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For 15 years Lisa Limer traveled the globe as a photographer for Conde Nast's Traveler magazine, covering everything from cultural issues to architecture. She left Conde Nast when it restructured in 2014 to open a luxury fabric design … more
Paul Kubiski is trying to take the complexity and expense out of the modern cocktail, making it easier for people who want a nice drink at home, not an investment in stocking a full bar. His Bootblack Brand syrup, now sold in two varieties, … more
One of the state's leading restaurant rows is enjoying a resurgence. Main Street in East Greenwich as a dining destination has been well-established since the restaurant boom started in the 1990s. There are no fewer than four new … more
The son of Hispanic immigrants, Jose Batista didn't know he wanted to be a lawyer until late in the game. "I always thought about college, but never law school. It wasn't in my vocabulary," said the South Providence native and owner of Jose … more
An aspiring entrepreneur has launched a campaign to crowdfund an “athleisure streetwear” company in Providence, designed to promote civic pride while also supporting the local startup community. more
While gluten-free products have become a dietary trend, a new Providence business, Augusta Street Kitchen, was borne of dietary necessity. After she was diagnosed with Celiac disease, owner Shanel Sinclair started cooking and baking items … more
The natural beauty of Newport and its historical structures have reappeared many times as movie settings, becoming the Jay Gatsby mansion of "The Great Gatsby" and the quirky mid-'60s small town New Penzance, of "Moonrise Kingdom." A new … more
Single-source coffee has come to Providence from the most unusual of locations: an island in the South Pacific. The country of origin, Vanuatu, inspired the name of the new coffee roaster and café on Atwells Avenue, Vanuatu Coffee Roasters. … more
The park-to-be in downtown Providence, created as part of the I-195 Redevelopment District, has yet to be named. But it already has an organization that will help raise funds for programming and events. Building Bridges Providence Inc., a … more
Johnson & Wales University Dean Emeritus Karl J. Guggenmos has launched a consulting firm, Culinary Solutions International LLC, to take advantage of his more than 50 years in the culinary field. His business venture was born out of his … more
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