discovery more
Pasta Beach opens third location in Wayland Square more
Attend these thrilling happenings... at your own risk more
Devotees of Iyengar yoga extol its many virtues, including injury prevention and making yoga more accessible to all ability levels. more
Summer's here and that means lobster rolls for days. Here are 16 must-try takes on this signature New England classic. more
Backstage at PPAC the walls are a Technicolor dream of familiar logos and scribbled autographs. Since a production of Annie in 2001, touring companies have left their mark on the venerable … more
Higher education costs are ludicrous... save yourself some money (and some stress) with a student ID more
Behind the Scenes at PPAC's latest production of Wicked more
Avoid the crowds at these sandy spots more
How will you spend your Columbus Day? more
Fashion and creativity with heart more
For the second year in a row, Trinity Rep will be performing a series of one-minute plays that brings attention to the events of Ferguson, MO. more
A quirky and enduring Downtown eatery closes more
Check out one of these spooky Halloween attractions, if you dare... more
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