Outdoor Yoga in the Providence Area

Whether you're in Providence for a convention and need a break between meetings or visiting with the family and looking for a few minutes to yourself, a little yoga might be exactly the self-care you need. Sure, you could head to the closest gym. But why not take advantage of the summer weather and…

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Best Hikes Near Providence, Rhode Island

You might know Providence as the Creative Capital with attractions like WaterFire, RISD Museum and the Providence Performing Arts Center – but did you know there are a number of hiking trails within 10–25 minutes of the city? Nature attractions and outdoor destinations are quickly becoming a hot…

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Father's Day Fun in Providence & Beyond

The sun is shining, temperatures are climbing and flowers (and allergies) are blooming. All signs that summer is on its way. That also means it's almost time for Father's Day celebrations. Now, I'm sure dad loves all of those ties and #1 Dad mugs you've bought him through the years, but maybe it's…

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Ice Bumper Cars Return to BankNewport City Center

One of Providence's most popular attractions comes in the form of spinning circular carts full of fun at the BankNewport City Center. Now, I know when you hear "bumper cars" you think of the carnival fun of crashing into your best friend (or younger sibling), but now you'll think of ice and, well…

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Walking in Rhode Island

Providence is one of the most walkable cities in America. When John Kostrzewa was researching his new book, "Walking Rhode Island: 40 Hikes for Nature and History Lovers," he found two easy trails in the city that offer great exercise and spectacular views. Neutaconkanut Hill The short climb to…

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Summer Food Carts in Providence's Waterplace Park

What's better than an afternoon stroll through Waterplace Park? How about an afternoon stroll with a snack in hand? The Downtown Providence Parks Network and Providence Parks Department have collaborated to bring a variety of food carts to the Waterplace Park Basin daily from 12–8 p.m. (11 a.m.–7…

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Pawtucket Slaterettes Make (Women's) History

Mention Pawtucket and baseball in the same sentence and most Rhode Islanders think of McCoy Stadium and the PawSox. But did you know that Pawtucket is home to the oldest all-female recreational baseball league in the country? Women's History Month seems like the perfect time to celebrate the…

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