(8.22) Tickets are still available for the upcoming CD1 Special Election Candidate Forum to be held Tuesday at Rhode Island College. The forum will be broadcast live on The Public’s Radio as well as live-streamed online at both The Public’s Radio and the ProJo. Rhode Island PBS will air the recorded forum at a later […]
For someone who spent three years looking for Stephen Hopkins’ grave, this is excellent news. The first of six signs aimed at educating and assisting visitors to the North Burial Ground (NBG) was unveiled Saturday. This first sign, with text and map, is located next to the marble steps entrance across from the National Guard
Artists, non-profit organizations, schools — don’t let the October 1st deadline pass you by. Individual artists program director Christina DiChiera at the Rhode Island State Council of the Arts (RISCA) sends the details. Project grants to individuals: Available to artists who are Rhode Island residents and do not require a non-profit 501(c)3 umbrella. Through Project
An educator at RIC for nearly 40 years, John deMelim was an integral force in the creation of the college’s art department with an art major and a Bachelor of Arts degree. For several years every student attending RIC was required to take his class “Visual Arts in Society,” the only art class the college
Laugh out loud as you and your friends play improv comedy games with ‘Bring Your Own Improv’. BYOI’s unique audience-participation show gets you up on stage and makes you the star. No experience necessary.You must be at least 18 years old. $5, Wednesdays at 9pm, Fridays at 11pm, The Spot, 286 Thayer Street.
I’m feeling pretty pooped out on politics right now, but if you’re not, there’s some big stuff going on: Ted Kennedy, in support of Barack Obama, at URI at 12:30 today. (Remember to ask him why he’s trying to kill Cape Wind.) The Guild Follies, tonight at 7pm Barack Obama, on Saturday at noon, at