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By ROB DUGUAY A song can immediately grab hold of the listener when it becomes a creative vessel of the artist's energy. If there's a flurry of rhythms, a steady beat and some solid guitar chords, chances are the music is going to get noticed. One track more
At the Warwick Showcase THE NIGHT HOUSE **½ (Psychological horror) The problem with “The Night House” is that it doesn’t know whether to be a psychological drama … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Twenty-one-year-old Grace Buxton of Oakland Beach had plans to go berrying and enjoy a picnic on the afternoon of Aug. 8, 1921. Grace lived alone with her father, house carpenter Frederick Buxton. Her mother, Beatrice, had died of more
Music on the Hill invites audiences to share chamber music, presenting four indoor concerts just before Labor Day. Programs feature portions of 2020's postponed festival, in shorter concerts without intermissions. The one-hour concerts are presented more
Theatre review by DON FOWLER So you've seen the musical more than once, on the stage and at the movies. You've even seen the movie sequel. And you've heard the Abba album a zillion times. Theatre By The Sea owner/producer Bill Haney is betting on you more
Just in time for fall, the South County Museum is getting cozy with its 35th annual Folk Art Quilt Show. The event offers an inside look into the time-honored process of quiltmaking, and will be held Sept. 24-26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Each year, the Metz more
Bryce Edward Kingsley Turbitt Bryce Edward Kingsley Turbitt, son of Kylah and Joshua Turbitt of Warwick, was born June 27, 2021, at 11:14 a.m. at Kent Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches long. Bryce is the grandson of Victoria Shchyupakov and more
Driving to work the other day, I almost hit a rabbit trying to scurry across the street. I stopped the car, of course, and hurried the creature along in my mind, urging its tiny feet to hop, hop, hop. It was so adorable with gray and white fluffy fur, more
In March 2020, I had to shut down my business. I run an Airbnb in Warwick Neck. The pandemic really took its toll on so many businesses, including mine. It was a dark time for me because I really liked hosting. I had no choice but to wait it out and make more
The long-awaited 23rd Rhythm & Roots Music, Dance and Food Festival will resume Sept. 3-5 at Ninigret Park in Charlestown with much-loved headliners, a jam band extravaganza, festival fan favorites and new voices that reflect the always-changing nature more
One of the things I think about when I harken back to the American Revolution, the Federal period, or the Civil War is the sound of fifes and drums. When I hear them today it helps bring me back to a … more
Heat. Humidity. Rain. These weather conditions have local mushroom enthusiasts calling 2021 a banner year for foraging. This July we saw unseasonably rainy weather, followed by heat, and August … more
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