Vegan Eats in Providence, Rhode Island

If I’m being honest, as much as I love cooking, I also love to eat out. It’s a bad habit, because it’s expensive, but there are some days when I just don’t want to cook or do the dishes or… anything, really. Luckily (or maybe unluckily, for my budget), there are tons of vegan restaurants in…

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Three years in Lil Rhody

  March 11 marked my three-year anniversary living in Rhode Island. It’s hard to believe it’s been three years, especially when I stop to think about how much has happened. Since I moved here: I’ve changed jobs and started looking into graduate school, including working my way through GRE prep and establishing where I want to…

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Adventures in Bicycling: Tour de Tentacle 2016, Part Deux

Living in Providence is generally a weird experience. It’s a historical hub for oddities, starting with state founder Roger Williams (who apparently was eaten by an apple tree sometime after he was buried? wtf?) and continuing into the present day. This city is small but strange and I love living here because of how much weird stuff…

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Adventures in bicycling: 26 miles roundtrip

From March 2014 to May 2015, we lived in an apartment that was practically right on the East Bay Bike Path. I didn’t own a bicycle for any of that time. In fact, I didn’t acquire a bike until more than a month after moving out of that apartment and into one in Providence, where…

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Album review: The Front Bottoms, Back On Top, 2015

I was first introduced to The Front Bottoms in the summer of 2012, but didn’t actively start listening to the band until the spring of 2013. A few months later, I saw the band live for the first time at one of my favorite venues in Cambridge, Mass., and have been completely obsessed ever since.…

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Adventures in bicycling: Introducing Bee

The summer after I graduated from college, I bought my first car. I’ve written a handful of posts about him; in August of 2012, when I drove Hazza off the lot, I assumed I would always need a car to commute to work. Last year when I moved to Rhode Island, I realized that if…

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