The ninth annual Aquidneck Island Relay for Life, benefiting the American Cancer Society, is taking place this weekend, and the passion of the event's chair is
In 1957 The Kingston Trio took the music scene by storm and emerged as one of the most popular American folk bands of its time. Now, they’re back and
Rhode Island boxer, Vladine "Mr. Providence" Biosse is headed back into the ring at Twin River for a night of great entertainment. Mr. Providence, will take on
There's a heart-thumping, drum-driven show making its way back to Providence- and it's a show that will get audiences going with its energetic rhythm.
A documentary on WaterFire Providence is showing tonight at The Jane Pickens Theatre in Newport.
Relay For Life is the largest cancer-fighting movement in the world. Communities across Rhode Island can gather together to support this cause be attending one
Farm Fresh Rhode Island is promoting its annual summer farmers markets that are held throughout the Ocean State.
There's a great way to support Meeting Street that the whole family can get involved with.
Barrington Books is celebrating Children's Book Week, a national literacy week dedicated to children's books, with exciting events for the youngest readers on
A fun, cool jazz festival is coming to the capital city for the second consecutive year, and the VP of the Providence Rotary joined The Rhode Show to talk
Thanks to a lot of helping hands, the South County beaches have almost fully recovered from the damage brought on by Superstorm Sandy.
Thousands of people plan to line the shores of Misquamicut State Beach on May 17 to kick off the summer season and welcome people back to an area that was
On Saturday, many Americans will celebrate Armed Forces Day to pay tribute to the men and women who serve our country. Happening locally is an enjoyable event
The 2nd annual “Yam Jam” at Twin River is anticipating a large crowd this year. The event is put on by The Domenic A. Izzi Jr. Foundation for Young Aspiring
The Garage is a private-sector-led economic development event that will be held on Tuesday, May 14 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. The event is designed
Providence Monthly decided to ignore baseball, soccer and other traditional sports for their May issue; instead, they focused on alternative sports such as