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2015
Feb 23

WPRI: Winter Bash 2015 theme is ‘Murder at the Atrium’

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It’s time once again for the party of the season in Providence.

The theme for this year’s Providence Preservation Society Winter Bash is “Murder at the Atrium,” inspired by the classic board game “Clue.” Party-goers should dress in their best cloak-and-dagger attire for a good old fashioned murder mystery.

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2015
Feb 6

Rhode Island Monthly: 5 Clues About Why You Should Go to Winter Bash

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Published: 2015.02.06 08:54 AM

The Providence Preservation Society's 2014 Winter Bash.

Was it Colonel Mustard in the conservatory with the wrench? Miss Scarlet in the lounge with the knife? Or Mrs. Peacock in the kitchen with the lead pipe?

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2015
Jan 30

PBN: Prov. Preservation Society names 2015 most endangered properties

2015
Jan 30

ProJo: Mayor behind Pittsburgh renaissance: Providence must be strategic, willing to take risks

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BY PAUL GRIMALDI

Journal Staff Writer

PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island’s capital city has to be “intentional” about its future if it wants to find a place in a globalized world, according to the man who helped lead the turnaround of a Rust Belt community now considered the country’s most livable city.

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2015
Jan 27

ProJo: Former Pittsburgh mayor scheduled to speak at Providence Preservation Society’s annual meeting

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Published: January 27, 2015 01:19 PM

BY KATE BRAMSON

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