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By DON FOWLER Friends had told us about this unique dining/drinking establishment at 334 Westminster St. in downtown Providence. Pretzels and beer. Excuse me: gourmet pretzels and craft beer! The Malted Barley reminds me of the old western saloons. A bar more
Kevin Doyle's Roscommon Soles performers will take to the stage March 11 and 12 at the Greenwich Odeum in East Greenwich, with the newest version of a show inspired by their Library of Congress performance in honor of Doyle's award as a National Heritage 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
By DON FOWLER In case you don't know it, the University of Rhode Island has one heck of a great theatre program. We finally made it down to one of their productions in the J-Studio at the Fine Arts Center, an impressive building that houses a large 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
I’m walking out of the downstairs theatre at 2nd Story, when longtime theatre critic/director/teach-er/actor Tony Annicone reminds me that I reviewed this same play, “Murder at the Howard … 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
Trinity Rep’s Artistic Director Curt Columbus announced that every 11th grader (plus many 9th and 10th graders) in Rhode Island will be given free tickets to see their hilarious, high-energy … more
Bennett Fisher’s terrific dark comedy, “Don’t Be Evil” is both funny and frightening, as relevant as today’s news and as challenging as facing the future. “Is the government of the … 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
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