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TRINITY REPERTORY CO. will offer adjusted theater performances for people on the autism spectrum or those with sensory-processing disorders for each of its 2017-2018 performances.

Trinity Rep offers ‘sensory-friendly’ performances

PROVIDENCE – Providence-based Trinity Repertory Co. will offer adjusted theater performances for people on the autism spectrum or those with sensory-processing disorders for each...
Cianci Educational Foundation

CEF announces 2017 scholarship recipients

WARWICK – A total of $25,500 in scholarships and sponsorship awards was presented by the Cianci Educational Foundation to 10 recipients at an event...
Christina Bevilacqua

Five Questions With: Christina Bevilacqua

Recently hired by the Trinity Repertory Co. as a conversationalist-in-residence, Christina Bevilacqua is a cultural curator who uses the arts and humanities to cultivate...
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE CEO Kelly Ramirez addresses the crowd during SEG’s impact-accelerator graduation and pitch event at the Davol Square offices in Providence. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

BIF, SEG providing beneficial meetup opportunities for entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship can be a lonely pursuit, especially for those who work 60 to 80 hours per week trying to bring a promising idea to...
EPIC STORIES: Seth Goldenberg, CEO of Jamestown-based Epic Decade, will present at Design Week RI. “A lot of what our work is about is being more transparent and showing business leaders how design thinking works,” he said. / COURTESY EPIC DECADE

Design Week to spotlight growing R.I. industry

Rhode Island is home to an estimated 2,000 individual designers and firms ranging in focus from graphic arts to industrial design, and as such,...
FARING BETTER: Gracie’s owner Ellen Gracyalny, right, moved the restaurant from Federal Hill to downtown Providence in 2005, finding success with the upscale American fare. /

Fresh food, ingredients spice flavor of Gracie’s

At just 26 years old, Ellen Gracyalny opened Gracie’s on Providence’s famed Federal Hill and differentiated her restaurant from the lineup of great Italian...

Washington Trust financing major Downcity project

The Washington Trust Company has provided $2.3 million for construction and permanent financing to Artist Group LLC for renovations to the Harkness Building at...

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