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The Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra announces its March concert “Tomorrow’s Talent Today,” featuring the world premiere of I Dream a World, by internationally acclaimed composer, Roger … more
Peppino D'Agostino, a Sicilian fingerstylist guitar player, will debut at The Courthouse Center for the Arts on Sunday, March 19 at 7 p.m. Peppino D'Agostino has achieved his dream of becoming one of the world's great guitarists. He has received many more
Cranston’s Bonnie Baggesen was the stage manager for “Damn Yankees,” starring Jerry Lewis, which opened at the Providence Performing Arts Center March 18. Her first professional theatre … more
THE SALESMAN* * * * (Joyce)* * * ½ (Don)(Best foreign film)This year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, “The Salesman,” is about a Tehranian husband and wife … more
Being a picky eater was not an option when I was growing up. Our menu was very limited, and I ate what was put on the table; meat, potatoes, and a token amount of veggies. The meat was usually steak, chicken, ham or pork chops, but the potatoes were more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER British playwright Willy Russell wrote his one-woman, two-act play back in the eighties, where it won many theatre awards and was even turned into a movie. I saw Helen Reddy play the lead many years ago at Theatre-by-the Sea, more
Sparky’s Puppets will perform “Old Favorites” at the 51st annual Clown Town to be held at St. Luke’s Church Parish Center in East Greenwich Saturday, April 1. Mother Goose will share some … more
A collaboration between the Community College of Rhode Island, the University of Rhode Island, and the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, ME proved incredibly exciting for professor Wayne Suits who … more
By DON FOWLER Gamm Theatre has become known as the place to go for challenging theatre. If ever there was a challenging, haunting, unsettling, futuristic play on the theatre scene, Artistic Director Tony Estrella has found it in the form of Jennifer more
By TESSA ROY A future governor might just come from Robertson Elementary. Sixth graders Adora Perry, Olivia Morrissette, Allyson Yabut, Katherine Sweeney, Delisia Marcelino, Abi Polo and Mackenzie Maciel have entered Governor Gina Raimondo's Governor for more
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