In celebration of the exciting new Transformers flick coming out tomorrow (or at midnight, if you’re awesome like me) dig this bad ass track and video by Maja. You can follow my dorky thoughts on the Transformers franchise all week over at Bread and Roses.
h/t BDH: Results of a recent Herald poll indicate that most students are not following the actions of Providence Mayor David Cicilline ’83, with an overwhelming 71 percent of students choosing “Don’t know/No answer” when asked if they approved or disapproved of the way the
The Brown University Departments of Africana Studies and American Civilizations bring you… (You know your department is underfunded when you have to go to the Young Communist League for financial assistance.)
UPDATE 2/23 9:46 PM: Further proving my point, the Washington Post just named Barack Obama, in his appearance in Spider-Man, the number one black superhero of all time. We all know Spider-Man meets Obama was a big deal and I know that when a president
Mark your calendars, because this Wednesday July 30th, the Cheesecake Factory is celebrating National Cheesecake day by offering $1.50 slices of cheesecake. Costumers will be able to choose from up to 30 varieties of the delectable desert, but purchases, cruelly, will be limited to one
Tonight tonight tonight is your last chance to catch Providence’s own Ammanuel Santa Anna in the skankeriffic local ska sensation the Nice Ups before he leaves us FOREVER for Colorado. They’ll be playing tonight at the Living Room with the Jerk Tones and some band
By: Lissa Jean Be thankful there are people in this world who enjoy staring at old worms, because if there weren’t, researchers might never have made this breakthrough in geezer studies. A team of Stanford scientists have identified several genes which, when tampered with, make worms
By: Lissa Jean Remember the good ol’ days? When a crooked doctor could pocket thousands of dollars from a sleazy drug company, and not worry about attracting the attention of Congress? Well, according to several pharma blogs those innocent times are coming to and end.
Most of Rhode Island is suffering from public service cuts in the wake of the Governor and the Democratic Leadership’s budget. For instance, RIPTA’s budget is 12 million in the red. This has the RIPTA board scrambling to make up the difference through service cuts and
Providence Business News reports big cuts to wages and health care in the Laborers’ International Union of North American Local 1033’s–the biggest union in town–new contract with the city. Remember, lower wages and inaccessible health care for union workers means lower wages and inaccessible health care for
Off Shore Drilling in the Alaskan wildlife preserve–it’s a bad idea. It’s not a short term fix, because we won’t see an effect on oil prices for another 5 to 10 and as long as were looking at long term solutions why don’t we, you
July 19th marked the most recent performance in the Port Huron Project, brainchild of Brown professor Mark Tribe. At the library of UC San Diego, an actor performed a famous antiwar speech by Chicano labor leader César Chávez (right): On May 2, 1971, about 200
Chris Nolan’s latest iteration of Batman that debuted this weekend is breaking records at the box office and receiving high praise all around. While I really enjoyed the film and am glad its doing so well, I’ve got some problems with it that go beyond
A new job idea for those in search of work: find a job in the booming rehabilitation industry for baby sealions.
An update for Dave’s coverage of last night’s immigration raids that took janitors across the state–RI Jobs with Justice and others are holding a press conference in about half an hour to respond to last night’s events: Last night ICE detained 31 people as they