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Rebecca Ballhaus


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Arts & Culture

Red Stripe well worth the walk

There are few places worth a 20 minute walk in the bitter cold of a dark December night. But Red Stripe, a self-described casual fine dining spot in Providence's East Side, definitely tops the list. The best part about Red Stripe, located on Angell Street near Wayland Square, is that it has all the ...

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Metro

Shelter no more

As the Occupy movement blankets the nation, its vague but wide-ranging message has appealed to thousands, drawing in participants of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. With its sprawling encampments, where members have been handing out both food and tents to anyone interested in spending the night, ...

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Metro

RISD Provost announces resignation

Two months after receiving an overwhelming vote of "no confidence," Rhode Island School of Design Provost Jessie Shefrin announced today she will step down when her contract expires June 30 to "take a well-deserved sabbatical," according to a statement from RISD President John Maeda. She has served ...

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Metro

Forum addresses school interventions

When Shannon Hernandez' husband began working in Massachusetts this year, she decided to stay in Providence with her daughter, who is currently enrolled in kindergarten at Mary E. Fogarty Elementary School in Lower South Providence. But with the latest blow to the city's public schools — this ...

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University News

RISD abandons restructuring

Rhode Island School of Design Provost Jessie Shefrin has decided not to implement a divisional restructuring plan that triggered the faculty's "no confidence" vote in President John Maeda and the provost last month, Shefrin wrote in an email to RISD faculty Friday.

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Metro

State sued over school funding formula

The school committees of Pawtucket and Woonsocket filed an amended petition to a lawsuit April 7 against the state for allegedly failing to provide the districts with adequate funds for education under its new funding formula.

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