Student activists criticized the two proposed voluntary payment agreements between the city and non-profit educational institutions, including Brown, ...
Avani GhoshSenior Staff Writer
Mala Noodles offers self-serve noodles, soups and stir fries that feature Mala seasoning.
This past weekend, the City of Providence hosted PVDFest in collaboration with the Department of Art, Culture and Tourism and FirstWorks, a non-profit organization. The festival had performers, vendors and other events across three days at the 195 District Park.
The bill could improve access to healthcare but may increase unnecessary expenditures.
Dorothy Roberts, professor of law and sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, discussed reproductive justice issues and frameworks in a lecture hosted by the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women at a talk Wednesday evening. She discussed the history of reproductive injustice and ...
Councilors Shelley Peterson, Helen Anthony, Mary Kay Harris reflect on experiences working in politicsBy Avani Ghosh | March 24
Providence recently swore in its most diverse City Council in history.
‘Relying on each other, we can do even more’: City Council hosts event for International Women’s DayBy Avani Ghosh | March 8
On March 8, the Providence City Council hosted an event featuring local women-owned businesses, poetry and a panel discussion on how the pandemic affected the mental health of women and teen girls.
‘We stand on the shoulders of giants’: Providence City Council and City Archives host Pillars on Race eventBy Avani Ghosh | February 21
Providence exhibition recounts city’s history from 1935 to present.