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  • THE Best Thing About Rhode Island: The Beaches

    THE Best Thing About Rhode Island: The Beaches

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss THE BEST thing about living in Rhode Island: The Beaches. Beaches, it’s not just the title of a Bette Midler movie, it’s the number one thing about living in Rhode Island! Rhode Island may not be an island but it features miles and miles of beaches along the southern shore. This clip features Nick Rabar, John Taraborelli, Eric Latek, Sabrina Blaze, Rusty the […]

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  • The 2nd Best Thing About Rhode Island: Federal Hill

    The 2nd Best Thing About Rhode Island: Federal Hill

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: Federal Hill. Home to many Italians who emigrated to the United States, Federal Hill in Providence became a bustling and vibrant community at the turn of the century. Through the years, the perception of the area has changed to one of wiseguys and an organization that can not be named (ahem). Now Federal […]

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  • The 3rd Best Thing About Rhode Island: Waterfire

    The 3rd Best Thing About Rhode Island: Waterfire

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: Waterfire.  Created by Barnaby Evans, Waterfire is a collection of fires in the Providence River that is accompanied by some contemplative music that serves as an excuse for people to go out at night in the city of Providence and enjoy themselves.  Seldom is the city of Providence as alive as it it […]

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  • The 4th Best Thing About Rhode Island: McCoy Stadium

    The 4th Best Thing About Rhode Island: McCoy Stadium

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: McCoy Stadium. Few things feel as Rhode Island in the summertime as spending a night at McCoy Stadium. This clip features Nick Rabar, Bert Crenca, Providence College Men’s Basketball Coach Ed Cooley, Lizzi Weinberg and Alec Beckett from NAIL, John Taraborelli, Anne Mulhall, Scott Duhamel, Rudy Cheeks, Baby Fighterfly & Sass E. McNasty […]

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  • Cox Sports: The Week in Review

    Cox Sports: The Week in Review

    By Benjamin Larsen Another busy week in New England sports has come to a close. Here are just a few of the stories we followed this week. (For your college basketball fix, check out why Vin Parise thinks UCONN has what it takes to win the championship vs Kentucky.) Home not so sweet for Sox The 2014 Major League Baseball regular season kicked off this past week and the Red Sox returned to Fenway Park for a memorable home-opener filled […]

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  • The 5th Best Thing About Rhode Island: Roger Williams Park and Zoo

    The 5th Best Thing About Rhode Island: Roger Williams Park and Zoo

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: Roger Williams Park and Zoo. Dubbed by many as an oasis in the middle of the city, Roger Williams Park and Zoo is home to giraffes, elephants, lizards, flamingos and, of course, people. Whether is riding a swan boat with your family or watching your children ride the carousel, Roger Williams Park offers […]

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  • The 6th Best Thing About Rhode Island: PPAC

    The 6th Best Thing About Rhode Island: PPAC

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: PPAC. Not to be confused with military rations or a gross receptacle, PPAC stands for The Providence Performing Arts Center. Boasting a rich history through the many incarnations of Providence, the Performing Arts Center has become home to traveling Broadway shows, comedians, singers and performers over the years. This clip features Nick Rabar, […]

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  • The 7th Best Thing About Rhode Island: The Newport Mansions

    The 7th Best Thing About Rhode Island: The Newport Mansions

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: Newport Mansions. How many bathrooms does one house need? If your answer is less than 30, you probably aren’t cut out to live in the Newport Mansions. Opulent and ornate, the Newport Mansions were home to the wealthiest of the wealthy in America. Today they are museums were students can marvel at the […]

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  • The 9th Best Thing About Rhode Island: AS220

    The 9th Best Thing About Rhode Island: AS220

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: AS220. In 1985 Umberto Crenca and friends started an artistic performance and exhibition space where artist could work outside of the sometimes rigid constraints of the traditional art world. Nearly 30 years later, that space has grown into a massive movement that has spread throughout the city of Providence. This clip features Bert […]

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  • The 10th Best Thing About Rhode Island: The Coffee Exchange

    The 10th Best Thing About Rhode Island: The Coffee Exchange

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: Coffee Exchange. Do you like coffee? Do you like sitting in a coffee shop and using their wifi for hours? Then you’ll love the Coffee Exchange! Located on Wickenden Street in Providence’s Fox Point section, The Coffee Exchange is a vital hub for the city that sells fair trade coffee to students, professionals, […]

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