Sierra Barter, Co-Founder of The Lady Project, stopped by “The Rhode Show” on Monday morning to talk about the upcoming Gala.
Last year, more than 45,000 organizations in 71 countries came together to celebrate #GivingTuesdayCRIChallenge. Since its founding in 2012,…
Roger Williams Park Zoo’s Dr. Jeremy Goodman, PJ Jones and Vector the service dog, discuss the Canine Companions for Independence program
Brendan Kirby was live in Providence all morning with a preview of the annual event.
Twin River’s Megan McGuinness shares this month’s hot happenings
Barbershop harmony returns to its Providence roots
Kim A.Snyder (Director/Producer) and Maria Cuomo Cole (Producer) discuss their film Newton
Sarah Francis of Rhode Island Monthly discusses their November cover story; “The Ultimate Guide to Pizza!”
Ed Medeiros, CEO, and Dana Sroka, Charitable Events Coordinator of East Commerce Solutions, Inc. discuss their upcoming Annual Turkey Run
BODY WORLDS Vital celebrates the potential of the human body and the body in motion.
There will be grape stomping, a pie-eating contest, live music, and of course – lots of wine.
The events kick off Saturday, October 29 at 7:30pm.
The Rhode Show checks out a local farm to learn more about some fall festivities.
Boy Scouts are helping fight hunger in Rhode Island.
From November 3-4, historic preservation will be examined to show why it is important to Providence and the rest of the state.
Always Adopt founder Louise Anderson Nicolosi discusses the upcoming event in Matunuck.
Debbie Pearl brings in some of the dogs and discusses the importance of her organization, Dream Fetchers.
The Rhode Show crew heads to Jaswell’s Farm in Smithfield to pick some fresh apples and pumpkins.
The annual runway fashion show supports the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Mai Donohue discusses her book CROSSING THE BAMBOO BRIDGE: Memoirs of a Bad Luck Girl, her inspirational life-story of poverty, rebellion, a…
Neil Steinberg, President and CEO of Rhode Island Foundation, discusses Roger Williams and how you can apply for scholarships in his honor.
Seaview Transportation Company offers a vintage dining and travel experience for everyone.
Director of A Christmas Carol, James Dean Palmer, and NiRoPe, Nick, Ron and Pete Cardi, discuss this year’s production
Pastor Michael Caparrelli of Sacred Exchange Fellowship and Daniel Crenca- Sponsor, discuss “Providence” the play
This signature event helps to raise the necessary funds to continue to provide year-round sports opportunities for the athletes.