More tents, morale is good, public safety and occupiers cooperating with each other. And the weather is still holding out. The gods are smiling. Occupy Providence Day Three– After Dark
1,000 people in the streets of Providence demanding justice– This is What Democracy Looks Like.
Nobel Peace Prize winner, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has strong Providence ties and was here at the State House just six months ago. Go, home girl! Rhode Island’s Nobel Connection
About 15 citizens showed up at City Hall, all supporters of resident permit parking. It was an intense two hours, or would have been if we could hear a word. The acoustics in that room are awful… Providence City Council–Overnight Permit Parking
The Paul zealots are not the first or only ones to use public property for highway banners, but why on the outside of the chain-link fence? I don’t want to die with my car wrapped in a sheet on 195. Who’s responsible for taking down this sword of Damocles? Get Ron Paul off Rt. 195
Who poisoned the water behind Centredale Manor? Terrorists? No, just some business that used the stream as a sewer and turned a green space into a Superfund site. They Dump–We Pay.
Taking it to the State House this Wednesday. Now, more than ever, we need public transit– Save RIPTA
Tough, urban bees are thriving while their country cousins die off. Is the city more healthy? Maybe. And a Rhode Island doctor is researching the ancient natural wound healing properties of honey. In a bitter week, this is…Sweet News
It’s about time. It would be so much better to buy a yearly permit than have to walk out in the sleet at midnight to move the car. Resident Permit Parking
You might think twice about reporting a crime if your address will be published in the paper. Is there no other way to report the news? I Know Where You Live
‘There’s no such thing as unskilled labor’, and those rooms don’t clean themselves. Do you ever wonder who’s pushing that linen cart? By the airport, by the State House– maximum work for minimum wage– Confessions of a Motel Maid
Hurricane season starts off with extreme weather, hailstones the size of chick peas in Providence, tornadoes in Springfield. I’ve started clicking on the NOAA site with its storm tracker. What are you seeing out the window? Tornado Watch
It can if you just remember three little words. Blame the gays. Dr. Laura Gallagher gives advice to the lovelorn whether they want it or not. Send her a check. Can This Marriage be Saved?
Robert Peabody was working a second job at United Nuclear when the sludge he was handling went critical and exposed him to a deadly dose of radiation. He died in an isolation room at Rhode Island Hospital. His family was left destitute and Charlestown was left with a Superfund site. Read more: Rhode Island’s Nuclear …
An unbiased expose of the feline agenda. Sneaking around, undermining the family, throwing up in your closet… why do we put up with them? Cat– The True Threat to Marriage
Poetry, performance, Jazz and and a chance to make the scene are happening this Sunday at RISD– free and syncopated– Langston Hughes Poetry at RISD– Sunday, February 6