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When riding with Steven to work the other day, he smiled and waved at a gentleman walking by the side of the street. Wearing khaki pants and a green shirt, the guy smiled back as Steven stopped the car and fished out a dollar bill from his pocket and more
By KELLY SULLIVAN In Lone Mountain Cemetery in San Francisco, California, lies murder victim Andrew Randall. Born in Johnston in 1819, he lived long enough to learn that money is indeed the root of all evil. The son of Samuel Randall and Marcy more
Music on the Hill opens its 45th season on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. with an outdoor concert featuring the Narragansett Brass Quintet, on the beautiful grounds of Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum … more
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM * * * * (Documentary about building a farm) John and Molly Chester were living in a small California apartment when they received an eviction notice because their beloved dog, Todd, barked all day while they were at work. John was more
By CINDY FERA Often, as we mature - Don't you like the way I say mature" and not "get old"? - we are confused about how to dress. We want to look cotemporary and sexy but not like we are shopping at Forever 21. Our bodies have changed and so has our" more
THE WHITE CROW * * * (Story of Nureyev's rise to fame) This interesting look inside the life and soul of Russian ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev is a two-hour saga of the contrasting cultures in Russia and Paris in the mid-1960s. We watch the young dancer more
JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 - PARABELLUM * * The third in the violent John Wick sagas picks up where we left the hitman, running through the dark, rainy streets of New York City with a multi-million dollar bounty on his head. Fans of the series will be more
In celebration of 86 years of Theatre By The Sea, owner and producer Bill Hanney is proud to announce the opening of the 2019 Summer Season. The season begins with the World Premiere of a brand new romantic screwball musical comedy, Love and Other more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The spirit of founder Adrian Hall is floating around the downstairs Dowling Theatre at Trinity Rep these days, along with the spirit of theatre of the absurd former director Anne Bogart, as director Brian Mertes pulls out all more
A nicely dressed elderly couple wanted to spend the day touring the mansions in Newport and decided it would be fun to take the trolley. While riding, they took in the sights along Bellevue Avenue enjoying the fresh breeze from the open window. Who in more
Atwood Greenhouses in Cranston was bustling on a recent Thursday as patrons enjoyed a bright, beautiful spring day. The sun illuminated the spectrum of colors lining the aisles, one of owner and … more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI POK MON DETECTIVE PIKACHU *** out of five stars The world-famous video game series comes to the big screen like you've never seen before. Tim Goodman (played by Justice Smith) is a young man who once aspired to become a more
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