I can’t believe I haven’t found the time to post re: the ceiling collapse at Black Rep, but now that we’re opening our doors again tonight for Latin Jazz & Salsa, I think it is finally appropriate to lay the cards on the table and dispel any last remaining rumors. From Artistic/Executive Director Donald W. […]
Friday, December 7th – Providence City Arts 10th Annual All That Glitters Gala 10th Anniversary Celebration and Online Auction! Music by Eight to the Bar…Fine Foods by Freakin’ Nana’s…..Silent and Live Auction…Entertainment Galore with Ten 31 Productions and Big Nazo!!! Held at the American Locomotive Works 555 Valley St. Join the auction fun and online
In culinary terms, the amuse bouche refers to the tiny bite-sized morsel that precedes the first course, an introduction of the chef and preview of the meal to come. Amuse My Bouche refers to the food column that you find here on Providence Daily Dose, promising local restaurant reviews, Providence food&bev industry gossip, and general
Fashion is commonly thought of as a guilty indulgence, but this Friday, November 30th, at 7pm in RISD’s Metcalf Dining Hall (30 Waterman Street), you can enjoy some beautiful and unique designs while supporting a good cause. Project Apron: Fighting Hunger With Fashion, hosted by RISD Dining, will raise funds to fill the shelves at
Dear Readers, We recieved this very urgent email in our tipbox this morning. I cannot underestimate the seriousness of Ms. Kojo’s plight. We, as a compassionate city must band together to lend help where we can, so what we need to do is open a bank account…well, I’ll just let you read the whole letter:
Join YUGA in our second annual Move to Stop AIDS Dance-A-Thon! We are raising awareness about the fact that there are 40 million people in this world living with HIV/AIDS and millions more affected by it. Friday, November 30th, 2007 Firehouse 13 41 Central Street Providence, RI 02907 7:00 PM – 1:00 AM There will
The Fox Point Community Garden will be holding its first fundraiser on December 3rd from 7-10 PM at the Portuguese Sporting Club at 92 Gano St. The garden just finished up its second season, with 120 plots tended by hundreds of people. And thousands of butterflies. There’ll be music and food and auctions and such.