Beth Comery

Education and professional experience/science and the law. Likes metal.

WBNA Garden Stroll

(6.22) The West Broadway Neighbors Association (WBNA) will be holding their annual self-guided Garden Stroll this Saturday. I recently stopped by to visit with my friend Karen on Harrison Avenue for some photos. Unfortunately, the daylilies had just passed, while the rest of the garden has been timed to wait for Saturday’s event, but this

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‘Taste Of Juneteenth’ — Farm Fresh

(6.19) Head over to Farm Fresh Wednesday afternoon to celebrate and experience the culinary heritage of the African diaspora, including the American south, Haiti, and Jamaica. Gail Ciampa writes in the ProJo: The more than two dozen local vendors will include the Empanada Assassin, with her primarily gluten-free empanadas; Ja Patty, with their Jamaican patties

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World’s Fair Gallery ‘Atlantis’

The World’s Fair Gallery will host an opening reception Thursday evening for “Atlantis,” the new exhibition up now through August 16th. “Atlantis” features Cyanotypes by Brett Day Windham, handblown glass by Eva Goodman, and ceramics by Salt Slip Pottery. More about the artists here. Born in Cambridge, England, and raised in Providence, Brett Day Windham

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Sinclair Broadcasting Pushing Right Wing Narrative

Local television is really powerful, particularly within the older cohort of voters who still watch the local news every day. But now, just tuning in to their trusted local newsreaders for weather, sports, and traffic, may be leaving them vulnerable to the subtle drip of right wing propaganda. The problems with Sinclair Broadcast Group became

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‘The Avenue Concept’ Celebrates Ten Years

(6.8) Head down to Davol Square this Saturday for TAC TEN+, a public art party and fundraiser celebrating founder Yarrow Thorne (and his transition from the role of executive director). Organizers promise an evening of graffiti, sculpture and mural pop-up installations with guest artists, as well as cocktails, mocktails, and food from Troop. Mr. Thorne’s

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