Rhode Island Monthly: Restaurants, Shopping, Events
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The Dish: Try 16 Pizza Spots for $20 - Rhode Island Monthly
The number of pizza places taking part in the event usually increases as requests to join come to Nellis right up until the day the coupons are printed. Joining in on Lord of the Pies is easy: participants purchase a $20 passport with coupons for each competing place.
Ocean State Job Lot Offering ‘Silver Salute’ Discount Week
Ocean State Job Lot is proud to offer its annual ‘Silver Salute’ discount week for seniors at all Job Lot stores until June 6. All customers sixty-two years and older will receive a 25% discount on all items with the exception of air conditioners, dehumidifiers, propane tanks/refills, beer wine and gift cards, including OSJL and third party.
The Art Buyer's Guide to Rhode Island - Page 11 of 11
The big box stores’ 60 percent off coupons are enticing, but your art is usually sent to a faraway facility for framing. “You don’t have to come to us, but please go to an independent frame shop,” Gaunt says. “We do all of our framing here.” You don’t have to break the bank for family photos.
Support Local Businesses In Rhode - Rhode Island Monthly
Small businessowners are your neighbors and friends, and they need your support now more than ever. Help locally owned businesses in Rhode Island weather the coronavirus pandemic by visiting their websites for online shopping or by purchasing gift cards for future use — something to look forward to when things return to normal.
26 Ways to Spend New Year's Eve in - Rhode Island Monthly
The Empire Revue, Rhode Island’s longest-running funny sketch and variety show, will be ringing in 2020 by presenting the seventh annual New Year’s Eve variety show and dance party in Providence. This year, things are getting rowdy with the theme “Hot N’ Ready.”
Uber Drives Debate on For-Hire Transportation in Rhode Island
It’s backed by $41 billion in investment cash and has been rolling over the taxi industry with a smartphone app and an army of part-time drivers in their own Jettas. StyleWeek patrons got a coupon code and free rides — for new users, up to $20 to any of the events. “They loved it,” Ortiz recalls.