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Ray Pontbriant is completely blind, mostly deaf and has a developmental delay, but there is nobody else in the state, maybe the country, that you’d rather have repair your antique chair. With … more
Warwick’s Gamm Theatre has snatched another U.S. premiere straight from England. “The Night Watch,” Hattie Naylor’s adaptation of Sarah Waters’ best selling novel, is directed by Tony … more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Dragon Ball Super: Broly *** out of five stars The 20th animated film based on the world of the internationally-beloved series, Dragon Ball Super: Broly reinvents a character from the franchise's past in a whole new more
Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER Walk through the doors of Cranston's latest restaurant and you will be greeted by the employees with a hearty, Welcome to Firehouse Subs!" A large mural on the wall depicts the local firefighters working together to fight" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Burbage Theatre's artistic director, Jeff Church, takes center stage as Thom Pain, Will Eno's one-man, one-act, free-flowing, absurd play about a man searching for meaning in his life. Thom runs rampant for 70 minutes, more
According to data from Charity Navigator and Giving USA, slightly more than $410 billion was given to charitable causes in 2017. Philanthropy helps nonprofit groups and the people they serve, and … more
It all started 10 years ago with a small food drive, explained Regency Cigar Emporium owner Michael Correia shortly after handing over a $30,000 check to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank... more
GLASS * * (Shyamalan's folly) M. Night Shyamalan will always be remembered for The Sixth Sense, a great suspense movie with a classic twist. Unfortunately, his subsequent movies have never come close to the cleverness of his only success. Glass" is a" more
Like almost everyone else, I have a pair of well worn, comfy jeans. This treasured old pair usually cradles my legs and butt in relaxing softness; they have grounded me during the multitude of emergency room visits for my kiddos, the many weekend trips more
Combining the theme of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” with modern day teens engaged in cyberbullying makes for a thought-provoking, intense play by Philip Hawkins. The new play, cleverly staged … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER In both the cinema and the theatre, there is a trend to discover stories for, about and by women. Kevin Broccoli has opened Epic Theatre's 2019 season with a serious, tense production of Spanish playwright Federico Garcia more
Trinity Rep will continue its 2018-19 season with the electrifying tale of Macbeth - a Shakespearean thriller that bursts at breakneck speed with more suspense, murder, and madness than a blockbuster film. Directed by Curt Columbus, who was most more
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