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Budget Book’s Cover Makes Case Against Governor’s Budget

The State Council on the Arts has put out this press release, gently noting the irony of housing the elimination of RISCA’s grants program in a book that’s adorned by a beautiful painting (really striking in person) that recently won the top prize at RISCA’s

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3rd Annual Skate Deck Art Show — The Hive

One business that seems to have made a go of it in Hope Artiste Village is the Hive. Proprietor and tattoo artist, Kevin Bledsoe, has managed to kept things running even through those lonely pre-farmers days and the generally crappy economy. Also, the whole tattoo

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Bridge Out

The deck of the Wickenden Street overpass is disappearing and it feels much lighter now. (Um, is this guy using a camera or . . . looking through binoculars?) More views after the jump.

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IDSA RI: Professionals’ Night At Trinity

The Industrial Designers Society of America, Rhode Island chapter is hosting the first of this year’s series of Professionals’ Nights. This month, Professionals’ Night will be held at the Trinity Brewhouse. A drawing will be done and the winner will receive a $25 gift certificate

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Joe Danella — Outsider Artist

Just about everyone who stops by Joe’s business asks the big question. . . how did it all happen?  Joe’s mom will tell you it all started with a childhood passion, and a couple of old fruit boxes. For years Joe owned and ran a small antique shop, Joe’s Quality

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Elementary My Dear Walrus — A Mystery Play

The Manton Avenue Project presents: “Elementary, My Dear Walrus! — A Mystery Play”, a full-length play written collaboratively by amazing MAP kids, and acted and directed by a team of talented adult theater artists. Tickets are free but reservations are encouraged. Friday, January 29th at

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The End Of An Era

Demolition of the Wickenden Street overpass starts tonight at 6:30pm. RIDOT has indicated that the noisy jackhammer portion of the program will cease at a reasonable time in the evening so nearby residents can go nawny. A profile of artist Brent Bachelder, who began the