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Maria Tocco is founder and market manager of Providence Flea LLC, a weekly outdoor marketplace where crafts makers and collectors show and sell their juried wares to treasure hunters, up-cyclers and collectors of vintage and repurposed goods. In … more
The idea that clients are looking for pieces to last a lifetime drives the design behind the leather wallets, bags, briefcases and general accessories handcrafted by Lotuff Leather. "Our clients are looking for slow fashion, not fast … more
A business logo is just a part of a company's marketing and branding effort, but in an increasingly digital and visual society, it can be as important as the company name. Artistic directors and marketing companies that specialize in logo … more
Giving back to the community is the most heartwarming, gratifying job. For me, it led initially to volunteering at the Courthouse Center for the Arts, which was followed by a position on the board of directors, and today I am its executive director. more
Research: Providence Business News/Nicole Dotzenrod; Photography: Michael Salerno; Map: PBN/Lisa Lagreca more
Dr. Amity Rubeor, a board-certified sports medicine physician, practices at Care New England Medical Group Sports Medicine East Greenwich, formerly Affinity Sports Medicine. more
Local teachers and staff at the Chariho Regional School District, Narragansett School District, South Kingstown School Department and Westerly Public Schools, as well as Stonington Public Schools in Stonington, Conn., received 12 Westerly Community Credit Union Teacher Grant awards totaling more than $5,000. more
MICHAEL GLOOR, owner of Gloor Design, recently won the Marc Harrison Award for Marketing Excellence at the 21st Annual New England Fine Furnishings Show. Judges selected Gloor Design for its bright, inviting booth space. Marc Harrison was a … more
Alt-Comic Con was hosted by the Providence Community Library on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Mount Pleasant Library, as an opportunity for children and teenagers to rejoice in the excitement surrounding the R.I. Comic Con. more
This year’s 11th annual Iron Pour fundraiser brought in more than $30,000, the most the event has ever netted. Funds will go to support Steel Yard programs like the Weld to Work job training program, artist residencies and open enrollment class scholarships. more
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