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Ask Eno: The Smallest Wine Region

Dear Eno, What is the smallest wine region in the world? -Just Curious           Dear JC, The smallest wine region in the world is Belgium, believe it or not!  With a grand total of 185 hectares under vine with about 90 growers cultivating.   Though it’s a very small area under vine,…

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Future Mondays at Aurora: 4.17.17

Each and every Monday, a dazzling array of artists and musicians will grace the Aurora stage to enact a performance which will benefit an organization selected as the chosen beneficiary of the month. APRIL WILL BENEFIT: HIGHER GROUND INTERNATIONAL Higher Ground International is a vibrant and dynamic 501(c)3 NGO dedicated to restoring dignity, empowering lives, and keeping…

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Spicy Ritas with Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails

Little Bitte specializes in cocktail recipes featuring small batch & artisanal liqueurs, house bitters, fresh-squeezed juices & edible blossoms. They will be mixing us some very pleasing cocktails at #tacofestpvd17! One drink offered will be their signature Spicy Rita, the recipe of which is revealed here so you can take a shot at it at home….

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Taco Fest Guide

Taco Fest is fast approaching– here’s what you need to know to make the most of this spring block party. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC #tacofestpvd17 will be taking over Westminster street, from Eddy Street to Mathewson Street, packed wall to wall (or curb to curb?) with only the best in local…

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Welcome To The Neighborhood: a Pop-Up Gallery Show

You may have noticed some movement over at 65 Washington Street. An art collective called Fr-iends is staging a pop-up gallery for a show entitled Welcome to the neighborhood. Fr-iends is a migratory platform for sharing contemporary art from emerging artists. Directed by Jake Sillen and Lee Pivnik, the group blends traditional exhibition models to exist somewhere…

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Custom Furniture at New Greek Restaurant, Kleos

  In anticipation of the imminent open of Kleos on Westminster Street, we had a chance to learn more about their plans for custom furniture to fill the bright and airy dining room. Kleos will be working with the local wood-workers at Lorimer Studio to build custom booths, benches, and tables.  Their dedication to craftsmanship and sustainability…

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RI Red Food Tour

The weather is finally turning, and we’re excited about the Rhode Island Red Food Tours that are on the docket this year! The three-hour walking tour supports the locally operated eateries and the community, promotes the tasting of fresh local foods, and provides a unique opportunity to explore the evolving culinary landscape of Rhode Island…

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Ask Eno: Kosher

Dear Eno, How is Kosher wine different than other wine? – Deena          Dear Deena, Good question considering that Passover is fast approaching! Kosher wines are made like other wines with some extra rules.  To be Kosher a wine must be: * made under the supervision of a Rabbi with only winery…

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Future Mondays at Aurora: 4.10.17

Each and every Monday, a dazzling array of artists and musicians will grace the Aurora stage to enact a performance which will benefit an organization selected as the chosen beneficiary of the month. APRIL WILL BENEFIT: HIGHER GROUND INTERNATIONAL Higher Ground International is a vibrant and dynamic 501(c)3 NGO dedicated to restoring dignity, empowering lives, and keeping…

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