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Book Review By DON FOWLER Warwick author Gerald M. Carbone was hired by Henry Sharpe Jr. and his wife Peggy to write the story of Brown & Sharpe, the machine tools manufacturer that the family had owned for over 150 years. They told me that their family" more
By DON FOWLER Rhode Island theatre-goers will remember the name Bill Whitehead Jr. The LaSalle Academy and Barrington College graduate is best known for his many years of work with East Greenwich's Academy Players and Tommy Brent's Theatre-by-the-Sea more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER British Playwright Harold Pinter's dark and intense look at a totally dysfunctional family is a gem in the world of theatre. Critics, scholars and audiences around the world have studied, dissected and found different more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER 2nd Story Theatre Director Ed Shea has discovered a wonderful, witty, absorbing little one-act (70-minute), three-character play that fits perfectly into the downstairs Warren theatre. Art" by French playwright Yasmina Reza" more
Darlene Love's most recent album is entitled Introducing Darlene Love, even though for many, she is one that needs no introduction. Over the course of her decades-long career, she's won an Oscar, a Grammy and has been inducted into the Rock more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA) holds their 4th Annual Rhode Island Author Expo on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston. This year, the expo will feature a record 130 published more
By TESSA ROY The Providence Gay Men's Chorus (PGMC) is set to kick off its 21st season and will start with one of Providence's favorite holiday traditions, The Providence Gay Men's Chorus's Holiday Show. The PGMC was established in 1995 by 12 gay men who more
America's premier family-friendly pirate show, Pirate School!, comes to Ocean State Theatre for one performance only as part of Ocean State Theatre Company's Family Fun Fest on Saturday, March 11 at 11 am. Set sail with a madcap, swashbuckling comedy more
Garson Kanin’s 1946 political comedy “Born Yesterday” is a bit dated in its language and approach to male/female relationships, but its stinging rebuke of American shady politics is as relevant … more
Witty. Sassy. Inspirational. Menopause Mama is an entertaining one-woman show created to celebrate positive, can-do attitudes associated with mid-life changes. After taking a hiatus, Rose Weaver has returned and plans to perform the show around the state more
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