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Warwick’s former mayor, Joe Walsh, saw his first Broadway play when he was 35 years old. “I grew up on Prairie Ave. in Providence, and we didn’t have an opportunity to go to the theatre,” … more
By DON FOWLER Looking for something different for your Christmas shopping this year? Head on over to Edgewood Congregational Church, 1788 Broad St. in Cranston, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. for their Old Fashioned Bazaar & Alternative Market. The bazaar more
By ROB DUGUAY Think of a band that mirrors the energy of The Pixies and Sonic Youth, but with a bit of a twang. That's what you get with Tall Teenagers. They've been ripping up the Providence music scene since their beginnings in 2016. Vocalists and more
Successful Rhode Island songwriter and author Greg Lato has released his first children's book, Try, an endearing paean to making an effort, in all its shapes and forms. Try is meant to be an interactive book; not only in song but in visuals. It more
Trinity Rep has a proven track record with Shakespeare. This is the company’s third “Macbeth.” Their current production of the Bard’s “Scottish Play” is given a lively, raw, American … more
Gamm Theatre presented Harold Pinter’s “The Homecoming,” directed by Judith Swift and starring a young Tony Estrella. The Academy Players did Henry Miller’s “All My Sons.” Trinity … more
Review By DON FOWLER I don't remember having so much fun at the opera as I did Saturday night at the R.I. Philharmonic's tribute to Italian composers Rossini, Puccini, Mascagni and Respighi. Technically, it wasn't all opera on the program. Guest more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER American playwright Sam Shepard knows how to get your attention, grab you by the throat, and never let go until the lights go out. His True West" was written for theatre companies that can provide great actors who can" more
By ROB DUGUAY Getting people dancing is at the heart of ska music. The style, when performed live, can be better at making people move than the best DJ. On April 20, RI Ska Productions will present a night full of ska tunes at Revival Brewing Company in more
By FRANCESCA MARONI It takes a special mix of vision and talent to bring new life to works by William Shakespeare. Director Christin L. Goff has both, in addition to a troop of passionate actors behind her. Presenting Edgewood with an opportunity to view more
By DON FOWLER The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra closed its 2018-2019 season with Guest Conductor Alexander Mickelthwate leading the orchestra in a rousing rendition of Shostakovich's Ninth Symphony, Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, and more
Jo Fisher is used to chauffeuring her four children around to music lessons, soccer games and even calculus contests. Sixteen-year-old Cranston High School East junior Eden Fisher missed her calculus competition at URI last week for the opportunity to more
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