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CityWalk landscape architect to open 2018 Providence Symposium

PROVIDENCE – The 2018 Providence Symposium – Preservation and Place: The Culture Landscape of Providence – will open tonight with a free lecture on...
IN THE ROUND: Panelists participate in a roundtable discussion, “The Death and Life of American Planning - Building Our Future,” during last year’s Providence Symposium. This year’s symposium, hosted by the Providence Preservation Society, will be held at various locations around the city Nov. 1-3.
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Editor’s Choice: Providence Preservation Society to hold annual Providence Symposium

EDITOR’S CHOICE PPS to hold annual Providence Symposium Nov. 1-3 PROVIDENCE PRESERVATION SOCIETY will hold its annual Providence Symposium, titled “Preservation and Place: The...

West Side house tour to focus on artists, live-work spaces

PROVIDENCE – The live-work space of artists will be the focus of the West Broadway Neighborhood Association house tour this year.Scheduled from 10 a.m....

Providence Preservation Society symposium looks at city landscapes

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Preservation Society announced it will host its 2018 Symposium: The Cultural Landscape from Nov. 1-3.In a statement, the society outlined...

R.I. Building Trades Council seeks another review of Fane tower project

PROVIDENCE – The president of the Rhode Island Building and Construction Trades Council has asked the Providence City Council president for another hearing by...
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO has signed a bill that is designed to facilitate the proposed Hope Point Tower on Parcel 42 of the I-195 Redevelopment District. / COURTESY THE FANE ORGANIZATION

With Raimondo’s signature, Hope Point Tower project continues on to Providence...

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo signed the bill passed by the General Assembly to facilitate the construction of the Hope Point Tower on...

Five Questions With: Rachel Robinson

Rachel Robinson joined the Providence Preservation Society as director of preservation in 2017. A Tennessee native, she is the former executive director of the...
WHETHER PROVIDENCE SHOULD have residential buildings as high as 600 feet was debated during the public comment section of the City Plan Commission meeting earlier this week, as city officials considered whether to rezone the site for Hope Point Tower. / COURTESY FANE ORGANIZATION

Providence residents divided on Fane’s Hope Point Tower

PROVIDENCE – Whether the city should have residential buildings as high as 600 feet was an undercurrent in the public comment section of the...
A COMMUNITY MEMBER has agreed to purchase the Bomes Theater at 1017 Broad St. in Providence, with an interest to renovate and reopen the building, which is owned by the city and has been vacant since 2004. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD

Potential buyer expresses interest in reopening Bomes Theater building

PROVIDENCE – A long-deteriorated architectural gem may be saved after all. The Bomes Theater, owned by the city and vacant since 2004, is under...
THE RHODE ISLAND Council for the Humanities announced 14 arts, culture and education groups from across the state would share in $136,429 in new grants. Each grant ranges in size from $5,000 to $12,000. / COURTESY RICH

Rhode Island Council for the Humanities announces $136K in grants

PROVIDENCE - Fourteen local organizations will share $136,429 in new Rhode Island Council for the Humanities grants, ranging in size from $12,000 to $5,000,...
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