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J.L. "Lynn" Singleton, president and CEO of the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC), has announced that due to the national touring industry's decision to reset national tours and schedules this winter through the late fall of 2021, PPAC will not be more
Workshops performances of "The Race," a new play written by Mark Binder and directed by Brien Lang, will be held live via Zoom on Dec. 4 and Dec. 6. In "The Race," two jobseekers from vastly different backgrounds vie for the same position in a large, more
By ROB DUGUAY It can be quite intriguing when a talented band comes from the oddest of places. Take Johnston, for instance - a town known to many for its pizza strips and the debate over which bakery has the best. You wouldn't necessarily believe that more
On Monday, Nov. 16, historian Brian Wallin will take participants for a virtual ride on the Seaview Trolley, from East Greenwich to Narragansett Pier. From the early 1900s, this Toonerville Trolley-style electric transport carried products from nearby more
By ROB DUGUAY Punk rock is at its best when it can sonically sock you in the senses. Your ears hear the electricity coming from the riffs and rhythms while your body has a tingly sensation that gets you all riled up. I'm not talking about that pop stuff more
The Wickford Art Association, a 450-member nonprofit organization, has announced its full schedule of 2021 exhibits and gallery-based events, including two art shows/sales, new collaborative programming with Edible Rhody magazine, and even a celebrity more
A powerful and compelling documentary film, shot partially in Rhode Island, will have its television premiere on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. on Rhode Island PBS as part of weekly TV series, "e;doubleFEATURE,"e; presented by Flickers. "e;Etched in Glass: The more
By ROB DUGUAY I don't mean to make anyone feel old, but going viral on the internet has been a thing for nearly 25 years. Kind of crazy to think about, right? The art of it has evolved a bit, going from memes and emojis to YouTube videos to social media more
Celebrating local artists The Warwick Center for the Arts invites members of the community to enjoy its 34th Annual Rhode Island Open, juried by Michael Rose. This fabulous exhibit features over 60 pieces of original artwork by Rhode Island-based more
A phantasmagoric symphony of international genre films were given their due with the wrap of the 21st Annual Flickers' Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Film Festival through adjudicated awards. The Festival celebrated and showcased imagination and more
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) announced today that Council member Loren Spears has been appointed to the board of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA). the professional association of the nation's 56 state and more
Jean Williams of Middletown still has the sewing machine her mother gave her when she was 16. And she puts it to good use. Usually by this time of year she will have done multiple craft shows where she sells her blankets, towels and scarves. But the more
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