Community poetry reading at museum

By stephanie - June 15, 2015
Sunday, experience the spirit of the Harlem Renaissance in a community poetry reading at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design. During the museum’s 18th annual Langston Hughes Community Poetry Reading, audience members will listen as Hughes’ works are read aloud by members of the community. Educators, corporate executives, writers, musicians, artists and more will recite poignant, and s

Cozy choreography

By stephanie - June 15, 2015
Festival Ballet will once again present its Up Close on Hopes series, a collection of intimate performances allowing for close views of the dancers. This year’s series includes the work of eight choreographers and performances by several new company members. Returning this year is Mark Harootian’s piece, “Spektor of Things,” which orginially premiered during Up Close on Hope four years ago. In add

Fall fiesta

By stephanie - June 15, 2015
Urban Greens Food Co-op will hold a fall fiesta at AS220 in celebration of the local food system, the power of co-operative structures and the organization’s recent progress. Chefs from local restaurants, including Julians, Local 121, Louie Fullers and more, will prepare small plates featuring ingredients from local farms and producers. Proceeds from special beverage sales at the bar will benefit

Yo Yo Ma Portraits

By mdblog - April 21, 2014
8/21/10 4:56:11 PM -- Chicago Symphony Orchestra Portrait Sessions: Dream Out Loud portraits of YoYo Ma © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2010

Spring has sprung: Here are this season's top 3 home design trends

By mdblog - April 02, 2014
Vibrant and bold hues are the trend this spring season, thanks to color trendsetters Pantone. They've selected Radiant Orchid as the "Color of the Year" for 2014. In addition to color trends, this season's overall home decor trend is eclectic design and personalized accents. Here are a couple key points of what's currently in and how you can make it your own:   1. Self expression [caption id=

Seller Confidence Spikes as Home Prices Rise

By mdblog - June 11, 2013
Over the past year or so, many critics and analysts alike have revealed their moments of skepticism on the market's ability to bounce back. The main reason being is low inventory, as sellers have become hesitant on putting their homes up for sale. It's completely understandable. After six years of countless inconsistencies and playing the waiting game, many sellers are not sure if they should jus

Travel + Leisure Ranks Providence as Best "Foodie" City

By mdblog - November 11, 2012
In the latest issue of Travel + Leisure Magazine, Providence ranks as Best "Foodie" City in "America's Favorite Cities" poll, coming in first place for Food/Drink/Restaurants.  This poll  ranks 35 cities across the United States.  More specifically, the city ranked top 10 in all food-related categories, including fine dining, ethnic foods, cafes and microbrews. Students at The College of Culinary


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