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Independent film director Brett Davey took a different approach when planning his latest movie. He asked his sons Timothy and Van - aged 9 and 12 - to star in the movie, help develop the story, and recruit their friends as actors. The result is The" more
Ocean State Theatre Company (OSTC) will host an open house on Saturday, June 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their comfortable stadium-style theatre located at 1245 Jefferson Boulevard in Warwick. Patrons will have the opportunity to access the auditorium to more
Foxwoods Resort Casino, in partnership with Bill Blumenreich Presents, announced that six-time Emmy Award winner Louis C.K. will take the stage at the Northeast's premier entertainment destination in Mashantucket later this month. The cultural icon will more
St. Paul Church of Edgewood will host a second session of “Alpha Talks,” the international dining and discussion series that focuses on different aspects of Christian faith. The weekly sessions … more
Roger Williams Park Zoo is kicking off the summer season on Memorial Day weekend with the return of fun, family-friendly events. Starting May 28, the giraffe feedings will open for the season, while the schedule for behind-the-scenes Harbor Seal more
When hubby and I left for vacation from Boston yesterday, we expected the usual airport and airplane challenges, and we were not disappointed. Just getting the luggage from the drop off point to the service counter was an Amazing Race" obstacle" more
Verdi Production of East Greenwich and Open Road Films has set a November 4 limited release for Bleed for This, the biopic story of boxer Vinny Pazienza, starring Miles Teller. After its platform bow, the pic from writer-director Ben Younger will more
The Hope Street Merchants Association (HSMA) will host its biggest annual event, the Hope Street Spring Block Party, Saturday, May 21 from 12 noon-6 p.m. The party is Providence's premier spring event, drawing thousands of people to celebrate in the more
Over 30 Cranston residents met last week at Cranston City Hall to set the ball in motion to reconstitute the Cranston Arts Commission. Councilman Steve Stycos, Council President John Lanni Jr. and Jeff Barone from the mayor's office were more
Trinity Repertory Company has announced that Jude Sandy has joined the resident acting company. Sandy, a Trinidadian native, graduated from Brown University in 2005 and Brown/Trinity Rep MFA program in 2009. Most recently, he played Jem in Trinity Rep's more
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