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On Sept. 3, 1907, William Borden King wrote out his last will and testament. The 77-year-old was the son of John King and Lucretia (Paine), and the nephew of Samuel Ward King, the 15th governor of Rhode Island. more
Epic Theatre Company is has reunited the team from its smash production of Lauren Gunderson's "e;The Revolutionists"e; to produce the first major local revival of John Pielmeier's "e;Agnes of God."e; This searing story of a young nun faced with an impossible more
Cranston resident Dr. David Neves served as the director of bands and supervisor for 29 years in the adjacent town of Scituate, where he also taught jazz ensemble, orchestra, chorus, general music … more
There are many interesting stories of how people end up staying in Rhode Island. Sometimes is out of necessity due to a job or maybe even taking care of a family member. Other times, people discover the Ocean State's creative community and more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, will present global pop star Angélique Kidjo at The VETS on Saturday, … more
By DON FOWLER The three-day (and night) Rhythm and Roots Festival opened Friday afternoon with the granddaddy of Zydeco, Jeffrey Broussard and his Creole Cowboys, and closed late Sunday evening with one of the newer bluegrass-influenced bands, Railroad more
The term “family entertainment” usually turns out to be a way to promote a kid’s show that parents suffer through. Not so with Disney’s highly entertaining Broadway musical … more
Ed Helgran of Atwood Coin & Jewelry, at 1450 Atwood Ave., has a piece of advice for young people looking to take up a hobby. “You can buy a coin today that may 20 years from now be worth … more
LUCE * * * * (Psychological drama) Kelvin Harrison Jr. stars as Luce, a black boy adopted by a white couple (Naomi Watts and Tim Roth) at a young age after living with extreme danger and violence in an unnamed third world country. Luce is the ideal son: more
By DON FOWLER If the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra needed any assurance in their decision to hire conductor Bramwell Tovey, all they had to do was attend the first two concerts of the 2019-2020 season. Not only did Rhode more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The late, great playwright August Wilson has given us a play a decade, showing us the black experience in Pittsburgh. We've seen all of his plays at Trinity Rep, and they just keep getting better, right up to "e;Radio Golf,"e; more
By DON FOWLER Canadian conductor Tania Miller took over the Rhode Island Philharmonic podium for Bramwell Tovey with two weeks' notice, as the conductor was being treated for cancer. Tovey chose the program, reflecting the theme of veterans, especially more
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