Updated February 25 at 6:36pm
Arts
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Gallery Night, a monthly series of walking tours and artist appreciation events hosted by the Newport Gallery Organization, returned on May 12 at Bailey Fine Art and will continue every first Thursday of the month until October, weather permitting. more
Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy medieval role-playing game, was inducted Thursday into the National Toy Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the The Strong’s National Museum of Play in Rochester, N.Y. more
Opting for more online viewing, Johnson & Wales University announced Thursday that its Culinary Arts Museum will close to the public as of Feb. 27. more
In continued celebration of its 35th anniversary, and as part of their monthly film series, the Rhode Island International Film Festival showed four movies around the theme of “films with a heart” at the Second Stage Studio in Cumberland on Thursday. more
Two Bristol County cities made a list of the 10 most boring communities in Massachusetts. more
Providence is one of the best places to spend a weekend. more
Rhode Island School of Design has one of the best graphic design bachelor's degree programs in the country, according to College Choice. more
Writer William Cohan will talk with hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman and director Ted Braun following a screening of Braun’s documentary, “Betting on Zero,” which is about Ackman’s crusade against Herbalife, tonight on the lawn of Ochre Court. more
Rhode Island Latino Arts, in conjunction with Trinity Repertory Company, announced a new summer program, Shakespeare en el Verano (Shakespeare in the Summer), a set of bilingual, Spanish-English productions of Shakespearean plays which will tour Providence from July 9-23. more
The public is invited to view a collection of Brattleboro, Vt.-based ceramic sculptor Stephen Procter’s works during Art & Wine walks hosted later this month at Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum. more
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