A ribbon cutting will take place today for The Breakers Welcome Center, the Governor is scheduled to speak.
What'sUpNewp is a proud sponsor of Newport To Nashville because we believe in supporting and promoting local, live, an original arts and entertainment. We hope you’ll join us tonight at the Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant.
We attended a preview of Taproot Brewing Co. last night at Newport Vineyards. You’re going to love the look, beer, and beer-centric food menu. Look for it to open next week.
Here’s the latest from What'sUpNewp and what you need for the Wednesday ahead….
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) and the Portsmouth Department of Public Works are partnering for a household hazardous waste collection on Saturday, June 23 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Portsmouth High School located at 120 Education Lane.
Rebecca Bertrand, Executive Director of newportFILM, joined me on today’s edition of What’sUpNewp Radio on AM 1540 WADK Newport to chat about and give us a preview of all that’s ahead for newportFILM Outdoors and the non-profit organization this summer.
Newport Galleries Night 2018 is underway and the season is kicking into high gear at their member galleries, museums and cultural institutions with June Newport Gallery Night on Thursday, June 14th from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm.
Internationally acclaimed jazz saxophonist Greg Abate will kick off the new “What’sUpNewp Live” series when he brings The Greg Abate Uptown Jazz Quintet to The Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant during Bridgefest …
Beginning at 6:30 pm on Friday, June 22, the Newport Art Museum in partnership with Sail Newport is pleased to host a very special documentary screening featuring exclusive, extensive, intimate and never-before-shown coverage of one of the most influential and innovative artists of the 20th century, Reflections on a Mermaid: Roy Lichtenstein (1994), contextualizing Lichtenstein’s iconic creative process.
Save The Bay announced on Monday that on Friday, August 3rd, it will present two youth swim clinics, each led by three-time Olympic medalist and Saunderstown native Elizabeth Beisel, at Roger Williams University’s Aquatic Center.