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Save the Bay is planning four seal tours this wekeend, with two on Saturday and two on Sunday.  Tours depart from Bowen's Wharf in Newport.   This weekend, departures are at 12 p.m. … more
The Bit Players are a fast paced and energized group of improvisation master-minds. Their high energy live shows are modeled after the hit TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”. Full of … more
  Cozy up this inter and enjoy a three-course meal accompanied by selected wine pairings at three of Newport's exquisite restaurants. This progressive stroll will last several hours along … more
Experience the winter beauty of the Doug Rayner Wildlife Refuge on guided walks in February. The refuge is located on Nockum Hill on a peninsula extending into the Barrington River and Hundred Acre … more
Narrows Center for the Arts and Bahr Gallery present the largest collection of Grateful Dead concert posters ever exhibited.   The Narrows Center is excited to share a walk back through … more
RI VegFest, the Ocean State’s only fully vegan festival, will host their annual event showcasing plant-based foods, beverages, and businesses at WaterFire Arts Center on Saturday and Sunday, … more
Come walk the trails of Caratunk in the evening, look and listen for local owls, and learn about the species that can be found in New England. Please dress for the weather, wear sturdy walking shoes, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Sue Young still remembers the date when her life was thrown upside down: Nov. 23, 2012. At the time, she was a healthy and busy 57-year-old. more
Save Saturday, March 18 on your calendar — this could only take a few minutes. The "World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade" is coming back, a year after the Kinnane brothers of … more
PORTSMOUTH — The CFP Arts Wellness Community Hall, 933 Anthony Road, is the site for two upcoming information forums on the topic of offshore wind. “Offshore Wind and the Sakonnet … more
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