The American Civil Liberties Union is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to upholding and protecting the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Singer/songwriter Bill Bartholomew welcomes a wide range of guests to his Providence, RI loft studio for in-depth conversations. From state office holders and politicians, to media personalities, to fellow songwriters and musicians, each episode covers a vast array of topics, generally touching or landing on art, music and new ideas in today’s communities.
Northern Rhode Island News On the Web is your source for breaking and in-depth coverage of news in the Blackstone Valley.
Environmental News for Southern New England
…the “go to” local Web experience that breaks the biggest local stories
…a hyper-local blog dedicated to covering the City of East Providence.
Nunes’ Weekly is the work of Rhode Island-based journalist Alex Nunes, whose inspiration for the website comes from I.F Stone’s Weekly, published independently by the legendary muckraking reporter from 1953 to 1971.
The Providence Daily Dose launched in September of 2007. We are here to bring you the latest news/events/randomness that Providence has offer. We’ve got our eyes peeled and our ears to the ground to give you, our valued readers, all shit you can handle and more.
RICentral.com is a portal site designed to give you easy access to the websites of your favorite publications in Southern Rhode Island. The Kent County Daily Times is a daily newspaper serving the West Warwick and Coventry areas while the The Narragansett Times is published Wednesdays and Fridays and serves Narragansett and South Kingstown. Other weekly publications include The North Kingstown Standard-Times, The East Greenwich Pendulum and The Chariho Times, which all publish on Thursdays, and The Coventry Courier, which publishes on Fridays.
Sam Howard writes, “Think of the Liberator as my personal blog, or a lefty political blog, or someone’s bad idea of a joke. It is what it is.”
…a progressive political blog that strives to speak truth to power, stick up for the oppressed and ignored and tell interesting and entertaining stories about the Ocean State. Founded in 2005, we’re the original political blog in Rhode Island.
…a not-for-profit feminist collective that uses art and grassroots organizing to address difficult topics that effect every Rhode Islander.