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Ed Shea portrays an international literary figure …
Take four promising writing students, put them in a room with an arrogant, critical, obnoxious teacher, and watch the sparks fly and the egos deflate. Theresa Rebeck’s smart and sassy … more
“Guys and Dolls” was the featured musical at the Providence Performing Arts Center. I miss the “mooseloaf” at the old Bugaboo Creek. Stuffies Bar and Grill opened on Atwood Ave. in … more
COREY LEDET
While it is almost as cold in New Orleans for this year’s Mardi Gras celebration, three of the greatest Cajun/Zydeco bands in the country are on their way to Cranston’s Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet for … more
From left, Tony Mitchell as Rashad observes the …
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Jeff Stetson’s two-man, one-act play about a fictional meeting between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X is given a tight, taut, tense interpretation by … more
Cheryl Albright is without a doubt one of Rhode Island’s hidden treasures. The powerful singer is well known in the religious and non-profit communities for her musical contributions and charity … more
Cranston’s Epic Theatre is presenting the Rhode Island premiere of Conor McPherson’s ghostly but very talky one-act play, “Shining City,” at Theatre 82, 82 Rolfe St., this Friday and … more
BEN VICKERS
The Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra, formerly the Rhode Island Philharmonic Community Orchestra, will present a concert, “French Impressions,” on Sunday, March 8 at 3 p.m. The … more
The Comedy Connection is going to the dogs…for a good cause! Local comedians will come together for a special, one-night-only fundraiser for the East Greenwich Animal Protection League. Just … more
OFFICIALLY THE FIRST IN RI: Joining Toushoua …
It took them 47 years, but the popular Atlanta-based fast-food restaurant Chick-fil-A has finally made it to Rhode Island. My grandson survives on their famous grilled chicken sandwich while … more
READY FOR SATURDAY GRAND OPENING: Kim Cota, a …
Part of the original Howard Johnson’s floor tile remains at the newly renovated and re-imagined location of the Brass Monkey at the 800 Allens Ave. building in Providence, situated just before the … more
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