On this episode of Simply New England, we feature a story about a Veteran who turned Providence sign painter, learn how to make Nick Rabar’s Winter Cowboy Stew, go back in time with ElectroMagnetic Pinball Museum & Restoration. We’ll visit the Fearless Fish Market in Providence, and hear all about the Rhode Island Curling League at the Ocean State Curling Club.
Salvi’s Hand Painted Signs | U.S. Navy Veteran turned Providence Sign Painter
Salvi turned his passion for art and creativity into a business. He hand-paints signs for businesses in the Providence area. He loves the history of the city and enjoys bringing back the art of hand-painted signs that touch upon a memory. The sign is the first impression that customers get. Click here for video.
Keep On Cookin’ | Winter Cowboy Stew
The Winter Cowboy Stew recipe is an old-school dish direct from the Lonestar state that combines different cuts of meat, veggies, heat, sweet and smoke that’s perfect for a cold weather day. Click here for video.
Electromagnetic Pinball Museum & Restoration
The Electromagnetic Pinball Museum & Restoration fosters a love and appreciation for history, science technology, engineering, arts and mathematics through interactive pinball exhibits. They take an active role in the community by running programs and events to educate the public about the importance of keeping this fun part of science, history, art and culture alive. Click here for video.
Fearless Fish Market | Providence, RI
The idea behind the Fearless Fish Market is to help people feel more confident about buying and cooking fish. The focus is on local fish with an emphasis on quality and variety. Click here for video.
Ocean State Curling Club | Rhode Island’s Curling League
Curling is a sport that almost anyone can play and has a rich culture of sportsmanship, etiquette and respect. The Ocean State Curling Club has a social atmosphere and is for anyone interested in recreational curling in Rhode Island. Click her for video.