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Exposure 7/5

Wolf Alice // Yuk Foo
Cherry Glazer // Moon Dust
Cherry Glazer // Nurse Ratched
Daddy Issues // Locked Out
Daddy Issues // In Your Head
Rubblebucket // If U C My Enemies
Rubblebucket // Not Cut Out For This
Way Out // Arrival
Way Out // Cold
Minor Victories // Scattered Ashes
Alvvays // In Undertow
Alvvays // Marry Me, Archie
The Low Anthem // Boeing 737
The Low Anthem // Smart Flesh

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Q&A with Vanessa Flores-Maldonado, Campaign Coordinator of the CSA

Vanessa Flores-Maldonado is the campaign coordinator for the Providence Community Safety Act, a city ordinance that passed recently after four years of work from local groups like the Providence Youth Student Movement, Direct Action for Rights and Equality, and the Olneyville Neighborhood Association...

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Low-income, elderly and disabled folks rely on free fares for trips to grocery stores and doctors appointments. Photo by David Wilson.
Low-income, elderly and disabled folks rely on free fares for trips to grocery stores and doctors appointments. Photo by David Wilson.
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RIPTA reinstates free bus passes for low-income seniors and disabled people

The Rhode Island Transportation Authority will reinstate free bus passes for low-income seniors and people with disabilities. They will be able to ride the bus for free again starting on July 1...

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"Vote No TrumpCare and the Unaffordable Care Act"-ACA rally at C
Activists are expected to rally at the RI State House on Wednesday in support of the Market Stability and Consumer Protection Act. Photo by John M Flores.
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Rhode Island lawmakers race to ensure healthcare protections

Rhode Island leaders are standing against the Senate’s newly unveiled healthcare bill. The bill, also known as “Trumpcare,” includes major cuts to Medicaid and tax cuts for the wealthy...

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A ban on plastic bags would not solve the pollution problem, according to environmental activists. Photo by Kate Ter Haar.
A ban on plastic bags would not solve the pollution problem, according to environmental activists. Photo by Kate Ter Haar.
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Environmental group stands against plastic bag-use reduction bill

Rhode Island’s Clean Water Action is against a bill to reduce plastic bag usage. A state House committee had a hearing yesterday on the bill, which would require businesses to use plastic bags made of 20% recyclable material...

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Exposure 6-21

The New Pornographers // Play Money
The New Pornographers // High Ticket Attractions
The New Pornographers // Play Money

The National // The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness

Beach Fossils // Be Nothing
Beach Fossils // This Year

Real Estate // Darling
Real Estate // Stained Glass

Cherry Glazer // Nurse Ratched
Cherry Glazer // Moon Dust

Cigarettes After Sex // K...

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