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The Rhode Island Press Association will present an exclusive first-time Rhode Island screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary “Storm Lake,” on Thursday, Oct. 12, 7 p.m. at The … more
Eighty-eight year old Johnny Mathis walked onto the PPAC stage last Saturday night to a packed house, and there was a collective hush. Was this the crooner from the fifties and sixties whose … more
Like many other “older” people, my hearing has been diminishing. Hearing aids were prescribed, but during COVID, I stopped wearing them because every time my mask came off, they … more
On the outskirts of Pawtuxet Village, there’s a shop that’s a true outlier when it comes to collectibles, vintage objects and underground culture. When you walk in, you’ll see a … more
Guest conductors and artists are all in place for the 79th season of the Rhode Island Philharmonic as the orchestra searches for its next conductor following the untimely death of the beloved … more
Insulation can go a long way toward making a home more comfortable. Insulation reduces the transfer of heat from indoors and outdoors so homes stay more comfortable in both the winter and summer. … more
Regardless of which area of collecting you are involved in, whether it be toys, video games, furniture, decorative arts… you name it; collecting is cyclical. What makes something collectible … more
Reporter’s Note: Unable to write the first line of this feature, I took the story subject’s advice, and took a walk. “Walking’s a great way to clear your mind,” … more
Trinity Rep has chosen has chosen Talene Monahon’s prequel to “The Crucible” to open their 60th Anniversary Season in repertory with Sarah Ruhl’s ”Becky Nurse of … more
Certain bands exhibit a musical approach that’s expansive while providing a variety of material for whoever is listening. They don’t like to stick to a certain format or genre, but they … more
Being raised the way I was with a wonderful mother who never got angry about anything, I learned that any situation can be turned around from negative to positive.  For instance, when our house … more
On April 15, 1897, 41-year-old James Henry McCaffrey of Johnston made a legal appeal for himself or some other suitable person to be appointed guardian over his nieces, Mary and Susie Morris. The … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   A HAUNTING IN VENICE * * * (Spooky, Talky Whodunnit) Kenneth Branagh is back as detective Hercule Poirot. This time around the year is 1947 and he teams up with … more
Katerina McCrimmon brought down the house at the Providence Performing Arts Center last week with her magnificent portrayal of Fanny Bryce in the revival of Broadway’s hit show, “Funny … more
With the Historic Illustration Art Auction quickly approaching, the Historic Arms and Militaria department here at Bruneau and Co. Auctioneers has been busy researching and cataloging the fascinating … more
On Saturday September 30, the Clouds Hill Museum in Cowesett will host a free workshop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to educate guests about the native plants they can grow to preserve and expand pollinator … more
I love the show “The Amazing Race”, and, due to the wonders of modern television, last season’s show has been amazingly gracing my television screen recently. This reality program … more
The official start of Oktoberfest this year is September 16 as the fairgrounds known as Theresienwiese in the German metropolis of Munich becomes party central with an abundance of beer and pretzels … more
The interesting thing about a Shakespearean play is that theater groups  interpret the Bard differently, bringing their own interpretations of his words to the stage. Burbage Theatre, under … more
On Dec. 14, 1909, Wallace Elmer Tillinghast announced that he’d invented and built an airship unlike anything seen before. For months, people wondered if Wallace was one of the greatest … more
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