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Not quite a milkshake, definitely not a frappe, this creamy creation has delighted Rhode Island kids and adults for decades. When Newport Creamery opened its initial location in Middletown in 1940, … more
Coastal Properties Group more
Head of School Dan Miller retires with 14 years of financial and community growth behind him more
From swinging concerts to exciting exhibitions, here are a few of the many swell things to do, right near you. more
Cookouts, parades, fireworks – it wouldn't be the Fourth of July without any of them and Rhode Island's got plenty to go around. more
Brown alum Cliff Weitzman has reimagined reading and technology software for students with learning differences more
Neighborhood News is a space that East Side Monthly makes available to community organizations free of charge. The content does not necessarily reflect the views of the editors of this publication. more
Make yourself at home in 10 East Street more
The beloved pizzeria, priced out of Thayer Street, moves to a new storefront on Westminster Street more
India’s favorite dance goes centerstage for the first time in RI more
80. Drama reigns at the Barn Performing Arts Center for limited runs of Boston Marriage and Death and the Maiden. Select dates in June and July. Roger Williams University 81. Attend the official … more
The Providence Public School District introduces a program for recent arrivals to the United States more
Great news for a Classical High School senior, new programs at FASRI and more more
A Brown alumna reflects on the university's legacy of student activism and its role in today's discourse more
Relive the moment that Rhode Island sparked a revolution, marvel at Scottish feats of strength and more this weekend more
Kids’ connection with nature can be rekindled by clearing neighborhood parks of old toys more
Live in one of Providence's historic homes more
How small growers, community gardens and composters on the East Side are doing the big work for the earth more
An East Side homeowner turns a "total wreck" from the 1850s into an architectural jewel more
Classical High School celebrates successful past students with its Distinguished Alumni Awards more
An East Side playwright starts a company and takes professional success into her own hands more
Both sides weigh in on the pros and cons of bringing legalized recreational marijuana to Rhode Island more
Family Service of Rhode Island looks to the future as it celebrates 125 years of helping Rhode Island communities more
Record Store Day on April 22 celebrates neighborhood LP purveyors more
"We truly believe this city can become a model of innovative collaboration between all different communities: Jewish, Christian, Muslim, everyone." more
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