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By ROB DUGUAY Ever since the mid-2000s, The Brother Kite has been an indie rock staple in Providence's music scene. Warwick resident Patrick Boutwell is the voice of the band while also lending his impeccable songwriting talents on guitar. Outside of more
Outdoor concerts and summer go hand in hand – especially at Cranston’s Garden City Center.Paul Borrelli of North Providence-based Borrelli Event Services remembers the early days of the … more
Jo Fisher is used to chauffeuring her four children around to music lessons, soccer games and even calculus contests. Sixteen-year-old Cranston High School East junior Eden Fisher missed her calculus competition at URI last week for the opportunity to more
Wynonna was at the Warwick Musical Theatre. Also at “The Tent” were George Carlin, The Beach Boys, Huey Lewis and the News, Kathy Matea, Howie Mandel and Reba (20 years ago she was still … more
Island Moving Company, Newport’s Contemporary Ballet will present its 10th annual summer dance festival July 14-21 on an outdoor stage on the gorgeous seaside lawn of St. Michael’s Country Day … more
On Wednesday, July 10, Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant opens “Funny Money,” directed by Daniel Lee White and written by Ray Cooney. Henry, a mild-mannered CPA, accidentally picks up the … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Edward Makin Swallow was a guard at the Rhode Island State Prison in Cranston when he committed an unspeakable act that shook the community. Born in Providence on July 24, 1876, to Edward Swallow Sr. and Mary Ann (Dobson), he had first more
By ROB DUGUAY It's par the course in Rhode Island for a musician to be involved in multiple bands. Drummers often play with the most different groups - some in five or more - but the same can go for guitarists, bassists, keyboardists and horn players. more
On June 6, the Hereford Entertainment Group, in partnership with the historic Park Theatre, will present the long-awaited return of one of Rhode Island's most celebrated musical sons - singer, songwriter and producer Jeffrey Osborne. It's been six years more
By KELLY SULLIVAN With its catalog of work spanning from 1928 to 1963, Fox Movietone News amassed one of the largest collections of news film reels in the country. Its library contains 75 million feet of footage covering 20th century news from around the more
For most people, the line that separates summer and fall comes at either the beginning of September or the equinox on Sept. 23. That doesn’t go for the folks in Johnston, though. Mayor Joseph … more
The good, the bad & the ugly(Not the movie)With only a half dozen or so good movies to see this past summer, and only an “It” sequel opening last weekend, reviewing movies has become … more
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