There are many magical months in Rhode Island but we think December is the most spirited. After Thanksgiving, the white lights, evergreen wreaths, and red ribbons are rolled out. And we can’t overlook the decked-out Christmas trees and Hanukkah menorahs lighting up
Autumn is a busy season for Rhode Islanders. With all of these great events coming up, we have a lot of planning to do. With all of the festivals, we should rename Columbus Day Weekend “Festival Weekend” in Rhode Island. There are a
Not quite winter and not quite spring (for Rhode Islanders at least), March is a month of ups and downs. Some days are cold and some days are warm. With that in mind, we’ve crafted this list of happenings to get you
Love is the air… the love of food, that is. February is a great month to be a foodie in Rhode Island. Between Valentine’s Day dinners, the Newport Burger Bender, and another Sucrée event hosted by Gracie’s, we’ve already got our foodie fill.
We don’t know about you, but we are ready for some foodie fun in the New Year! Our January Lil Rhody Round-Up includes cooking classes, Providence Restaurant week, foodie fundraisers, and some non-foodie (but still fun!) events. Jump into the New Year
Part of our planning our food tours was making sure all of the food bases were covered. That means making sure there was a good balance of sweet and savory, creative and traditional as well as casual and fine dining. When it
March is Women’s History Month. It is the perfect time to reflect on our successes and rally for progression. Rhode Island is ranked third best state for gender-equality in the United States. There is still a glass ceiling to break, but the