Snowblogging: Sick Day Edition

In GC: Photos, Snow, Weather by Jef Nickerson4 Comments

Ugh, I am sick today, snowblogging will be light as I sit at home and sniffle. I’m looking out the window, when it let’s up I may try a run to Walgreen’s (if they are open) for some medication:

Readers are filling in the snowblogging gaps, submit your photos to our Flickr Group or email them to

These photos are from early this morning from reader Jim Beller:

RIPTA was running early this morning.

Matthew Coolidge added these photos to our Flickr Group this morning:




Wait... Where are we?

Terrible news out of Cranston this morning as the Edgewood Yacht Club burns down. Video from WPRI:

3 alarm fire at Edgewood Yacht Club:

Better news, Mayor Taveras has been out all night with Public Works crews Twittering and Facebooking progress. I asked him about sidewalks last night via Twitter, this was his reply:

@gcpvd Very important to get sidewalks cleaned. Big issue is plowed and shoveled snow getting dumped on sidewalks. Team is on the lookout.less than a minute ago via web

Good answer!

As I sit home and sniffle and eat Ricolas, Ted Nesi is live blogging the hell out of this storm over at WPRI, check him out.

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Jef Nickerson


Jef is Greater City Providence's co-founder, editor, and publisher. He grew up on Cape Cod and lived in Boston; Portland, Maine; and New York before settling in Providence. In addition to urbanism, Jef is interested in art, design, and ice cream. Please feel free to contact Jef if you have any question or comments about Greater City Providence.


  1. It’s always sad when a historic building is lost for whatever reason, but this one’s especially hard to swallow for me (and I think a lot of people). My parents got married there, and I spent time there as a kid. Very special place. Edgewood will not be the same at all without it.

  2. a huge blow for marine people, and cranston and the bay and preservationists with the loss of the beloved edgewood yacht club. Good friends of mine were married there and I have always loved the building. 🙁

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