This holiday season relies on creativity, bundling up, and thinking outside the box
In the higher-priced coastal areas, more people are facing housing insecurity, turning to temporary assistance, shelter beds, motel stays, and friends’ couches to keep a roof overhead. Some fear the situation could get worse.
As you’re making your list and checking it twice, make sure to grab a special something for your pet
The SKLT raises funds for new facilities to expand community engagement
What’s so special about a handmade gift? Well, for starters you probably didn’t pick it up as part of a shopping errand that included loading a cart with a box of cereal, a tube of …
Grab the plaid and channel cozy vibes around the fire
A peek inside a stunning Hill & Harbor District house
New catering business brings a taste of nostalgia to any gathering
From pizza to poutine, Dan’s Place serves up comfort food right when we need it most
Be transported to Middle Earth for a special evening of whimsy and whiskey
Here are events that were confirmed as we wrapped up this issue a few weeks ago. Always be sure to check websites and social media for updates, and your local Chamber of Commerce for new events being added. Wear a mask and we wish you a happy and healthy holiday season!
Once you’re back inside, this round-up of cozy fun offers ways to keep traditions going and perhaps start some new ones.
This assortment of unique things to do is sure to get you out of those yoga pants and pajama bottoms. Some require reservations so be sure to plan ahead.
The seaside town transforms for Christmastime with shopping, tradition, and no shortage of cheer
These restaurants and food makers around the state prepare holiday meals for your small gatherings
This year’s annual holiday art show pivots to an online format to showcase local makers
South Kingstown is building a seawall to protect Matunuck Beach Road from rapid erosion made worse by climate change. But just around the corner lurks a more complicated threat to this coastal community. In 30 years, South Kingstown predicts more than 300 homes will be isolated from the main roads by flooding.