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Farewell, Providence Phoenix

The Ocean State loses its voice
The last word.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  October 17, 2014


Spreading the news

A Thursday ride with "the Phoenix guy"
“It’s sort of like a bird feeder — once you put the paper out, [the people] come by.”
By: PHILIP EIL  |  October 16, 2014


Which way will the dice roll?

Election Day brings a referendum on Newport Grand — and the City By the Sea's future
A dive into the controversy over bringing poker tables, roulette wheels, and flesh-and-blood blackjack dealers to Newport.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  October 08, 2014


Public records 101

Knowledge is power! Inform thyself!
A primer on how to dig up court documents, state employee salaries, election dirt, and more.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  October 01, 2014


The 'middle class squeeze' comes to Fountain Street

As The ProJo Turns
Taking it to the street.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  October 01, 2014


In memory, Brown plants a ball and chain on campus

A somber interlude during Brown’s 250 celebration.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  October 01, 2014


Student Survival Guide: Extracurriculars

What teachers do when they're not teaching you
Surfing, singing, and shredding.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  September 27, 2014


Student Survival Guide: Eat this!

Where to enjoy the real taste of Rhode Island
Iconic and otherwise noteworthy culinary destinations in this teensy state.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  September 27, 2014


Reminder to Rhode Islanders: you're walking on fertile creative soil

Arts & Crafts
Two local events have aligned to provide a reminder that this place is pretty inspiring.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  September 17, 2014


With the primary election over, Buddy steps in

"As this campaign goes on, you’ll see that this is not about personality,” says the man with the most distinct and divisive personality in Providence history.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  September 10, 2014

A new day — and an ominous mood — on Fountain Street

As The ProJo Turns
A changing of the guard or a tornado touching down?
By: PHILIP EIL  |  September 10, 2014


Why politics matters

It's your money. It's your state. It's your vote
It's time to hop off the Apathy Train.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  September 03, 2014


Of primary importance

Election 2014's first day of reckoning: facts, observations, and expert analysis
It’s often said that instead of a major professional sports team, Rhode Island has politics. And now, in late August, we’re entering the playoffs.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 27, 2014


Who approved these messages?

Parsing the political ads, good and bad. OK, mostly bad.
Campaign 2014 — and, therefore, the campaign 2014 TV ad season — is far from over.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 27, 2014


Cutting through the info-fog of the PVD mayor's race

The Political Scene
Three major Democratic candidates for Providence mayor held press conferences at Prospect Terrace Park in the last week.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 27, 2014


What does it mean to be a Democrat in Rhode Island?

The answer isn't simple
The Governor of Rhode Island is a Democrat. So are the lieutenant governor, secretary of state, general treasurer, and attorney general.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 20, 2014


38 Studios: So many questions, not many answers

The game's not over — trying to make sense of the ongoing debacle
Here's what we think we know.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 13, 2014


38 Studios timeline: key dates in a slow-motion 'reckoning'

From the bloody sock to the first settlement
A decade of infamy.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 13, 2014


Foo Fest field guide

Get ready for AS220's frenzy of music, art, and attitude
The concept of Foo Fest is simple: it’s AS220’s annual, one-day extravaganza taking place on Empire Street between Washington and Westminster.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  August 06, 2014


All that jazz

Celebrating 60 years of America's music at the Newport fests
Once upon a time, hosting a jazz festival in Newport was a radical idea — dangerous, even.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  July 30, 2014
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