Archive For July 27, 2019

CINE FRANCOPHONE

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CINE FRANCOPHONE

MoWC to Screen French Language Films for R.I. International Film Festival LUNAR ORBIT RENDEZVOUS WOONSOCKET, R.I. – The Museum of Work & Culture will host a Rhode Island International Film Festival event on Thursday, August 8, 7 pm. The MoWC will screen a collection of new and dynamic films by French language filmmakers, including: SEVEN SEAS Les Sept Mers…

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STAGES OF FREEDOM

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STAGES OF FREEDOM

Does Your Teen Sing and Act? We have a few openings left in this program. Jazz is a Rainbow is a summer performing arts program for teens. For the past 18 years we have created lasting memories and incredible shows such as: “Mr. Wonderful: The Songs of Sammy Davis, Jr.”; “The First Lady of Jazz: A…

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RI TREASURER SETH MAGAZINER

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RI TREASURER SETH MAGAZINER

Treasurer Magaziner releases comprehensive review of public debt in Rhode Island Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner today released the 2019 Rhode Island Debt Affordability Study, which provides comprehensive information on the debt, pension and post-employment liabilities of the state, municipalities and quasi-public agencies of Rhode Island.     “Rhode Island must continue its commitment to…

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TIVERTON FOUR CORNERS

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TIVERTON FOUR CORNERS

AUGUST 3 – SEPTEMBER 3 Tiverton Four Corners’ Gallery at Four presents works from the studios of 9 familiar artistic talents with WELCOME BACK, a summer gathering of gallery favorites with paintings, encaustics and sculpture. The exhibition features seascape encaustics and colorfully whimsical works on paper from Ruth Hamill, abstracts in oil on metals, board and paper from…

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TRIPLE TREAT

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TRIPLE TREAT

Triple the Fun Newport Car Museum, Rail Explorers and Newport Helicopter Tours Partner to Offer Unique Experiences at a Discount PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (July 24, 2019)  — Newport Car Museum has partnered with Rail Explorers and Newport Helicopter Tours to offer discounts for visitors who try any two or all three of these unique “experiential outings,” which are among the…

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BOSTON RANKS NUMBER ONE

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BOSTON RANKS NUMBER ONE

Boston Ranks No. 1 in National Clean-Energy Report By Jenn Stanley Commonwealth News Service BOSTON – A new report ranks Boston’s clean-energy efforts first in the nation among 75 of the largest U.S. cities. In the 2019 City Clean Energy Scorecard from the nonprofit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Boston gets a perfect score for the…

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EAST BAY BIKE PATH

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EAST BAY BIKE PATH

PROJECT REMOVING DOWNED TREE TO CLOSE SEGMENT OF EAST BAY BIKE PATH, NEAR FRANKLIN STREET IN WARREN, FOR PART OF MONDAY, JULY 29 The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising the public that a project to remove a downed tree and limb debris near the East Bay Bike Path at Franklin Street…

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RISCA: GRANTS – FELLOWSHIP

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RISCA: GRANTS – FELLOWSHIP

RISCA Announces Grants Management Fellowship Opportunity The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts announces a new Grants Management Fellowship program. This program is a career-focused, paid public-sector internship for graduate students, emerging professionals or second stage career seekers. During this 2 year program the Fellow will work on real-world projects that serve the arts…

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