Building Park-nerships

Wendy Nilsson, continues to champion East Side green spaces

“I think the East Side parks are unique because they represent who lives here, what they want, what they need and what they advocate for.” -Wendy Nilsson


Remembering an East Side-Born Eco Star

Jackie Brookner, best known for her "biosculptures," leaves a legacy of eco-conscious art

East of Elmgrove

Call Her Jessica

A 22-year-old, who broke barriers about transgender teens, becomes her true self.

The East Sider

The East Sider: Norma Anderson

"I want people to be here and respect other people’s gardens."

Dining Review

Harvesting Flavor at Red Fin Crudo & Kitchen

The Biltmore Garage's newest addition serves up a tasty twist on seafood


In the Know

Here's what's happening in and around the East Side this month


Neighborhood News

East Side Monthly community news for July


WaterFire's Athena Sails into the Sunset

Athena, one of WaterFire's oldest maintenance boats, is retiring


Interview: Tricycle Ice Cream's Giovanni Salvador

From childhood treat to gourmet snack, these ice cream sandwiches are fun for all ages

Indie Week

Providence International Arts Festival


June Dining Roundup

It's a yummy job, we're glad we get to do it


The Vault, Revamped

The Bannister House gets an overdue upgrade


The Lippitt House Remembers the Forgotten

Stories Untold expolres the lives of domestic servants


The Providence Flea Returns

Get downtown this Sunday for Providence’s funky flea market, now in its third season

Cover Story

Vacation In Providence

Sure you live in Providence, but why not enjoy it like an out of towner every once in a while.