By Lucie Searle and Steve Durkee
Over the last 40 years, we have been bold in the city of Providence. We’ve moved train tracks, rivers and highways, added parks, rejuvenated historic properties and promoted new construction. This significant investment has literally shifted the city’s built environment and created a refreshed energy and engagement in our future. And through all this, the historic fabric of our downtown core has remained intact.
Providence Phoenix: Save these buildings! The Providence Preservation Society fights for the soul of the city
By PHILIP EIL | January 29, 2014
The February issue of Providence Monthly highlights 10 of the city’s “most eligible singles” in a feature titled, “Ready to Mingle.” Monthly’s crew of bachelors and bachelorettes — who range from congressional staffers to Army National Guard recruiters to makeup artists to Brown University English professors — are an accomplished, smiling bunch. They talk about laughing, “staying active,” and, in the case of a 30-year-old Rhode Show producer named Ashley, being a “bubbly girly-girl on the surface, but there’s actually a lot more depth to my personality.”