In February, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) released a study that connected a Mediterranean-style diet with lower risk factors for cardiovascular disease, i.e., obesity or high blood pressure.
It’s no wonder, then, that Providence Hospital’s upcoming “Providence Cooks!” culinary class will highlight Mediterranean meals. On Aug 5, dietitian Kay MacInnis and Chef Brandon Carn will teach participants how to cook a dish similar to fish Provencal, which is made using fish — red snapper, mahi-mahi or black sea bass — sautéed with olives, capers, tomatoes and wine, to name a few ingredients. The class starts at 6 p.m. and tickets are $20. Registration is required — call 1-877-256-5381.
Refresh Renew Massage and Facial at Spa 131
Let us put the zen back in your spirit and a glow in your complexion. This 60-minute relaxing massage and cleansing, nourishing facial are available at a special rate now through the end of January. Click here for location info, pricing, testimonials, and more.
In The Red and Brown Water at Trustus
Trustus Theatre’s newest show opening Friday, January 23rd combines poetry, movement, music, and song to tell the story of a young Louisiana girl thrust into womanhood. Click here for a list of performance dates and to purchase tickets. For mature audiences.
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NorthStar Child Development Center now hiring staff. Require 1yr exp. in licensed center. To apply click here.