A few events coming up this weekend to celebrate the Holidays
In 2013, the Providence Redevelopment Agency dedicated $150,000 for the City’s first tactical urbanism program, PopUp Providence, to be allocated in $50,000 increments over a period of three years. For its inaugural year, the PRA coordinated with the City’s Planning Department and several community organizations to implement a variety of “demonstration” projects.
Bay Bridge lights, baby boom housing crash, the two Amtraks and more in today’s News & Notes.
Each year, A Better World by Design brings a global community of innovators to Providence, Rhode Island to reach across disciplines and unite under a common goal: building a better world. Internationally acclaimed and led completely by students, ABWxD creates a multidisciplinary community; engineers, architects, industrial designers, graphic designers, educators, and many others come together to discuss their work and …
A selection of photos readers have recently shared in our Flickr Group: Photo © Armadillo Commander Photo © Ken Zirkel
A selection of photos readers have recently shared in our Flickr Group: Photo © h ssan Photo © M4D1
It’s nearly time for the return of Burnside Park beer gardens, outdoor evening concerts and storytime mornings—along with a host of new programs starting this summer! On June 23rd, 2012 Greater Kennedy Plaza and the Department of Art, Culture + Tourism are kicking off the summer season with the 1st Annual Summer Solstice Celebration On the Plaza! A FREE, all-day …
Great video projection on the Sydney Opera House. Via: The Atlantic Cities
Naming rights, summer of code, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Find out what those pencil billboards in the Jewelry District are all about.
The Providence Art Festival is Saturday, June 4th on Westminster Street, Downcity.
Food trucks, bike parking, silverman, and more in today’s photos from our Flickr Group.
In conjunction with the Providence 375 celebrations, the Department of Art, Culture + Tourism is having a video contest.
Brown University, Valley Street, Banksy-esque graffiti, and more from our Flickr Group.
Remember Silverman, or tin man, or whatever he was called. He had been floating around in the river for a few years now, but has been missing for a while. A reader contacted us and has solved the mystery of what happened to him: For about a month or so, the tin foil man floating in the Providence River has …
Submitted by a reader: The classic move performed by many residents of the small state. Its a small state with a lot of ocean, but there is plenty of room for reckless merging. Videos by
Unfortunately, this event will not be happening. Check out the Pronk event happening at India Point Park that day. We don’t have any details on this yet, but it is sure to be a good time. Follow Wooly Fair on Facebook for more.
More photos submitted to our Flickr Group by our readers. Photo © BlueisCoool Photo (cc) provbenson2009 Photo (cc) provbenson2009 Photo © BlueisCoool If you’d like your photos featured here, join our Flickr Group and submit them.
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