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DJing is a special skill that can often go overlooked. A sonic awareness is needed to figure out which songs have a good transition between one another, and a good taste in music is also key. Since 2014, Providence resident Abby Duren has more
By DON FOWLER Emily Diggle, a senior at Warwick's Pilgrim High School, sat with 35 other members of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Symphony Orchestra in the Vets Auditorium Green Room eating pizza and cookies. The talented students had just finished more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Jeff Church, known for his innovative approach to theatre, has taken Christopher Marlowe's provocative historical play about the 14th century gay king and substituted female actors for male roles. And it works! There more
By DON FOWLER Dave Fullerton considers himself, first and foremost, a brew master. He has been brewing coffee since September when he moved into the space at 204 South Main St., Providence, formerly occupied by Cable Car Cinema. Dave offers a full range more
Having worked in the wellness and beauty industry for over 40 years has taught me a lot. I've seen many women and men lose weight. I've also seen them gain the weight back and then some. What I've noticed is that the people that succeed in keeping the more
First Works has scheduled four internationally known arts groups for its 2020 winter/spring series. The first came from right here in Rhode Island, as Aurea presented “Of Nature Composed” … more
CLEMENCY * * * ½ (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Psychological study of a prison warden) Joyce was fascinated by this psychological study of a prison warden dealing with the death penalty. … more
THE GENTLEMEN * * * (Crime drama) Matthew McConaughey stars as Mickey, a suave, calculating American who has built a marijuana growing and distribution dynasty in London. When Mickey decides that it is time to get out of the business and sell to the more
Last weekend was the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Annually on that long weekend, I volunteer to work with a winter camp for children who are blind and visually impaired sponsored by the RI Lions Sight Foundation. By "e;work"e; I mean staying at the Indian more
Rhode Islanders know the basic story of Roger Williams well. He was the founder of Providence, a refugee from nearby Massachusetts whose devotion to religious liberty has resounded through the ages, … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Blanche Irene Maver grew up on Pleasant Street in Quincy, Massachusetts, as the oldest child of granite stonecutter George Maver and his wife Annie (Cole). By the time she was a teenager the family had moved to North Pearl Street in more
Providence indie-pop act Crowded Rooms has a sound that can only be described as cinematic. It comes from a mutual appreciation that pianist Michael Higgs and multi-instrumentalist Richard Farrands - both from Cranston - have for film more
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