Fans of the popular cafe and teahouse Ceremony are in luck: a second location is set to open within months on South Main Street.
Rhea RasquinhaMetro Editor
Rhea Rasquinha is a Metro Section Editor covering Development and Infrastructure and also serves as Co-Chief of Illustrations. She previously covered the College Hill, Fox Point & the Jewelry District and Brown & Beyond beats. Rhea is a junior from New York studying Biomedical Engineering and loves dark chocolate and penguins.
After her passing in December 2022, Jennifer Bianco’s colleagues discussed her legacy of mentorship, support and care for the Brown community.
With significant development across the district, and in the broader Jewelry District neighborhood, The Herald mapped out the 21 parcels of District land, compiling proposal and construction updates from the last 12 years.
Between Oct. 10 and 12, Herald staffers surveyed over 1,100 undergraduate students on topics ranging from demographics and lifestyle to support for campus and national leaders. Some of the poll’s notable findings are highlighted below.
The Corporation and Lifespan Board of Directors voted this month on “a new nonbinding term sheet” to extend and expand the existing partnership between the two institutions, according to an Oct. 24 Today@Brown announcement.
The Providence City Plan Commission approved a dimensional adjustment and two design waivers for the 269 Wickenden mixed-use project.
Full council approval remains necessary for the agreements to be implemented.
Upcoming events to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Rhode Island include talks, arts activities, performances and more.
The City Plan Commission approved the University’s new Institutional Master Plan, which outlines the next 5 to 10 years of physical developments, at a meeting Sept. 19 evening.