East Side Monthly Magazine
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Take a second to enjoy the naturally beautiful surroundings more
Here are five RI institutions where it's always time for breakfast. more
Unrivalled and un-mucked about with, Block Island’s 17 miles of white sand harken back to an era before ticket machines and acres of blacktop became ubiquitous beachgoing experiences. All … more
The Washington County Fair returns to Richmond and NecronomiCon brings the weird and spooky to Providence more
Westerly Community Credit Union more
Jillian Banta might be showing her first collection at January StyleWeek, but she’s no newcomer to the runway. The recent grad from URI’s Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design … more
A celebration of the artist community at the Ajay Land building gets bigger and better in its second year more
The lowdown on four culinary up-and-comers on the East Side more
Examining how education has changed on the East Side over the last 40 years. more
Activities - emphasis on the active - that are also ways to spend a healthy, fun afternoon in the East Bay more
Should Rhode Island legalize weed? more
Neapolitan-style pizza from a wood-burning oven? Yes, please more
Wherefore art thou? Throw on ye pantaloons and get thyself to the Roger Williams National Memorial this summer for The Rhode Island Shakespeare Theatre. Bring your blankets and beach chairs or come … more
How Exodus Construction & Design Group turns your fantasy home into reality more
Clear your weekend for the Rhode Island International Film Festival and a can't-miss line up of musical performances more
Local author Charles Pinning sets his latest book at the RISD Museum more
Discovering unhurried fun at the Hope Street Farmers Market more
Hear the voices of Olneyville's collective history more
Celebrate music and delicious food all over the state during this festival-packed weekend more
A local expert offers simple strategies to help kids transition to an academic mindset before summer ends more
From young coffee groupie to bean-roasting expert more
Pat Zacks and The Camera Werks continue to adapt and keep analog alive in a digital world more
Allen Hazard of The Purple Shell creates stunning pieces is the traditional style of the Narragansetts more
Annie Riecke turns driftwood into nautical-themed home accessories in her South Kingstown studio more
A new book unearths the little-known story of a 19th-century female mountain climber with a taste for self-promotion more
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