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By DON FOWLER I was never a big fan of Irish music.until I visited Ireland. I quickly learned that their music was an integral part of their history and culture, an expression of their love for their beautiful land and sea, and their passion for life. more
By DON FOWLER Warwick's Kim Avedisian returned to Rhode Island last week, just like the main character in his low-budget, independent film, to premiere Donald Cried at the Avon Cinema before a large and enthusiastic audience, which included many friends more
Jonathan Edwards, an American folk legend, is gracing the stage again. The man behind the 1972 hit single “Sunshine” will be performing at the Courthouse Center for the Arts on Saturday, … more
By DON FOWLER ! Warwick native, violinist Kristen Pellegrino, returned home to play with the Chagall String Quartet at the Greenwich Odeum. Michelle Kwan skated at the Providence Civic Center as part of the 1997 Tour of World Figure Skating Champions. more
Debra Mann's Jazz Quartet, a funky, jazzy band with great vocals by Debra Mann will perform at The Courthouse Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 8 at 8 p.m. Debra Mann, jazz pianist and vocalist, has performed throughout the northeast corner of the more
Ocean State Theatre’s production of “Inherit the Wind” is blessed with 21 actors, many from Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts. Gunnar Manchester was born in Cranston, went to school in … more
If you like thought-provoking, absorbing theatre, then Ocean State Theatre Company’s production of “Inherit the Wind” is the play you should see. Director Fred Sullivan Jr., a mainstay at … more
Nicky Silver’s radically funny morality play, brilliantly directed by Vince Petronio and acted by an ensemble of five talented actors, had the press night audience in hysterics at Burbage … more
Multi-platinum international music sensation Celtic Woman supports its newest album, Voices of Angels, with a world tour that celebrates the music of the Emerald Isle with beauty and grace" (News & Observer). Receiving standing ovations with every" more
Subtitled “a post electric play,” Anne Washburn’s black comedy is both bizarre and thought provoking. Set in the very near future following an apocalyptic nuclear disaster, it opens with … more
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