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More than 40 years after the Vietnam War ended, an Army veteran’s dog tag recently found in Vietnam has been returned to his Warwick family thanks to a stranger half way across the world. It all … more
By DON FOWLER Friends had told us about this unique dining/drinking establishment at 334 Westminster St. in downtown Providence. Pretzels and beer. Excuse me: gourmet pretzels and craft beer! The Malted Barley reminds me of the old western saloons. A bar more
If you want to experience the incredible talent coming out of our colleges and universities, get over to Wilbury Theatre, where director Josh Short has assembled a cast of 11 young actors/singers in a magnificent production more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER British playwright Willy Russell wrote his one-woman, two-act play back in the eighties, where it won many theatre awards and was even turned into a movie. I saw Helen Reddy play the lead many years ago at Theatre-by-the Sea, more
By DON FOWLER Sam Hood Adrian spends much of his time away from his native Rhode Island these days working with “What Will the Neighbors Say?,” a new theatre group based in New York City. He … more
Katori Hall’s Olivier Award-winning play “The Mountaintop” kicks off 2017 at Trinity Repertory Company and continues the 53rd season, Ghosts of the Past, Dreams of the Future. Directed by Kent … more
Cranston’s Bonnie Baggesen was the stage manager for “Damn Yankees,” starring Jerry Lewis, which opened at the Providence Performing Arts Center March 18. Her first professional theatre … more
Comedian, best-selling author and panel regular on NPR's Wait, Wait.Don't Tell Me Paula Poundstone will play The VETS in Providence Thursday, November 30 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 and can be purchased online at TheVetsRI.com, by calling 421-ARTS more
Over the holidays I had a wonderful time visiting with relatives from out of state, and visiting out of state with relatives. One of the topics of conversation, especially on New Year's Day, was What is your New Year's resolution?" Mine are a little" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Vince Petronio has taken an old chestnut of a play and turned it into a tense, tight thriller at The Players, aka Barker Playhouse, America's Oldest Little Theatre. The intimate East Side theatre has been performing more
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