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Locals join fight to end a bogus blood ban
Bad Policy Dept.
The drive’s founder argues that the ban promotes stigma and misinformation about gay men.
| July 09, 2014
Summer Guide: Offbeat Ocean State
A unique collection of summer diversions
From a polo match and a shark-hunting tournament to ethnic festivals from the old and new world.
| June 11, 2014
In Burrillville, Peepshow Popeye and electric shocks
Fun and Games
Few Rhode Islanders seem to know it, but the World’s Oldest Penny Arcade is located in the northwest corner of the state.
| June 04, 2014
Ocean State Jingle Lot, at your service
“Did you know that the Block Island Ferry jingle and the Martha’s Vineyard Ferry jingle are the same song?”
| April 23, 2014
In Olneyville: Bright lights, blood, and bag lunches
The wrestling fans are chanting.
| March 26, 2014
Cold case, good cause
Roy Weber's 2003 murder remains unsolved. But his death inspired Project Weber, a harm reduction program for male sex workers in Rhode Island
Shortly after 10 am on Christmas Day, 2003, a Johnson & Wales campus safety officer patrolling a desolate stretch of road near Allens Avenue in Providence discovered the body of 22-year-old Roy Weber.
| December 18, 2013
30 days. 50,000 words. NaNoWriMo.
As you read this article, the clock is ticking for participants in the 15th annual National Novel Writing Month, commonly known as NaNoWriMo.
| November 26, 2013
What DO we celebrate on Federal Hill in October?
“Everyone has to have their heroes,” says John Brown, a historic preservationist for the Narragansett Indian Tribe. “But you just have to understand that one person’s hero is another person’s despot or dictator."
| October 09, 2013
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