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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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Domestic violence and gun control advocates testified in favor of the bill to the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month. Staff photo by Jake Kuhn.
Domestic violence and gun control advocates testified in favor of the bill to the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month. Staff photo by Jake Kuhn.
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Bill to disarm domestic abusers set for House vote tomorrow

A bill to take guns away from domestic abusers is scheduled for a vote tomorrow in the state House Judiciary Committee.

“Every single month, 50 women in our country are killed by an abusive partner with a gun, and that’s just unacceptable," said Jennifer Boylan, a volunteer with the Rhode Island chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America...

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Exposure 6/19

YOUR BROODY EXPOSHUR

Need to Feel Your Love // Sheer Mag

Something Soon // Carseat Headrest

I Wanna Be a Witch // Teen Suicide

Drunk Drivers / Killer Whales // Carseat Headrest

Haunt Me (x3) // Teen Suicide

Destroyed By Hippie Powers // Carseat Headrest

Doing All The Things I Used to Do with People, Part 2 // Teen Suicide

Kismet Kill // Haley Bonar

Hometown // Haley Bonar

Untitled // Hairspray Queen

No Names // Hairspray Queen

Hang Them // Hairspray Queen

 

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A Providence Police Department car, out in the streets. Credit: Mackenzie Abernethy
A Providence Police Department car, out in the streets. Credit: Mackenzie Abernethy
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Providence city council approves police accountability ordinance

Providence has approved the Community-Police Relations Act. City council held a second and final vote on the ordinance on Thursday. The vote was 13-1, with Councilman Michael Correia as the only dissenter...

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