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It is a good thing that I am not a world traveler because traditions in other countries are not the same as ours in the United States.  For instance, I love to joke around and joyfully laugh out … more
Homelessness is a sad aspect of our society that often gets overlooked. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report, it was … more
The Community Players, based at Jenks Auditorium in Pawtucket, are in their 101st season of providing quality theatre. Their 379th production is one of their all-time best, and the best … more
RIPO presents one of classical music’s most powerful works – Verdi’s Requiem on May 5 & 6, 2023.  Conducted by Interim Principal Conductor Tania Miller, the performance … more
I had this Friday night urge for Fish and Chips and wondered if the Harborside Lobstermania was still around, only to learn that it had been sold to the Finn family ten years ago. The restaurant … more
When Jenna Asselin gets nervous, she goes silent. Like many modern day students, the Johnston High School senior struggles with anxiety. It can creep into daily interactions. It can stop her … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   CHEVALIER* * * * (Joyce) * * * ½ (Don)Biographical Drama We have learned much history by watching biographical dramas based on real people who have led … more
When putting the toothpaste on my toothbrush yesterday, I flipped open the cap of the container, which normally stands upside down on the back of the sink.  The toothpaste came out so easily … more
She’s gone by such names including “The Maiden of Madness” and “Maiden X” for over a decade in a few different artistic capacities, but Providence musician Stephanie … more
John Davison Rockefeller Jr. arrived in RI from his home in NY on Oct. 8, 1901. Along with relatives and 15 security guards, he would be spending the night at the Narragansett Hotel where he had … more
Theatre By The Sea owner and producer Bill Hanney is thrilled to announce the opening of the box office for single tickets sales for the 2023 Summer Season, celebrating 90 Years of Theatre By The … more
YAS Chicken has taken Rhode Island by storm! Especially the Brown students that have been flocking to 272 Thayer St. for the tastiest, freshest chicken sandwich I’ve ever eaten.  The … more
Forget the magic brownies — how about a Del’s Lemonade designed to really help you chill out? Or perhaps some Original Italian Bakery pizza chips that give a new definition to the … more
“I saw Rob McClure play Adam on Broadway,” Will Burton told me, “and I knew that was the role I wanted to play.” Will Burton spoke to me from Atlanta where the popular … more
They didn’t teach history like this when I went to high school! “SIX-The Musical” is a non-stop, one act, hour and a half, energy packed delight. Nine powerhouse songs are … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   RENFIELD* * * ½(Funny, but bloody Dracula Flick) We’ve seen Nicholas Cage in a variety of weird roles over many years, but his portrayal of Dracula has … more
Now that I am older, I am dealing with some issues that could have been prevented had my life been lived differently when I was younger.  “Live and learn” is an apt saying, but it is … more
Sometimes within the creative community of Providence’s music scene, a few established veterans will get together to start a new project. Often these musicians have an extensive resume of … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and Music School proudly announces the upcoming residency of Ghanaian-American concert pianist, artist-teacher and scholar Dr. William Chapman Nyaho.  The … more
The average American earned between $500 and $1,000 per year. Bread was four cents a loaf, a quart of milk cost nine cents and sugar was priced at 30 cents per pound. It was the autumn of 1899 and, … more
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