PROVIDENCE, R.I. – In this month's installment of Rhode Island Artscape we delve into the world of culinary art. On Thanksgiving, what better meal to prepare than turkey? At Tina's restaurant in Providence, chef-owner Tina Rowe is preparing the classic dish with a Jamaican twist. WRNI's Elisabeth visited Rowe's kitchen on Atwells Avenue to learn the recipe.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Tune in this Thursday, November 25 at 9PM for a special presentation of The Moth Radio Hour.
Join moth Artistic Director Catherine Burns for this week's presentation when Mike Birbiglia ("Sleepwalk with Me") goes through a breakup on a remote island, two women meet by chance on a dark street and share secrets, a father admits he was not quite ready for a second child and a live calf shows up for Thanksgiving dinner.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Pie may be the last item on the Thanksgiving menu but for students at Providence's Technical and Career Academy it's a priority. Students in the high school's Pastry Arts program have been asked by the City of Providence to bake one hundred pies for distribution to needy senior citizens this holiday. WRNI's Simone Landon visited the school's kitchen and filed this report.
WARWICK, R.I. – Commuter rail service is starting up soon to Rhode Island's T.F. Green Airport, linking the transit hub in Warwick with existing stops in Providence and Boston's South Station.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation on Tuesday announced that Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority service will start Monday, Dec. 6. There will be six stops a day, Monday through Friday.
Providence, RI – Overall, 2009 was a better financial year for Rhode Island Hospitals, but independent medical centers are still struggling to survive. That's the prognosis from a new report by the Rhode Island Department of Health.
Between 2008 and 2009, net income for the state's hospitals increased by more than 120 percent, up from 3.5 million to nearly 8 million.