Beth Comery

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

‘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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RISD Craft Fair

(6.1) The annual RISD Spring Craft Fair will be taking over two blocks of Benefit Street, between Waterman Street and Hopkins, this Saturday. Look for ceramics, furniture, fine art (2D and 3D), glass, apparel, jewelry, textiles, stationery, and paper goods. Selecting an image for these posts is always fun — the glass and ceramics are

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Beaches Open

Surfs up. Memorial Day Weekend is the official kick-off of the summer beach season and the state beaches will be opening Saturday. This means that lifeguards will be on duty, the concessions stands will be open, restrooms will be available, and you will have to pay for parking. All state beaches, except for Scarborough South

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Banding Day!

Friday was banding day — something the young peregrines do not care for at all. It’s also pretty stressful for the parents which is why all the humans wear helmets. Once again, the good folks of the Audubon Society of Rhode Island (ASRI) — along with urban wildlife photographer, Peter Green — scaled the heights

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Peregrine Update

Don’t forget to check in on the nesting box; these young peregrines (eyases) grow fast. In fact, they are now starting to crowd out the parents. From Saturday’s ASRI update: The eyases are continuously brooded for only around the first 10 days of life. Then, the eyases will huddle together until their adult feathers come

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