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Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Talk about site specific! Wilbury Theatre has taken Annie Baker's sad, sweet and simple play about three lonely people in dead end jobs at a failing movie theatre and set it at Providence's Cable Car Cinema. The movie more
Trinity Repertory Company is proud to announce the commission of a number of new playwrights and artists, including George Brant to write the stage version of The New York Times bestseller The Prince of Providence: The Life and Times of Buddy Cianci, more
Three incredible vocalists, an acoustic-electronica band from Manchester, England, a team of outstanding musicians/producers who have joined forces to create one of today's hippest groups, a dynamic pianist and television bandleader and the world's more
The mom and dad joyously bring their new baby home from the hospital. He has mom's eyes and dad's chin, and screams like his mom did on the roller coaster at Six Flags, only his screaming doesn't stop. They've tried swaddling him, rocking him, white more
On Sunday, March 11, I went to the foot of Shaw Avenue in Cranston to see the new Edgewood Yacht Club. The old clubhouse, built in 1908 by Murphy, Hindle & White, withstood the 1938 hurricane and … more
To the Editor:The letter published on March 20, 2018, titled “Health registry bills should be permanently put to rest,” contained a number of important inaccuracies.Most significantly, … more
Cranston Hall of Fame deadline approaches The Cranston Hall of Fame is looking for submissions for the 38th class of inductees. Deadline for submissions is April 18. The Induction ceremony will take place on Nov. 2. All details about how to nominate a more
Brendan Bolliger Hayward, 40, of Los Angeles, CA, took his own life on February 23, 2018 after a long struggle with drug addiction. Born on March 12, 1977 in Rhode Island, Brendan graduated from … more
By JEN COWART Cranston High School West senior Kailyn D'Elena was recently notified that she won first place in the Wickford Art Association's prestigious art competition. The recognition has earned D'Elena $2,500 as well as a booth in the equally more
By JEN COWART Art representing every school across the city is now on display for the Cranston Public Schools' citywide visual arts exhibition at the Central Library in Cranston. The opening reception for ArtsFest 2018 took place Monday night from 6:00 more
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