Wednesday Mar 12
Pols, farmers, and worm ladies at RI's Compost Con
"It's not scrap, it's a goldmine," says Katherine Brown of the potato peels, coffee grounds, moldy bread, and other gross stuff we routinely shovel into the trash.
Letter: Turning RI's Economy Around Starts with Education
One of the keys to turning around our economy around in Rhode Island is enhancement of our educational offerings.
Gist to Attend STEM Summit in Newport
There's no question that educators are putting a lot of emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math recently.
Post and Courier
A Rhode Island surprise: Cherubs in the Architecture
Charleston conservator Frances Ford has done paint research on dozens of historic buildings and has encountered her share of surprises.
Abolitionist Fredrick Douglasss' Irish Connections Explored
The Museum of Newport Irish History announces the fourth talk in its 2013-2014 Michael F. Crowley Lecture Series, Thursday, February 27 at 6:00 p.m. at the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum, 194 Bellevue Avenue, Newport.
Hidden painting uncovered on ceiling at university
A hidden painting has been discovered on the ceiling of what was once a Newport mansion, and is now the administration building at Salve Regina University.