On the latest episode of Simply Southern New England, start things off with a bolt at Providence’s Bolt Coffee company, get excited for the 2021 Audrain Concours in Newport, go Out & About to the underground wonder that is Howe Caverns, learn how the Nature Conservancy is protecting our shoreline, and see how Chef Nick Rabar makes the Spanish dish – Paella but with a Rhode Island twist.
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Bolt Coffee is all about community. They create a meaningful impact in Providence and beyond through intentionally sourced, roasted, and prepared coffee. Initially offering coffee from a single cart at weddings and a downtown pop-up location in 2012, Bolt now serves the Providence community from three retail locations and a production facility.
2021 Preview | Audrain Newport Concours and Motor Week
A look at a rare 1910 Oakland as its owner discusses it at Audrain Newport Concours and Motor Week
Southwick Zoo – Bird Conservation
Learn more about some these beautiful and intelligent birds during these informative shows presented by bird trainers and EARTH Limited! There are three different bird presentations: Avian Adventures, Bird Brains, and Wild Wings. Audiences will see a variety of birds and learn about topics including natural behaviors, how avian team trains the birds, and parrot conservation efforts. Some lucky visitors may even get to participate in a training session.
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy began when leading scientists, committed citizens and dedicated leaders came together with a shared vision to protect and care for nature. Today, as we take on the most complex environmental challenges of our lives, our diverse staff, partners and members impact conservation across more than 70 countries and territories.
Out & About – Howe Caverns
If you’re looking for a New York experience that is away from the mainstream – try venturing below ground to discover the mysterious beauty of Howe Caverns. Howe Caverns is the second most visited natural attraction in New York State, after Niagara Falls. Tours are offered year-round, since it is always 52-degrees in the caves.
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Cookin with Nick Rabar – Paella
Nick Rabar shows you how to make the perfect Paella. Although this popular dish originated in Valencia, Spain it’s a dish enjoyed around the world, and in this recipe Nick uses fresh seafood from the area making it a Rhode Island style Paella.