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Corporate owners have hollowed out the once-formidable Providence Journal

The Journal used to have a dozen reporters in its Warwick bureau alone; now it has barely a dozen reporters total, and its top editor was dismissed in the latest round of layoffs.

PODCAST

‘A dangerous American mythology’: RISD’s president on hard work, the school’s challenges, and its future

On the Rhode Island Report podcast, Rhode Island School of Design president Crystal Williams said the college “has to be a place that is not a structural impediment, but a structural amplifier.”

RI ARTS

After six decades performing, Marie Osmond brings the Christmas spirit to Providence

The Grammy nominee, author, and philanthropist talks about her holiday show and whether she and brother Donny will sing together again.

PODCAST

Filmmaking in R.I.: ‘The smallest state with the greatest backlot’

On the Rhode Island Report podcast, R.I. Film & Television Office executive director Steven Feinberg talks about luring film crews here to shoot "Hocus Pocus 2," HBO’s "The Gilded Age," and other productions.

TV

R.I. does ‘Jeopardy!’: Two contestants, and even a clue about PVD

North Smithfield’s Meghan Mello and Providence’s Matt Harvey may not have won, but as a state it still feels like we did.

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A local treasure, gone: What happened to the stained glass windows in Pawtucket’s Pitcher-Goff House?

An antiques dealer said they bought them legally. But the home’s current owner insists that the previous owner should never have been able to sell them.

GIFT GUIDE

The best Rhode Island gifts to buy this season

Looking for the perfect gift for the Rhode Islander in your life? Or maybe someone on your list desperately misses the Ocean State? We’ve got you covered this holiday season.

RI ARTS

Holiday shows to light up your season

From festive parades, to classic Christmas tales, to decked out mansions, these December events are making Rhode Island merry.