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With September marking the kick-off of School One and Goat Hill's inaugural Write Rhode Island short fiction competition for Rhode Island students in grades eight to 12, the group is hoping to get local youth excited and spur entries by hosting free more
By DON FOWLER Once you hear the sweet sounds of Cajun music, you're hooked forever. The foot-stompin' sounds of the accordion and fiddle, often accompanied these days by drums, guitars, bass and an occasional washboard, stimulate the senses and start the more
By DON FOWLER Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys and Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas played at the 5th Annual Mardi Gras Ball at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. That means it's the 25th anniversary of the popular event this year. Speaking of Rhodes, the Shriners more
The Department of Theatre, Dance and Film celebrates the Providence College centennial year with Thornton Wilder's classic play about everyday life in a small New England community. A minimalist theatrical style distinguishes this 1938 Pulitzer more
Rigatoni's, at 1229 Warwick Ave., had luncheon specials for $3.75 to $5.50. The Italian family restaurant and pizzeria is still going strong. Remember Tomato Vine on Route 5 in Warwick? They had all-you-could-eat penne or linguine pasta, more
On Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m., the Cranston Historical Society cordially invites members of the community to attend the 186th birthday celebration buffet honoring Governor William Sprague. Enjoy the company of history enthusiasts at this informal more
Rhode Island's booming theater scene is in full pulse these days, which has led Rhode Island Public Radio's Bill Gale to double up. Here are reviews of the musical Billy Elliot" at the Ocean State Theatre in Warwick and "Desdemona" at the Burbage" more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to connecting art with audiences, brings the steampunk spectacle of Cirque Mechanics' Pedal Punk" to Rhode Island to launch their 2016/2017 Artistic Icons Series. Cirque Mechanics' "Pedal Punk" whirls" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER When I go to the theatre, I'm looking forward to being inspired or entertained. When a play can satisfy both needs, I'm in theatre heaven. Trinity Rep's fictional recreation of Dr. Martin Luther King's last night on this more
Cranston’s Lynne Collinson starred in Neil Simon’s Lost in Yonkers at City Nights Dinner Theatre in Pawtucket. Puppeteer Shari Lewis played PPAC with her new stage show, “Shari Lewis and … more
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