Archive For May 29, 2019

ALEXANDRA BELIAKOVICH RECITAL

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ALEXANDRA BELIAKOVICH RECITAL

WOMR Presents Alexandra Beliakovich Renowned pianist to perform in a recital to benefit community radio station   Provincetown, MA, – Alexandra Beliakovich will perform at the Wellfleet Congregational Church in Saturday, June 15, at 7:30 pm in a recital to benefit WOMR, featuring music by Bach, Schubert, Granados, Bartok, and Khosrowpour, the community radio station announced…

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SNACK BARS AND BOOGIE BOARDS

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SNACK BARS AND BOOGIE BOARDS

FROM OFFERING NEW SNACK BAR CHOICES TO BOOGIE BOARD RENTALS, DEM IS READY FOR THE 2019 BEACH SEASON   DEM is encouraging residents to buy their state beach pass online or in advance so they can “beach more, wait less.”   PROVIDENCE – From a more expansive menu at six state beaches (East Matunuck, Misquamicut, Roger Wheeler,…

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ATTLEBORO: ANNUAL PRIDE FLAG RAISING

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ATTLEBORO: ANNUAL PRIDE FLAG RAISING

The City of Attleboro Council on Human Rights Mark Year Two of Civic Engagement   Council Will Support Mayor’s Second Annual Pride Flag Raising on June 1st at City Hall   ATTLEBORO, MA – Attleboro’s revived Council on Human Rights has had a busy year of activity and once again supporting the Mayor’s flag raising event…

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“NATIONAL 529 DAY”

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“NATIONAL 529 DAY”

Treasurer Magaziner: Babies born in Rhode Island on May 29 will receive $529 for education savings for ‘National 529 Day’ SETH MAGAZINER Babies born or adopted on May 29, 2019 in R.I. will receive $529 to start saving and promote awareness of the state’s 529 program   PROVIDENCE, R.I. —  Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner,…

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PROVINCETOWN: WOMR COMPLETES CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

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PROVINCETOWN: WOMR COMPLETES CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

WOMR Awarded Grant to Complete Capital Campaign Grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council will enable community radio station to complete its capital campaign Provincetown, MA, –  The Mass Cultural Council grant of $95,000 awarded this week brings WOMR to its capital campaign goal of $300,000, the community radio station announced on May 22, 2019.   Phase One of…

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WAM: SUMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS

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WAM: SUMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS

The Worcester Art Museum Announces a Full Slate of Summer Public Programming New programs this summer include “Drill Like a Medieval Soldier” and Art Garden at WAM  Worcester, MA — The Worcester Art Museum (WAM) today announced a full slate of summer public programs, designed to engage visitors with art both in and outside the Museum. From…

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LTE: SPECIAL OLYMPICS AT URI

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LTE: SPECIAL OLYMPICS AT URI

Special Olympics State Summer Games are on May 31, June 1 & 2 at URI     Special Olympics Rhode Island is gearing up to celebrate our 51st Annual  State Summer Games to be held at the University of Rhode Island on May 31, June 1 & 2, 2019.  The State Summer Games is Special…

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OP-ED: BIG TECH KILLING JOURNALISM

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OP-ED: BIG TECH KILLING JOURNALISM

Reporters: Big Tech is Slowly Killing Journalism WASHINGTON – A movement is growing to try to save the news business by reining in the power of tech giants Google and Facebook, which together control 60% of digital advertising. Watchdog groups accuse the companies of profiting off the work of journalists while undercutting the ad revenue…

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