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Review: Local 121
Local 121 isn't a locabore about their commitment to "locally harvested food and drink." The restaurant just places a list of some of their "local resources" at the bottom of their menu: Matunuck Oyster Farm, Prima Pasta, Sakonnet Vineyards, and so on.
| January 21, 2011
My usual dining companion doesn’t order shrimp anymore because she’s tired of asking where they came from.
Regional and reasonably priced
| August 29, 2007
Cicilline leads charge to replace economic development guru
Three years after Donald C. Eversley was ceremoniously introduced as the president of the Providence Economic Development Partnership, the partnership has moved to not renew Eversley’s contract.
| June 07, 2007
Lily Kerrigan was working at a tech firm in downtown Providence last summer when she wondered, "what would happen if an art happening kind of invaded its streets?"
In Providence's downtown, a wary detente between entrepreneurs and artists
| May 16, 2007
In this, the tenth annual edition of the Providence Phoenix’s “Best” issue, we highlight people and organizations who are doing exceptionally good work.
The best people, and the best organizations
PROVIDENCE PHOENIX STAFF
| April 18, 2007
AS220’s new space for artists at the Dreyfus
We sometimes hear that Providence — and Rhode Island — has the highest per-capita accumulation of artists in the country.
| February 21, 2007
Keys to the underground
In an attempt to define the Providence aesthetic, one local artist aptly offered these words: “absurd, anti-establishment, punk, fantastical, collective, animistic, mythological, found, trash.”
A primer on Providence's vibrant arts community
| August 30, 2006
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