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The Newport Yachting Center has been rebranded as The Bohlin, a wedding and social-event host that is "very classically Newport," said Marie Cuccia, owner Newport Harbor Corp.'s director of sales Interest in the downtown venue has only … more
State officials say tourism activity is on the rise in Rhode Island, touting year-over-year growth in hotel and website activity, which they attribute in part to the state's new marketing strategy to draw more visitors here. Looking at … more
Everyone can be a reviewer these days. Post online or through social media a thought, a word of praise – or criticism – about an experience while dining out, and it becomes a widely read and heeded review. The professionals on both … more
1As the first Rhode Island "food chief," what do you hope to accomplish? My primary objective is to work with partners to develop the state's first comprehensive food plan. Myriad organizations are doing amazing work in the local food … more
On July 1, North Attleboro became a little bit more rock 'n' roll. On that day, Joey Kramer's Rockin' & Roastin' Café, the first such establishment by the Aerosmith drummer, held its grand opening. The venture was a joint project between … more
When Bruce Atwell, Mike Kennedy and Michael Spremulli acquired Captain Cruise & Crew Travel in July 2005, they agreed to focus on old-school customer service. "There are always things about other businesses that you don't like," Spremulli … more
The offerings at the nonprofit Barrington Community School run the gamut from the fundamental, to the fantastic to the foreign. They include learning conversational Spanish, how to make Ukranian pysanky eggs for the holidays, and trips to Costa … more
What started as a part-time hobby roasting coffee that allowed Brian D. Dwiggins to make a little extra money, has grown into a full-fledged company that's opening a new shop in East Providence. Borealis Coffee Co., owned and operated by … more
"Think of it as an internship," said chef Lou E. Perella. He and his wife, Laura, a pastry chef, are leaving a home where they have just settled in at their family's restaurant, Perella's Ristorante in Warren, to have the cooking adventure of a … more
Exhibit Most Recent of why the General Assembly is as likely to do more harm than good is proposed legislation relating to worker scheduling by employers. The heart of the issue is the increasing variability and short notice of changes of … more
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