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2017 Dunkin’ Downlow

We at WBRU cannot believe the 2017 WBRU Dunkin' Donuts Summer Concert Series is already here and underway! And as per usual, we have partnered with Dunkin' Donuts to bring you the "Dunkin' Downlow". Your GO-TO for all things behind the scenes from each show. Can't make it to the pre-party at Bar Louie each week? Catch the LIVE INTERVIEW here!

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The Wrap-Up: This Week in Music + 12 Cuts

The Wrap-Up brings you the 5 largest music news stories of the week, as well as information about new album and music video releases. This week: The Killers' new tracklist, an update on SoundCloud, and more...

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Craft Brew of the Month

The BRU Crew loves Craft Brews. This month, we're supporting our friends over at New Belgium! Check it.

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SUMMER CONCERT SERIES 2017

All shows are FREE at Waterplace Park!   July 21st, 2017 7:15 - Cannibal Ramblers 8:00 - Unlikely Candidates   July 28th, 2017 7:15 - The Beardogz 8:00 - Dreamers   August 4th, 2017 7:15 - Call Security 8:00 - Marian Hill   August 11th 7:15 - Neutral Nation 8:00 - SWMRS

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Farm Fresh Rhode Island!

This summer, shop for the best in locally sourced produce with Farm Fresh Rhode Island! Farmers markets connect rural to urban, farmer to eater, and bring our community together around delicious, fresh food...

Activists marched outside the Federal Center chanting  "No borders, no nations, no deportations!" Photo by Jake Kuhn.
Activists marched outside the Federal Center chanting "No borders, no nations, no deportations!" Photo by Jake Kuhn.
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Activists continue weekly immigrant rights rallies

Labor and immigration activists in Providence are continuing to rally in support of Hugo Mejia and Rodrigo Nuñez, two workers detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in California on May 3...

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Theresa Agonia, the mayor's Chief Deputy of Staff, fielded questions at the Southside Cultural Center on Tuesday night. Photo by Jake Kuhn.
Theresa Agonia, the mayor's Chief Deputy of Staff, fielded questions at the Southside Cultural Center on Tuesday night. Photo by Jake Kuhn.
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Providence pursuing municipal ID program

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza is considering a municipal identification program for the city. Elorza spoke to about 100 community members Tuesday night about the program, which would provide identification cards to people who may have trouble obtaining a state ID...

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Reproductive rights activists showed up at the Senate Democrats caucus on Monday. Photo by Charlotte Cooper.
Reproductive rights activists showed up at the Senate Democrats caucus on Monday. Photo by Charlotte Cooper.
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Reproductive rights activists demonstrate at Senate caucus

Women’s rights activists are demonstrating for reproductive rights at the Rhode Island Senate Democrats Caucus this afternoon. The Senate Democrats are meeting at a closed caucus to discuss possible resolutions to the budget impasse...

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The Burrillville Power Plant is seeking a deal with Johnston for its water supply, which would come from the Scituate Reservoir. Photo by thisisbossi.
The Burrillville Power Plant is seeking a deal with Johnston for its water supply, which would come from the Scituate Reservoir. Photo by thisisbossi.
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Providence City Council might oppose power plant in water supply case

On Monday night, a resolution aligning the City of Providence against the proposed Burrillville power plant moved forward in City Council. The resolution urges the city to stand against the energy company behind the power plant...

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Providence is paving the way for the number of red light cameras to almost double. Photo by Derek Jensen.
Providence is paving the way for the number of red light cameras to almost double. Photo by Derek Jensen.
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Providence drives forward red-light cameras proposal

The Providence City Council is moving forward on a proposal to increase the number of red-light traffic cameras from 25 to 45. The council voted on the ordinance amendment Monday night, even though local advocates still have questions about the cameras...

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People who solicit donations on roadways are being targeted by another iteration of an ordinance that was previously struck down. Photo by Hanlly Sam.
People who solicit donations on roadways are being targeted by another iteration of an ordinance that was previously struck down. Photo by Hanlly Sam.
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Cranston being sued for panhandling ordinance

The City of Cranston is being sued again for a second panhandling ordinance. The American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island filed the lawsuit today in federal court...

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