My Little Town brings memories to life with all their 2017 COLLECTIBLES, including their original 2 from Benny’s, plus iconic ornaments, por…
One of Rhode Island’s oldest art associations is hosting their 47th Annual Holiday Sale between Thanksgiving and Christmas. From November 24…
A local children’s book author is out with her latest book. JM Sheridan joins us on set to talk about “French Fries in the Park” and the spe…
My Little Town’s Lisa Scotti-Johnson discusses their holiday gifts for everyone
Joe Clemente, owner of Nettie’s Kettle Corn, discusses their new location and great gift ideas
Rhode Island Foundation’s Jessica David and 2016 Rhode Island Innovation Fellowship winner Ray “Two Hawks” Watson discuss this year’s “geniu…
Jennifer Massotti, Barrington Books Manager and Tamara Valentine, Author, discuss the success of the online book club
The experts at LaSalle Bakery give us a behind the scenes look at how they make zeppoles and why they are so wildly popular.
Rebecca Keister discusses her new book “100 Things to Do in Providence Before You Die.”
Kerri Lanzieri showcases her children’s book about the University of Rhode Island mascot, Rhody.
Duke Marcoccio discusses what new creations he’s come up with for mylittletown
We’re talking with 13-year-old artist Keegan Bonds-Harmon about his young, creative mind!
Children’s book illustrator and NY Times bestseller, Christopher Denise, talks about his latest creation.
Frog & Toad showcases local artists from Riverzedge Arts Project.
We’re talking with product designer Jessica Brown of Lady J Designs on how she creates her custom plates.
You’ve likely seen some of Ian Cozzens’ art as you walk around the city of Providence. He has a love for not just the city and everything it…
William Schaff said he would rather people not know what he looks like, but instead focus on the work he’s created.
Some people may look at old skateboards and think they’re junk, but Steve Duque sees art just waiting to happen.
Owner and designer of Home State Home, Tracy Gemme, showed us her amazing work on the places we love to live across the Ocean State.
It may share a name with a popular children’s book, but what lies inside has a story all its own.
The Rhode Island Foundation is behind the state’s Buy Local RI Campaign which was launched in 2008.
If you’re still stumped on what to get Mom to show her you care, local Providence shops such as Frog and Toad may have that something specia…