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Back by popular demand, international recording and performing artist and native Rhode Islander Ida Zecco returns to Ocean State Theatre with her new one-woman show filled with comedy, music and inappropriate banter. Thanks for the Mammaries!" will be" more
The Tony “Triple Crown” musical, “Avenue Q” that beat out “Wicked” for top honors, taking Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book, also earns my award for Best Way To Enjoy the Rest of … more
The Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra will hold new singer auditions for its 2016-2017 Concert Season, its 60th Anniversary Wednesday, Aug. 24 and Wednesday, Aug. 31 beginning at 7:30 p.m. at … more
The Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership (RIMP) is known for bringing children and mentors together to form lasting relationships, but no one could have guessed their annual fundraiser would spark a … more
For the first time in years, the Newport Jazz Festival sold out last Saturday, with over 10,000 fans flocking to Fort Adams, causing major traffic tie-ups in the City by the Sea. The three-day … more
The RI Philharmonic Youth Wind Ensembles (RIPYWE) has announced that Aaron W. Bush will direct the Youth Wind Ensemble for the 2016/17 School Year. He joins RIPYWE Music Director Dr. David Neves for … more
Rainy day? Put your down time to good use. First of all, how well do you all know Narragansett Bay? It’s fun to try to draw it from memory - Prudence, Patience, Newport, Goddard Park, Greenwich … more
Last Tuesday, 12 charter fishing vessels from the Rhode Island Party & Charter Boat Association took veterans fishing aboard their vessels out of the Port of Galilee. It was the third year in a row … more
The 19th annual Rhythm & Roots Festival announces its spectacular all-star lineup for Sept. 2-4. Held every Labor Day weekend at beautiful Ninigret Park in the ocean-side community of Charlestown, … more
The Artists’ Exchange’s ninth annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival is just around the corner. This year’s event is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18, with a rain date of … more
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