Wesli Dymoke

Wesli, or someone like her, is a freelance writer, editor, and researcher; founder and executive director of Providence Community Radio; and senior editor of The Agenda; the crackling narrative talent behind such stirring sagas as "A Fare Choice: How Rhode Island Can Invest in Public Transit and Energy Independence." She is also an amateur novelist with several incomplete crappy works, and is Rhode Island coordinator for National Novel Writing Month. She's an acceptable singer, a forgivable cook, and a truly awful bassist, with a taste in alcohol beyond her means and a mean addiction to coffee. She dresses like every day is laundry day, and can often be found taking up valuable space and bogarting AS220's only power outlet.

Dan White for Fox Prov’s ‘Rhode Show’ – voting ends tonight!

Local Friend Could Host TV News With Your Help Voting Ends TODAY – PASS ON LINK TO ANYONE with HEART+SOUL – Anyone can vote http://www.wpri.com/generic/entertainment/ent_other_3/the_rhode_show Fox Providence has put together a show dedicated to local content, choosing the host based on a contest. The host could be: Miss Rhode Island; a DJ from Boston; a […]

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Now The Hard Part

Comment voulez-vous gouverner un pays qui a deux cent quarante-six variétés de fromage? Charles de Gaulle’s plaintive question — “How does one govern a country which has two hundred and forty-six varieties of cheese?” — is well considered in this time. History is painted heavy with the woeful tales of shattered nations. Yet while we

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An Insolvent Truth

A documentary backed by Warren Buffett and Pete Peterson warns of the impending collapse of the federal finance system, weighed down by a staggering $53 trillion of debt, exacerbated by enormous and growing trade deficits and shrinking industrial capacity, and undercut by ballooning taxpayer credit failure. I.O.U.S.A. débuts tonight in 358 cinemas nationwide, including Showcase

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YouTube is the next NetFlix

As students start dragging their beach-burned, hungover asses back to college in our little seven-school town, here’s an oldie (like, at least a year old!) but goodie, to remind ourselves, while our parking spaces and peace of mind disappear, why we love them — and their money — so much. The Hipster Olympics: [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAO4EVMlpwM]

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