East Side Monthly Magazine
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Make sure you don't run out of things to do this February vacation in Rhode Island more
An East Sider goes pool hopping to find a new way to exercise more
Teens and seniors are working together in an innovative new educational program on the East Side more
East Sider Justina Doak reflects on her experience in coming to America more
Raising critical thinkers is more important than ever more
NY Magazine shows a PVD bar some love more
We are spoiled with the spoils of Narragansett Bay, and true to South County form, a new oyster bar has popped up in Wakefield more
No longer just a trend, mobile eateries are becoming an increasingly integral part of the local food scene more
The news from East Side Schools for January 2017 more
Different things to see and do all over Rhode Island more
Michael Merolla spent 10 years renovating this cozy cottage in East Greenwich more
In 1969 Pat Pezzelli opened Golden Crest Nursing Centre in North Providence, establishing the state's first skilled nursing facility. This family-owned and operated company is now being administrated … more
From browsing to treasure hunting, here are some spring and summer dates worth saving for the home decorating enthusiast. Antique and Vintage ShoppingSundays in Providence get a little funkier … more
The former mayor discusses his vision for downtown and beyond more
Paolino hopes that the purchase of St. Joseph will be a major step in addressing the homeless problems in the city more
A Providence-born author named a finalist for National Book Award in Fiction more
A local man is known for his contributions to the youth soccer community more
Whether you're stopping by for dinner before a show or an enchanted dinner, Rosmarin is lighting up Westminster more
Providence is a far cry (and distance) from Los Angeles, but one local screenwriter-producer opted to leave LA to pursue a career back home in Rhode Island. more
Providence's oldest library provides a community forum that is bound to enlighten more
Two new Irish-inspired restaurants open this month more
Talking pastries with Ellie's Bakery more
"Nostaglia Machines" at the Bell Gallery reviewed more
Heather Tow-Yick has the deepest connection to District 4 – her family has voted in the area for over four generations and Tow-Yick herself attended school on the East Side. Education is obviously … more
New principal Kimberly Luca brings new energy to Nathan Bishop Middle School more
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