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The legendary Park Theatre will commence its 2016-17 season on Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. with Grammy Award-winning guitar virtuoso Earl Klugh and special guest Grace Kelly. Klugh will kick off a yearlong nationwide tour right here in the Ocean State to more
Producer Stephen DeAngelis, who has produced over 200 different Broadway concerts at venues in New York and across the United States, will return to his native Rhode Island to produce his first concert in his home state. The concert, entitled Broadway more
Want a change of scene without going too far? Head your boat for a ride up to Pawtuxet Cove. Located on the boundary of Warwick and Cranston, this historic area has a lot to offer. Established in … more
The Kingston Trio, the groundbreaking, Grammy Award-winning American Pop-Folk group, joins 15-Time District Champions, Narragansett Bay Chorus, along with senior quartet champions, Trade Secret and up and coming collegiate stars, Curtain Call, for a very more
By DON FOWLER Chuck Wentworth's fabulous Rhythm & Roots Festival has come a long way since the early days of the Cajun & Bluegrass Festival in the woods of Escoheag. The expansive Ninegret Park setting in Charleston now hosts four stages of non-stop more
MORGAN * * * (Psychological Drama Turns Ultra Violent) What starts out as an interesting psychological drama turns into an ultra-violent chase and kill movie, saved by an unusual twist ending. Kate Mara plays Miss Weathers, a woman from the corporate more
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
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
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra will soon begin its 2016-2017 season, Music Director Larry Rachleff's last leading the Orchestra. Beginning on September 17, eight Saturday classical concerts and four Friday Rush Hour concerts will take place at more
There is something mystical about coming in contact with sharks. They are very powerful. Anglers do take them for food. Very much the way they catch and eat cod fish, summer flounder, striped bass or tuna. In fact, mako sharks taste very much like more
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