Archive For January 31, 2019

NORDIC VOICES AT RISD

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NORDIC VOICES AT RISD

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2019 RISD Museum, Grand Gallery, 5:30 pm  Due to construction at the Museum, please use the Chace Center entrance — at 20 Main St. (adjacent to RISD Works Gift Shop). Advance tickets strongly encouraged — Seating is limited Gen admission, $35; students and low income, $25 See RISD Museum/events:  https://risdmuseum.org/exhibitions-events/events/museum-concerts For more information email: museumconcerts@outlook.com  or…

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ATTLEBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE CONCERT

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ATTLEBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE CONCERT

Free Valentine’s Day Concert Thursday, February 14, 2019 – 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Marble Lobby   Join us at the Attleboro Public Library for a free Valentine’s evening performance by Coastline on Tour! The troupe features singers from the famed award-winning women’s a capella singing group, the Coastline Show Chorus.   Selections will…

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FESTIVAL BALLET PROVIDENCE: THREE STRIKING BALLETS

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FESTIVAL BALLET PROVIDENCE: THREE STRIKING BALLETS

MIRRORS In a whirl of powder blue tulle and lush romantic movement, George Balanchine’s iconic  Serenade makes its Rhode Island debut this Valentine’s Day weekend. Set to Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous  Serenade for Strings,  the expressive ballet floats across the stage, weaving into delicate formations like a breath of fresh air. As the first ballet the legendary founder of the New…

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CRYPTOCURRENCY MAY REBOUND

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CRYPTOCURRENCY MAY REBOUND

5 Reasons Why Cryptocurrency May Rebound in 2019 The cryptocurrency industry has been on a roller-coaster ride in recent years, with prices shooting up, then falling sharply. Bitcoin (BTC) lost nearly 70 percent of its value in 2018, triggering a domino effect as other cryptocurrencies such as Binance Coin (BNB) and EOS also experienced losses.   But some…

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ARE YOU GAME FOR THIS COOKING CLASS?

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ARE YOU GAME FOR THIS COOKING CLASS?

HUNGRY FOR SOME EXCITEMENT IN THE KITCHEN? DEM INVITES BEGINNING AND SEASONED CHEFS ALIKE TO PREPARE AND SAMPLE WILD GAME RECIPES AT FEBRUARY 10TH COOKING CLASS  PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will offer a wild game cooking class with Chef Andy Lussier of Culinary Connections and Addieville East Farm next month. …

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EARTHTALK: “GREEN NEW DEAL”

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EARTHTALK: “GREEN NEW DEAL”

Dear EarthTalk: What is the so-called Green New Deal proposed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and is Congress likely to go for it? — Mark Talarico, Brooklyn, NY Congresswoman Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez The concept of a “Green New Deal” (GND), first called for in a 2007 New York Times op-ed by Thomas Friedman, has been in the news lately thanks to a protest…

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DEM OPENS SHELL FISHING IN WARWICK WESTERN UPPER BAY

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DEM OPENS SHELL FISHING IN WARWICK WESTERN UPPER BAY

DEM RE-OPENS TWO-MILE STRETCH OF WARWICK COAST IN WESTERN UPPER BAY TO SHELL FISHING, ESTABLISHES NEW CONDITIONAL AREA D PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is re-opening the area of the Upper Narragansett Bay which was closed to shellfish harvesting in August 2018 following a sewage overflow in Warwick. Beginning at…

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SLATER MILL: “SEAMLESS WORK” EXHIBITION

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SLATER MILL: “SEAMLESS WORK” EXHIBITION

RITIN and Polaris MEP team up with Slater Mill to re-open Seamless Work video and exhibition   (Pawtucket RI)  Promoting a modern image of the textile sector in Rhode Island may seem like a perplexing effort, but it is part of the mission eagerly embraced by the Rhode Island Textile Innovation Network (RITIN). Created by Senator Whitehouse…

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STB: EARLY REGISTRATION FOR “BAY CAMPS”

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STB: EARLY REGISTRATION FOR “BAY CAMPS”

Early bird registration deals on Save The Bay’s statewide BayCamps now available Save The Bay is now offering $25 early bird discounts on all summer BayCamp registrations placed before March 15. BayCamps—the only week-long summer camp to feature Narragansett Bay as its campground—invite young explorers to have fun along Rhode Island’s coast while introducing them…

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NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE COMPANY

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NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE COMPANY

The winners from our recent One Act Play Festival are as follows: Best Director- Will Redding    Best Actress- Sarah Robinson   Best Actor- Jason Montes   Best Techie- Gaby Struss   Judges’ Choice- Best Actress & Best Actor- “That’s Not How I Remember It” Sarina Bell, Bailey Hobbs “Have You Seen Gizmo?” Sarah Robinson,…

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