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Back in 2013 during an archaeology project I was volunteering on, we were finding musket balls from the first day of the American Revolution. I remember during a break talking to archaeologist Doug … more
The East Greenwich Art Club will meet for a presentation by Robert Horton: Starscapes and Constellations—“Easy” Astrophotography, on Tuesday, February 6th, at 7:00-9:00pm, at United … more
The Banjo Bob All-Stars Dixieland Band will bring New Orleans Jazz to the Warwick Public Library on Sunday, January 28, at 2 p.m. Also known as Dixieland and Traditional Jazz, New Orleans Jazz … more
Cranston-based artist Lee Ann Scotto Adams will be one of a select number of featured artists included in the Providence Art Club’s Third Annual Community Invitational Exhibition, opening … more
There’s an abundance of punk rock bands in the music scene around Providence and Rhode Island as a whole. Some of them unleash an aggressive hardcore essence, while others incorporate an upbeat … more
While slowly recovering from the RSV illness, the lyrics of an old Willie Nelson song, “on the road again,” echoed in my mind. Unlike his desire to hit the road for musical pursuits with … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE I.S.S. * * * (Space Thriller) There are six astronauts aboard the International Space Station—three Americans and three Russians. They live and work in harmony, … more
Isaac (Zach Gibb) comes home from Afghanistan after three years to find his dysfunctional family in absolute chaos. His sister, Max (Will Malloy) is now as transsexual. His abusive father, … more
For three weeks out of the year, Rhode Islanders are afforded the opportunity to celebrate an art so fundamental to the human experience that one might forget it’s an art at all: storytelling. … more
No Rhode Island Restaurant is more crowded in the summer than George’s of Galilee. Six dining rooms on two floors, a Tiki bar, a take-out window, and a huge outside dining area that leads … more
While being the original sonic format, instrumental music is still fairly unique these days. The vocals are often replaced with rhythms and arrangements while the vibe and feeling can come off as … more
On the night of Aug. 18, 1935, revelers gathered at the St. Rocco Society’s Feast Day celebration taking place in the Cranston village of Thornton. Eager to enjoy the fireworks, parade and … more
I had previously written that getting vaccinations for the various possible viruses floating about in the air was not in my repertoire, (although I have obtained the COVID vaccines.)  My excuse … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE THE BEEKEEPER * * * (Revenge/Vigilante Thriller) The next time our phone rings and it’s one of those computer scammers, I’m calling Jason Statham. Statham … more
You certainly need no introduction to the radio and online audiences of NewsTalk 99.7 & AM 630 WPRO. Still, how about giving us an overview of your responsibilities? Primarily, I report … more
This past weekend work took me out to the west coast for a few different reasons. While part of my time was spent at an event in Los Angeles, the rest of the time I was on the road to San Diego for a … more
When it comes to being a professional musician, versatility is key. You have to know how to play a ton of different songs while spanning numerous styles along with your own original material. … more
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