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By PAULA MARTIESIAN It takes a special kind of person to commute from Florida to attend the Rhode Island School of Design. For four years Warwick painter Carolyn Kent did just that. A few days before the semester began, she'd load up her car and take the more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra presents a live-streamed holiday performance to worldwide audiences this weekend. On Saturday, Dec. 12, Broadway's Morgan James and pianist Teddy Abrams, stars of the Philharmonic's 2018 Gala concert, return to more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic impacting a number of traditional programs this holiday season, Rhode Island students were unable to hold their annual live holiday concerts in the State House. Each year in December, Rhode Island students perform at the more
By ROB DUGUAY Books and other types of publications can often influence music. For example, some of Led Zeppelin's discography is inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy novels "e;The Hobbit"e; and "e;The Lord Of The Rings."e; Progressive rock act Coheed and more
The holiday shopping season is underway at Garden City Center, and while Santa won't be making an appearance this year due to the pandemic, shoppers will find a festive atmosphere with weekend strolls featuring holiday lights and music, Santa's helpers more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) and The Public's Radio (89.3FM) have teamed up to co-produce the timeless classic "e;It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play,"e; which is above all, a celebration of the human spirit at a time when that spirit is more
By ROB DUGUAY Progressive rock is an open-ended style of music due to how much can be incorporated into it. There can be elements that range from classical and jazz to funk and blues in an extravagant display of structure that's purposely all over the more
West Bay Open Studios 2020 Due to the pandemic, the annual West Bay Open Studios tour featuring the work of local artists will be hosted entirely at Warwick Center for the Arts. The one-stop gallery show and sale will bring all participating artists more
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
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