Kids

Week Of Events At Children’s Museum

(12.31) No credible sleddable snow? Xbox still a bit hacky? Head over to the Children’s Museum where they have events planned all week, including Rolie Polie Guacamole (shades of Squiggleman) with two shows on Tuesday, December 30th at 1pm and 2pm. This spirited trio [I count either two or four. BC] from Brooklyn, NY entertains […]

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WBNA Block Party 2012 — June 30, Harrison Street

Come out for the West Broadway Neighborhood Association‘s third annual neighborhood Block Party! The beautiful and talented Miss Wensday will emcee the event this year. Mingle with old friends and neighbors, make new friends and meet new neighbors, or come on over to visit the neighborhood and see why so many people think the WestSide is the

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Toddler’s Wheelchair Stolen, Insurance Won’t Cover Replacement

In “Oh my God this world is going to hell in a handbasket” news, some rassafrassing so-and-so has stolen the wheelchair belonging to a special needs three-year old on the south side. The ProJo reports that on Monday morning, the boy’s brother brought the chair out to the sidewalk on Congress Avenue, then went inside

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Where’s Elisabeth Shue When You Need Her?

Swansea parents might want to think again next time they try to attend a town meeting with kids in tow:  the South Coast Herald reports that they won’t be allowed inside. April Sousa wasn’t allowed inside a special town meeting on Monday, because she couldn’t find a sitter and made the grievous error of bringing

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Festival Ballet Providence’s NUTCRACKER

Attention all art lovers — please help support ‘Festival Ballet Providence’ by attending The Nutcracker this holiday season. As the economy continues to falter, it is more important than ever to support local non-profit arts organizations — especially those whose performers depend on audience support for their livelihood. Art and culture serve as the foundation

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