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  • Cox Customers Enjoy Early Game of Thrones Screening

    Cox Customers Enjoy Early Game of Thrones Screening

    Cox Communication’s northeast region and our great partners at HBO were pleased to bring a special early screening of Game of Thrones Season 4 to our loyal Cox customers at the Providence Place Mall on April 2nd, 2014. Over 750 fans had the chance to get a sneak peak at the first episode of the smash hit’s new season and enjoy photo opportunities, living gargoyles, special prizes and more! Here’s a small sampling of pictures from the screening. Thanks to […]

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  • The 8th Best Thing About Rhode Island: Food Trucks

    The 8th Best Thing About Rhode Island: Food Trucks

    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: Food Trucks. What’s better than a delicious meal? A delicious meal that has been been driven around town like a culinary Miss Daisy. In this clip, Rhode Islanders talk about this very modern and delicious spin on “meals on wheels”. This clip features Anne Mulhall, Valerie Tutson, Trinity Rep’s Phyllis Kay, Genie Trevor, […]

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  • NCAA Hockey: Looking back, Looking forward

    NCAA Hockey: Looking back, Looking forward

    By Jayson Hron The last three NCAA tournament appearances for Providence had all ended in opening-round disappointment, be it single-game losses (2000-01; 1995-96) or best-of-three stumbles (1990-91). But bolstered by a four-goal cushion late in last Friday’s NCAA East Regional opener against Quinnipiac, it was apparent that Providence would exorcise the unpleasant trend of quick exits. Aficionados remembered the last time Providence advanced past the first round, back when Debbie Gibson was enjoying a three-week run atop the Billboard Hot […]

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  • These Wieners are Winners

    These Wieners are Winners

    The James Beard Foundation Awards are presented annually to the nation’s culinary best: the elite: Chefs and restaurants catering to the most distinguished palates. Perhaps the awards most interesting category, though, is the America’s Classic Award. Presented since 1998, this particular category has more to do with the beloved national food traditions of our countries regional restaurants. These are restaurants that serve quality food that reflects their communities. Really, winners in this category are places that are pieces of Americana; […]

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  • Watch Varsity Life Tonight on OSN

    Watch Varsity Life Tonight on OSN

    By: Domenic Vasconcelos, Varsity Life Producer. It’s another jam packed championship Varsity Life this week with highlights from the boys and girls state basketball championships as well as the boys hockey championships. Then it’s off to Barrington high school where the Barrington track and field program has featured some of the best throwers in the nation.  Varsity Life will learn more about the program and the man who runs the show. The boys basketball Final 4 at the Ryan Center […]

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  • There’s Something Special About this Team

    There’s Something Special About this Team

    As the 11th seeded Friars jet for San Antonio and a NCAA Tournament matchup with North Carolina, we look back more than five months ago, at the Big East’s Media Day in New York. Providence College Seniors Kadeem Batts and Bryce Cotton were the undisputed leaders, and Cooley knew they had the makeup to take this team to new heights. To see how things worked out for the Friars in the Big East, click here.

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  • The 9th Worst Thing About Living in Rhode Island: The Metal Stack

    The 9th Worst Thing About Living in Rhode Island: The Metal Stack

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the Worst Things about living in Rhode Island: The Metal Stack. What’s that towering of mountain by the water in the city of Providence? Is it a giant sculpture by some new avant-garde artist as RISD? Is it a nest for a family of Transformers? Or is it a massive eyesore that greets visitors as the enter and leave the city […]

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  • Looking Back at LaDontae’s Freshman Interview

    Looking Back at LaDontae’s Freshman Interview

    March 2014: LaDontae Henton is a Big East Champion. January 2012: LaDontae Henton is a Friar Freshman having played only a handfull of Big East Conference games and making his first appearance on Cox’s “Friars All Access” with Ed Cooley and Vin Parise. It’s always fun to look back. Ed Cooley obviously had high hopes for LaDontae right from day one. He calls LaDontae a “Jack of all trades” player whose tenacity and versatility bode well for his future. Coach […]

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  • Join the Party for the Big East Champion, PC Friars – Streaming LIVE 5:45 PM

    Join the Party for the Big East Champion, PC Friars – Streaming LIVE 5:45 PM

    Friar fans are invited to watch a FREE STREAM of the NCAA Selection Show party at Alumni Hall on the campus of Providence College on Sunday evening as the men’s basketball team learns where it will be headed in NCAA Tournament play.  WATCH REPLAY OF SUNDAY’S SELECTION SHOW SATURDAY night Providence was crowned the BIG EAST Tournament Champion by defeating No. 14 Creighton, 65-58, in the Championship Game at Madison Square Garden. Cox congratulates Coach Cooley and his team for […]

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  • How many wins do the Friars need?

    How many wins do the Friars need?

    Providence College Asst. Coach Brian Blaney joined Chris DiSano & Adam Finkelstein to talk Friars basketball heading into the Big East Tournament. He touches on Bryce Cotton’s “Ironman” status and playing with a limited rotation, as well as their mindset heading into a huge matchup with St. John’s in what many consider a “Win-and-In” game.

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