March 2012 Residences Newsletter

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  • 1. A guide to living in Downcity Providence. MARCH 2012 NEWSLETTER South East view from The Residences Tower Inside this issue: James Beard Foundation Awards 2 What’s Happening in the City 3 Call Meredyth Church or Bob Walsh Cocktail Class 3 today for more information Newport Restaurant Week 4 Gallery Night 4 or to schedule a private tour: Floor Plan of the Month 5 401 598 8282 Past Events 61
  • 2. RI CHEFS & RESTAURANTS STAND OUT ON AWARDS SEMIFINALIST LISTSThe James Beard Foundation 2012 Restaurant and Chef Award Semifinalists were an-nounced this morning and a number of Rhode Island chefs and restaurants are includedon this year’s list. The semifinalists in our area are:Best New Restaurant: The DorranceOutstanding Bar Program: Cook & Brown Public HouseRising Star Chef of the Year: Benjamin Sukle of The DorranceBest Chef: Northeast:1. Matt Jennings of Farmstead / La Laiterie2. Champe Speidel of Persimmon3. Sai Viswanath of DeWolf Tavern The Semifinalists will be narrowed down to a list of finalists on March 19 and then winners will be announced at the Awards Gala in New York City on May 7 in what is essentially the Oscars® of the food world. For the complete list of semifinalists you can view the Foundation blog here. Eat Drink RI has reached out to all the semifinalists and will be publishing their comments here as the day progresses. In honor of St Joseph’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day , The Residences Providence Tower top will be lit in red and green lights.2
  • 3. WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE CITY!Dunkin Donuts Center—www.dunkindonutscenter.com1. Dunkin Donuts Presents The Coffee Cup Auto Racing —March 10-11, 20122. WWE Presents Road to Wrestlemania —March 17, 20123. Harlem Globetrotters 2012 World Tour —March 30—April 1, 2012Providence Performing Arts Center -www.ppacri.org1. Come Fly Away —March 2-4, 20122. Sesame Street Live 1,2 ,3 Imagine! —March 9-11, 20123. The Addams Family —March 20-25, 20124. Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group —March 30, 20125. Chris Botti & RIPO —March 31, 20126. David Sedaris —April 14 , 20127. John Mayer —April 18 , 20128. The Moody Blues —April 19 , 20129. Death Cab for Cutie —April 23 , 201210. Bring it On The Musical —April 24-29 , 2012Rhode Island Convention Center—www.riconvention.com1. The 19th Annual RI Pet Show —March 3-4, 20122. New England Saltwater Fishing Show —March 9-11, 20123. The Home Show —March 29-31, 20124. The Great International Beer Festival —April 14, 20125. Walk MS 2012 —April 15, 20126. 2012 Rhode Island Tattoo Expo —April 27-29, 20123 For information on The Residences Providence Newsletter, please contact Kelly Lee at kelly@residencesprovidence.com
  • 4. ST. PATRICK’S DAY COCKTAIL CLASS Want to drink something a bit classier than green beer? This class will focus on whiskey and dark spirits! These classes are $50 per person and includecocktails, plenty of snacks, and a booklet of useful information. If you are in- terested, or have any questions, please contact either: Lexi @ Al Forno: 401-273-9760 or Darius @ Tini: 401-383-2400 Where: Tini, 200 Washington St., Providence, RI 02903 When: Saturday, March 17, 1 – 3 p.m. NEWPORT RESTAURANT WEEK March 23 – April 1. Visit our neighbors to the south! Diners will enjoy three -course lunches for just $16, and three-course dinners for just $30. For a complete listing of Restaurant Week events and to view menus, visit GoNewportRestaurantWeek.com GALLERY NIGHT PROVIDENCE Gallery Night Providence is a free, fun-filled introduction to Providences exciting art scene! On the third Thursday of the month, from March through November, twenty-five of the citys hot "art spots" open their doors inviting you to a visual arts party. Thursday, March 15, 5:00—9:00 pm Where: Starting from the Regency Plaza at One Regency Plaza and traveling to 25 of Providences galleries, museums and historic sites. www.gallerynight.info/4
  • 5. FLOOR PLAN OF THE MONTH Residence 2101, B5 Our Lowest Priced 2 Bedroom Residence! A beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath- room 1160 square foot Residence featuring a galley kitchen and open dining and living room. This Actual photo taken in and from a B5 Residence floor plan includes a balcony off of the master bedroom suite with dramatic views of the Rhode Island State House. Priced at $479,9005 For information on The Residences Providence Newsletter, please contact Kelly Lee at kelly@residencesprovidence.com
  • 6. FEBRUARY RESIDENT NIGHTThank you for all that attended the February ResidentNight, February 23, featuring Community Music-Works.Guests listened to a chamber music performancewhile enjoying wine and hor d’ouvers.Community MusicWorks provides free after-schooleducation and performance programs through the A photo taken at the February Resident Nightpermanent residency of the Providence StringQuartet. Community MusicWorks works to build meaningful long-term relationshipsbetween professional musicians, children, and families in urban neighborhoods ofProvidence, Rhode Island.To learn more about this great organization, visit: ww.communitymusicworks.org/ KENNEDY PLAZA CHANGESA tour of Kennedy Plaza and its plannedimprovements was spearheaded last month bytwo of our very own Residents, Carla R. andAnn B.Last July, the City, the Greater Kennedy PlazaCoalition, and FirstWorks received a $200,000grant from the National Endowment for the Artsto improve the Kennedy Plaza space. For more information visit: www.providenceri.com/ Photos taken from the walking tour of Kennedy Plaza6