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Hospitality & Tourism
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Do you like living or working in Providence? Or maybe visiting one of its many attractions or restaurants? more
Travel + Leisure is asking readers to rate their favorite cities, towns and regions for its annual “favorite places survey.” more
The state’s new tourism campaign is coming to the Blackstone Valley later this month so Rhode Islanders can continue to make it their own. more
Three days after the state’s new slogan and logo “Rhode Island: Cooler & Warmer” were unveiled, people are still up in arms, and a state representative wants a detailed explanation regarding what was spent on the tourism campaign. more
After announcing, then dropping a statewide tourism slogan, the R.I. Commerce Corp. picked up where it left off, moving forward Monday with a campaign to better define and promote the state to potential visitors. more
The New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center was awarded a $20,000 Maritime Heritage Grant to fund a 15-minute orientation film tentatively titled, “Resilience: The Story of New Bedford’s Fishing Industry.” more
Providence was named the most “up and coming city” in the annual “Best of GayCities” challenge, putting it on the “national radar,” according to the travel site. more
Summer is over but that doesn't mean the end of the tourism season in Rhode Island. The target through Thanksgiving is an older, more international group of visitors. The extension of the tourism economy into November is the result … more
As tourist season gets underway, an established Newport restaurant owned in part by one of PBN’s 10 chefs To watch under 35 is expanding to both ends of busy Thames Street and bringing a hi-tech perk with it. more
Twenty-one chefs competed to see who had the best chowder recipe at the 35th annual Great Chowder Cook-off on June 18. The event was hosted by Discover Newport and took place at Fort Adams State Park in Newport. First place in the seafood … more
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