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We have been big fans and supporters of the Rhode Island International Film Festival for as long as we can remember. Every August (Aug. 4-9 this year) we sit in dark, air conditioned theatres at RISD, Vets and other locations around the more
Joyce and I both grew up in Yankee families. Hot dogs and beans on Saturday nights. Pot roast and mashed potatoes on Sunday afternoon. Bologna sandwiches in brown paper bags for school lunch. When we left for college, it was pizza and more
Rhode Island alt-folk funk jam fusion act The River Provides have a knack for finding a tight rhythmic pocket and melding it with powerful lyrics. The rhythms come from Warwick natives Alex Agudelo on the keys, Rion Ramkalawan on the drums more
Richard Boudreau has a gift. He sees things where others don’t. Yes, he sees a shovel. But he also sees the shell of a turtle, the torso of a saxophonist or the tail of a fish – or … more
Though Trinity Rep stages and classrooms are temporarily shuttered to protect public health and safety, Rhode Island's Tony Award-winning theater is generating digital content and creating virtual events and classes, so that "e;the show goes on."e; Content more
In 1862, on over 40 acres of land, the town of Johnston constructed one of the largest poorhouses in Rhode Island, to care for the sick, elderly and poor who had no means of support. The … more
Epic Theatre Company is proud to premiere its brand-new digital series, entitled “Stay Safe, Stay In,” featuring programming specifically designed for a mobile audience during a distracting time. The programming is spread out over multiple platforms and will continue to roll out over the next few weeks. more
After a brief interlude in a group format, Jim Robitaille is back inside the sparse and generous spaces of his trio. Flanked by Bill Miele on electric bass and Chris Poudrier on drums, Robitaille sounds as if he's returned home after being away for a more
Last week I drove back to Rhode Island with a carful of people and their belongings, my daughter, Marie, her caretakers/friends and their two children. It was a loooooong drive. As a person who is aversive to driving to our tiny house in New Hampshire, more
Even in a situation like the current COVID-19 crisis, musicians can still collaborate to create something new. Of course, that's if they practice social distancing and work together using the connectivity that the internet provides. more
News of the passing of Bill Withers at age 81, a giant among music writers and performers, marked a bittersweet loss - but also an immense pride - because Bill was a true icon in our native West Virginia. Like Bill, I was part of a rural more
If you are like me, you love your hairdresser. I've worked in the beauty industry for over 40 years and I know that the relationship between a stylist or nail tech and a client is very special. Unfortunately, most of us are stuck now, because of the more
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