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Gerald E. Walsh, 73, a resident of Easton for the past 40 years, died Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton after a period of failing health. He was the former … more
It has been known since the 1920s that there are mysterious “souls” residing at the Governor Sprague Mansion in Cranston. Maybe it is Amasa Sprague, Gov. William Sprague’s father, who was … more
Set in the far corner of Wilbury Theatre’s expansive new “playground,” Harold Pinter’s classic psychological drama, “The Caretaker,” is given a compelling production by three talented … more
mother! * * (Joyce) * * (Don) (Confusing allegorical horror) We, like most critics, disagreed on this one. First of all, it is a tense, violent horror story. Second, it is an allegory, with many biblical references. The star, Jennifer Lawrence, more
I recently had the pleasure of driving a rental car. The circumstances under which it came to be were unfortunate. My son was driving my car (because he had no gas, of course.) Someone ran a red … more
By DON FOWLER After 20 fabulous years under the direction of conductor Larry Rachleff, the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra begins a new era as the orchestra searches for a new leader. It promises to be an exciting year as a different conductor takes more
If last Saturday’s performance of Chris Botti and his band is any indication of what is in store this October at Cranston’s Park Theatre, we are in for some big time entertainment. Botti and … more
Edward and Cynthia Aubin of North Pearson Dr., Warwick, announce the engagement of their daughter, Taylor Oliver Aubin, to James Peter Rush, son of George and Constance (Simonini) Rush of Colorado. The bride-to-be is more
Victoria Federici and James Lineberger III were united in marriage on August 13, 2017 by Father Scott Carpentier at St. Augustine Church in Providence. A reception followed at Belle Mer in more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Oh, no! Not another production of Oscar Wilde's silly, wordy Trivial Comedy for Serious People!" I'd seen too many college and community productions of the English comedy of manners to sit through the long play. But wait!" more
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