As a Providence native, sometimes it’s easy to take for granted all of the unique experiences that our historic city has to offer. You become so accustomed to the quirk and creativity in your everyday life that it becomes a part of your standard. Then a fresh set of eyes instantly reminds you of how “different” our culture is and how lucky we are to call this place home. In Architectural Digest’s latest roundup post “5 Places Art and Design Lovers Should Visit in June 2019“, Providence joins the ranks of world-renowned cities such as Florence and Basel for offering world-class art and design – a recognition that underscores the influential culture we have built and nurtured for so long as loyal Providence residents.
One of the things that make us proud to live in Providence is how much our citizens care for one another. Providence is home to some of the most active charities that provide support, resources, and opportunities for the less fortunate. The holiday season is a wonderful time to get involved with some of these incredible organizations. Here are just some of our favorite charities around the city to consider supporting this year: [Read more…]
Downtown Providence, also known as Downcity, is the economic and cultural hub of the city. In this post-industrial neighborhood, you will find the most delicious restaurants, gorgeous historic landmarks, and a thriving arts community. It’s an ideal place to live, work, and play where there are always great events and new places to explore. Here are fifteen of our favorite Downtown Providence spots to check out: [Read more…]
Rhode Island has always been famous for its rich history, stunning scenic beauty, and unique New England charm. While it’s not difficult to find a fun everyday activity, it’s also worth taking a few seconds to review some of the more seasonal activities in the area.
As fall rolls in, Rhode Island fills up with great Autumn activities and events. The natural beauty of the leaves is everywhere, and you’ll be able to take the family to haunted houses, apple picking, and much more. In fact, the fall activities here are one reason why so many people decide to actually buy a home in the area – it’s a season that can be filled with memories every single year. [Read more…]
As we enter the last days of summer, you should consider making the most of your remaining time before Fall begins. There are only a few more months before the weather gets cold, so it’s a great idea to head outdoors and enjoy the warmth. Here are some ideas for what to do in Rhode Island before summer ends: [Read more…]