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Bryan Principe City Council Kickoff

Join Bryan Principe at Loie Fuller’s Restaurant on Tuesday May 18th at 5:30 in support of his campaign for City Council of District 13, representing the neighborhoods of Downtown, Federal Hill, and the West End. Bryan is a hard-working advocate for our community. He has served on the City Plan Commission for over ten years, […]

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Bryan Principe To Announce Candidacy For City Council

West Side education leader, Bryan Principe, will announce his candidacy for the Ward 13 Providence City Council seat on April 12. Principe, an education leader and public school parent, will make his announcement in front of the West Broadway Elementary School building on Bainbridge Avenue. (More info after the jump). 4:30pm, Monday, April 12, 29

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Becoming Silhouettes

Lisa Perez’s current exhibit, still even now, at the 5 Traverse Gallery is a meditative study in being and nothingness. The exhibit consists of small sculptural installations made of paper and wood. Her designs are poetic. They simplify the physical world without belittling it. Her best pieces are simultaneously microscopic and macroscopic. Organic grids and

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David Barnes Exhibit At 5 Traverse

All the news that’s fit to paint Tsunamis kill people in Bali. Car bombs kill people in Iraq. The Internet is killing newspapers. The major news networks report on these killings with state of the art sensationalism and hi-tech dehumanization. Rhode Island artist David Barnes paints this process and the result is benignly seductive. Starting

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