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October 18, 2018

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The 15 Most-Read Newport, RI Stories in 2015

More than 316,500 different people from all around the world visited What’sUpNewp.com more than 1.7 million times in 2015, here are the fifteen stories that were read the most! Thank you to each and everyone of you who visited What’sUpNewp.com during 2015, we love you all! ~ Ryan Belmore & The What’sUpNewp Crew 15 – Newport

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SUNDAY GALLERY SUNDAY, a New Monthly Gallery Day, Will be Unveiled This Sunday

SUNDAY GALLERY SUNDAY was realized amongst a group of like-minded gallery owners and operators in Newport after attending several opening receptions and arts-oriented gatherings together in the fall of 2015. The creators of this new event series will bring artists, artisans and art enthusiasts together while infusing the community with art, art viewing and education

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Darrell West Will Kick Off 88th Annual Winter Speaker Series at Newport Art Museum

Newport Art Museum Welcomes First Winter Speaker Darrell West on January Darrell West, a former Brown University Professor and author of 20 books, will kick off the Newport Art Museum‘s 88th annual Winter Speaker Series on Saturday, January 9 at 2pm in the Museum’s Griswold House at 76 Bellevue Avenue, Newport. In keeping with tradition,

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PODCAST: What The Small Business Administration Can Do For The Local Small Business Community

Frank Prosnitz, Mark Hayward, District Director for the Small Business Administration and Ryan Belmore discuss what the SBA can do for the local small business community. Joining Frank Prosnitz on the Wednesday edition of The Open Forum on 1540 AM WADK Newport today was Mark Hayward, District Director for the Small Business Administration. Just a few weeks

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Blue Rocks Market Will Not Reopen in 2016

While its nothing new for Blue Rocks Market to be closed during the winter, What’sUpNewp has learned that the popular deli and market will not reopen when the spring arrives. Ownership will continue to operate Blue Rocks Catering but after seven years they will not continue to operate Blue Rocks Market and will rent out the Carroll Avenue space in

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Hotel Viking Will Host ‘Viking Wine Festival’ in 2016

Celebrated Winemakers Pair with Culinary Creations from One Bellevue One Bellevue, the award-winning restaurant at Hotel Viking in Newport, has announced the Viking Wine Festival, a sequence of exceptional winemaker-hosted dinners featuring some of the top personalities from the world of wine. The Viking Wine Festival is modeled after the internationally acclaimed Boston Wine Festival, created by Chef Daniel Bruce.

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VIDEO: Ice Skating on Lily Pond in Newport

Is there anything more nostalgic and fun then heading to Lily Pond for some good ol’ fashioned ice skating? It would be tough to find. This great Vimeo video that was shot in January 2015 was uploaded by the incredible photographer (and videographer!), Onne van der Wal. Onne shared it on Facebook with the following

Newport Wine Cellar Looks to Transfer Liquor License From Bellevue Ave to Memorial Blvd

Is Newport Wine Cellar moving from Bellevue Avenue to Memorial Boulevard? Newport Wine Cellar has filed an application to transfer its Class A Alcohol Beverage License from 24 Bellevue Avenue to 11 Memorial Boulevard. The application will be reviewed by the Board Of License Commissioners at 6:30pm on Wednesday, January 13th at the Pell Elementary

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