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When will the multiplexes open? Too bad they tore down the Hillside and Shipyard drive-ins! Rustic and Misquamicut are doing quite well, thank you. Meanwhile, the two huge Showcase Cinemas in Warwick sit empty as corporate tries to come up with a plan. more
Warwick native and Pawtucket based singer-songwriter John Faraone is turning an undisclosed age on Aug. 2. If things were normal, he would probably be playing a birthday show at one of the many great music venues in Providence to celebrate more
By ROB DUGUAY For the past couple of months, COVID-19 has forced people from various walks of life to make adjustments. Folks who usually work in an office have been bringing the office home, restaurant employees have been taking their dishes out to the more
Phase three of Rhode Island's process of reopening is currently underway. With it comes numerous establishments reopening their doors and some restrictions being lifted, even though social distancing and wearing masks in public are still in more
The Warwick Center for the Arts, located at 3259 Post Road in Warwick, is offering an Online Virtual Photography Class with Cindy Wilson on Aug. 12, Aug.26 and Sept. 9 from 5-7 p.m. The cost for members is $150, and the cost more
Knight Farm Walking Trail Western Cranston is home to one of the best forest walking trails in the state. Located on Laten Knight Road, directly across from Beechwood Drive, the entrance to the trail is marked by a small wooden plaque on a more
Due to ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19 and public safety, The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) is rescheduling the start of Season 36 from this September to January 2021. A revised calendar for the full five-play lineup will be announced more
On your left is the water; on your right is an old-growth forest. Along the way are ball fields and a sandy beach. Warwick City Park is the perfect place to spend a few hours, a chance to get away from it all. Located at the end of Asylum more
The best movies of the '90s included "My Left Foot" with Daniel Day Lewis, "Pretty Woman" with Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List," Martin Scorcese's classic crime film "Goodfellas," Kevin Costner's "Dances more
By DON FOWLER The arts community is used to fighting for federal funding for the arts, speculating as to what it would be like living without them. Thanks to this nasty virus, we are getting a bitter taste - a reality check - of just what an impact it more
News of the passing of Bill Withers at age 81, a giant among music writers and performers, marked a bittersweet loss - but also an immense pride - because Bill was a true icon in our native West Virginia. Like Bill, I was part of a rural more
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