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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
Your family plans a great jaunt with friends on your boat. They arrive with their kids in tow, looking dubious, eyeing the waves and wind. Rougher than you had hoped for, but far from dangerous. Looks bad! Do you think we should cancel? Sally gets" more
My body has not quite agreed with my no stress policy on life as the muscles in the back of my shoulder had started ache. When I grit my teeth, the pain would shoot from my jaw down to my shoulder blade, (most likely from the stress of Steven's car fire more
The stars came out at Warwick Musical Theatre, including The Monkees, Vince Gill, Engelbert, Tony Bennett, Paula Poundstone, Ray Charles, a curly-haired Howie Mandel, George Jones and the Righteous Brothers, Marry Chapin Carpenter, Trisha more
You've been making fried chicken and potato salad for boat picnics all summer. It's definitely time to take a break from cooking, packing up and washing dishes. Visit some restaurants you can reach from your boating tie up. The Art Festival crowds are more
The Rhode Island International Film Festival has been on our calendar every summer since festival director George Marshall brought the festival to our state, making it one of the premier festivals in the world. This year was no exception, more
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 Rhode Island Foundation is celebrating its 100th anniversary by inviting the public to a free concert by the Rhode Island Philharmonic at the Temple to Music in Roger Williams Park on Thursday, Aug. 18, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Community is at the" more
Director Ed Shea feels that the world - or at least his audiences - needs more laughter. This summer and on into the fall season, he is providing them at his Warren theatre. Neil Simon's dated, corny but hilarious The" more
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