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2024 WaterFire Dates Released

You can travel the globe and never find anything quite like WaterFire. A series of nearly 100 bonfires that seems to magically perch on the three rivers of Downtown Providence, WaterFire is actually an art installation. Created by local artist and Brown grad Barnaby Evans, WaterFire has attracted…

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A Bounty of Brunch Options in Providence & Beyond

Brunch is the ultimate meal for all occasions. Whether you're fueling up for the day ahead or recovering from the night before, check out some of the best spots in the Providence area to combine two of the best meals of the day. Providence's two newest hotels aren't just a place to spend the night…

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PVD POV With Jamie Antignano of Angelo's

GoProvidence is trying something new! We've recorded a few episodes of a new podcast, PVD POV. Alana Cerrone O'Hare and I sit down with all the movers and shakers in the capital city to bring you an insider's take on Providence's hidden secrets. In this episode, we're joined by Jamie Antignano…

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Providence Pizza Week Is a Slice of Heaven

Pizza lovers, it's your time to shine! Providence Pizza Week is right around the corner, but don't expect the usual pepperoni or plain cheese. Don't get us wrong, we love a classic pepperoni, but for Pizza Week we asked for something a little more creative. Dozens of Providence area restaurants…

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Rhode Island Home Show

The 74th Annual Rhode Island Home Show returns to the Rhode Island Convention Center April 4–7. This year's show features a 10,000-square-foot Garden Experience, the Inspiration Showcase, the Annual Energy Expo and more! The show is expected to draw thousands of people to experience and explore the…

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Top Tween Ideas for April Vacation

Coming up with fun things to do with tweens during school break can be tricky — they're too cool for “little kid stuff” and too young to go out alone with their friends. Here are some suggestions to keep both you and your tweens happy. Be sure to check with individual businesses to see if…

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Dragons & Mythical Creatures Come to Roger Williams Park Zoo

Travel through a world of myth and wonder with Roger Williams Park Zoo's Dragons & Mythical Creatures exhibit, open April 7 through Aug. 13. They move, they roar, they even breathe smoke! Get up close and personal with nearly 60 life-size animatronic dragons, unicorns, mermaids and more along the…

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Not-to-Miss Gaspee Days Events

If you'd like to get a jump on celebrating Independence Day, visit Pawtuxet Village on the Warwick/Cranston line this spring. Since 1965, this Colonial-era neighborhood, now a trendy destination for restaurants and shops, has hosted Gaspee Days, a commemoration of the burning in the cove of the…

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Spend a Day at Women-Owned Businesses in Providence

What better way to celebrate Women's History Month in Providence than by supporting women-owned businesses? If you plan your day right, you can eat all your meals, get your hair done and even do a little shopping, all at businesses owned and operated by women. Start your day with an early morning…

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