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By ROB DUGUAY One of the many things that makes New England great is that we get to experience all four seasons. Spring brings hope and excitement, summer gets people out and about on the beach and fall is beautiful with the falling leaves and crisp air. more
By ROB DUGUAY Collaborations in music are always interesting, but how can they be taken to the next level? How about when a couple bandmates, who each have their own solo projects and have guested on each other's tracks, join up to create a whole new more
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) has announced a new art exhibition on display at TF Green Airport's GREEN SPACE Gallery, which RISCA manages on behalf of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC). The new exhibition features works of more
The Wilbury Theatre Group has proudly been commissioned by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities to participate in Culture is Key, an initiative to "e;understand, test, and evaluate the role of cultural participation on our state's civic health."e; more
“The Green Book,” a 2019 Academy Award winning movie, depicted the humiliationsan African American classical musician faced while on a concert tour through the South in the 1950s. It … more
By DON FOWLER I met John Pannozzi a couple of years ago when he was a student at Rhode Island College. His counselor asked me to mentor him on the opportunities available in writing for publications (for which there are but few). John isn't much of a more
On Saturday, Feb. 20, Lina Gonzalez-Granados takes The Vets podium to conduct great music from the past and present. Grieg's exquisite "Holberg Suite"e; will be showcased along with rising composer Caroline Shaw's "e;Entr'acte"e; and Gabriela Lena Frank's more
Artist applications are now open for the annual Wickford Art Festival, which is slated for July 10-11, 2021. Produced by the Wickford Art Association since 1962, this year's festival will aim to feature top artists from the state, region and nationally more
By ROB DUGUAY We've had the pleasure of covering Warwick musician Nate Jones for the past couple of years. He's talked to us about being on the ballot for the Grammys and a few singles he's released, including "e;Wait For Me,"e; which came out right during more
The Ocean State Orchid Society will conduct its February meeting via Zoom. Speaker Carri Raven-Riemann will be presenting information about Phalaenopsis orchids. Phalaenopsis orchids, often called "e;moth orchids,"e; are commonly grown among beginner more
Traditionally, when the school year starts in the fall, thoughts of Saint Raphael Academy drama students turn to, "What will the play be this year?" In the time of the coronavirus, this year prompted, "Will we even be able to have a play this year?" With more
Theatre Review by DON FOWLER The Wilbury Theatre has established itself as an innovative theater that can adapt to just about any situation, including a pandemic. Director Brien Lang has taken Mark Binder's clever, interactive play, "e;The Race,"e; recruited more
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