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LEADING LADIES 2024

Meet the Leading Ladies of 2024

LEADING LADIES 2024
Local legend Peter Pan and Rhode Island Surf Co. owner Walle Hutton dive into the ins and outs of East Coast surfing
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A dinner service pop-up takes up permanent residence at a Jamestown bakery
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A family-owned mainstay since 1977, this beloved restaurant serves up American classics with local influence
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Field of Artisan founders stretch their creativity to embrace foodie celebrations in a unique cafe concept
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Summer’s hottest tickets are at a historic barn bursting with Broadway talent
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Pamper the moms in your life with diner-style breakfast, authentic Indian fare, or water views
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Food businesses, from makers to restaurateurs, find their stride with support from a commissary kitchen
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Mexican-inspired dish, plus restaurants to take the fiesta out on the town
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A tour of South County’s highly anticipated seaside eatery
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Make late-spring holidays special with personalized wine and liquor recs from a family-owned store
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Protected land in North Kingstown means healthier ecosystems for wildlife and humans
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Flowers, fanfare, and fancy hats are part of the rain-or-shine plan in Kingston
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Hey Rhody Media Co. Takes First Place Awards in Design, Writing; Publisher Barry Fain Inducted into Journalism Hall of Fame

Each year, writers, editors, designers, photographers, and publishers step away from their desks to celebrate local journalism at the Rhode Island Press Association (RIPA) awards banquet. This …

Clear Cocktails Capture Summer Essences at Marcelino’s Boutique Bar

Past the dimly lit, gilded bar area buzzing with the din of shakers clattering, beyond the low chatter drifting from intimate seating nooks, there’s a nondescript doorway in the back …

Reclaimed Wood Trolls are South County’s Newest Tourist Attraction

Danish sculptor Thomas Dambo brings “waste no more” message and enormous sculptures to Charlestown

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