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A hotel opens with karaoke, concrete elephants, and one hell of a backstory

It’s tough to know where to begin a discussion of The Dean, the new 52-room boutique hotel opening in January in downtown Providence.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  December 19, 2013


Will the 3D printer make Santa's sleigh obsolete?

Child's Play
When Wayne Losey was introduced at last week’s holiday-themed Providence Geeks gathering at AS220, co-host Jack Templin described him as “an action figure god.”
By: PHILIP EIL  |  December 18, 2013


The Season: Local literature

Food, history, addiction, and a kid who can fly
The past year has brought a bumper crop of books from the little speck of earth we call “Rhode Island."
By: PHILIP EIL  |  December 11, 2013


The Season: Volunteer!

Holiday gifts, no shopping required
When I think of volunteering during the holidays, I’m usually reminded of Karen Allen’s character Claire in the movie Scrooged .
By: LIZ LEE  |  December 11, 2013


The Season: A Pauly D Christmas

Ho, ho, yeah, buddy!
We don’t present the following list of Pauly D merchandise because we think you should buy any of it.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  December 11, 2013


Rhody's real-life cop/on-screen mobster

Film Dept.
East Providence Police Lieutenant Armen Garo is a senior shift commander in the city’s patrol division with 29 years on the job.
By: VICTOR PAUL ALVAREZ  |  December 11, 2013


News that you need

Can ecoRI News sustain its efforts to be a vital environmental watchdog?
When was the last time you saw a news organization share the details of its finances with the world?
By: PHILIP EIL  |  December 06, 2013


Tears, horns, and a burning coffin at Building 16's last stand

 “We weren’t here for the beginning, but we’re here for the end — so let’s tear the fucking walls down!”
By: LIZ LEE  |  December 04, 2013


7800 cookies in one room. Any questions?

There are two ways we can set the stage for the RI Food Fights “Spectacular Cookie Smackdown” happening Sunday, December 8, in Providence.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  December 05, 2013


A flock of turkeys

The foulest of the fowl: The Phoenix presents its fifth annual dishonor roll
B101 has been blasting Christmas music for almost a month now, which means it must be Thanksgiving.
By: PHOENIX STAFF  |  November 26, 2013


Crispin Glover brings his 'very centric' business to Providence

Traveling Show Dept.
He doesn’t quite tap dance. But when actor-turned-filmmaker Crispin Glover tours through town — clad in suit and tie, reciting repurposed 19th-century tomes, personally screening his films — he feels closer to a vaudevillian showman than the enigmatic Thin Man who famously huffed Drew Barrymore’s hair in 'Charlie’s Angels.'
By: FALLON MASTERSON  |  November 26, 2013


30 days. 50,000 words. NaNoWriMo.

Literary Experiments
As you read this article, the clock is ticking for participants in the 15th annual National Novel Writing Month, commonly known as NaNoWriMo.
By: MATTHEW LAWRENCE  |  November 26, 2013


The 35th anniversary issue

Another Big Issue Marking the Passage of Another Half-Decade!
Looking back, looking forward — and a commemorative poem!
By: PHOENIX STAFF  |  November 21, 2013


35: What does it mean to be 35?

Five Rhode Islanders muse on their lives, three-and-a-half decades down the road
By the time you hit age 35, you can legally vote, drink, enlist, star in a porn, rent a car, and run for president.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  November 20, 2013


35: 2048: An Ocean State odyssey

Some big ideas -- and wishful thinking -- for Rhode Island 35 years from now
When we reached out to various local thinkers about what 2048 means to them, they came back to us with fully-formed treatises, roadmaps, laundry lists for change and, in the case of Matthew Derby, a strikingly vivid image of futuristic Pawtucket.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  November 20, 2013


35: Looking for a love connection

(Almost) 35 years of getting personal
The Providence Phoenix doesn’t run classified and personal ads anymore for. . . well, personal reasons (see: “Internet, The”).
By: OUR READERS  |  November 20, 2013


35: Single Column for the Phoenix, at 35

The State Poet of Rhode Island pens a tribute to us!
As if out of ashes / each week it rises again . . .
By: RICK BENJAMIN  |  November 20, 2013


35: Dear Providence Phoenix...

Gumarti, a reporter's notebook, and a few mash notes
As newspapers go, we’re pretty freaking cool and relevant. (Modest, too.)


35: The paper of record

35 sentences for 35 years
“Do you have the worst job at thePhoenix?"
By: PHILIP EIL  |  November 21, 2013


'Intactivists' take to the streets in Providence

Protest Dept.
“The destruction to the male genitals is absolute,” says Brother K. “Total. You’re left with a fraction of what God and nature intended. It’s appalling.”
By: STEVE AHLQUIST  |  November 20, 2013


At a 'Latino mayors' conference, a prof speaks truth to pols

Campaign Notebook
There were no major surprises when Angel Taveras delivered the keynote address last week at the “Latino Mayors: Politics and Policy in the City” conference at Brown University’s Taubman Center for Public Policy.
By: PHILIP EIL  |  November 20, 2013

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