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By ROB DUGUAY It might sound redundant to say, but a big testament to the true talent of a band is how much better they get over time. Years playing together can bring new ideas when it comes to songwriting, whether it's incorporating different styles or more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER David Greig's "e;The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart"e; takes place in a pub and bed and breakfast on the Scotland/England border. It deals with life and death, is filled with clever rhyming couplets, but it is neither more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER 20% Diversity! That is the goal of Hillcrest Admissions Director Sherri Rosen-Mason, who at the same time is pushing her own white, privileged, connected, middle class son to get into Yale. That is the scene of this provocative, more
What makes RI beautiful, unique, quirky, fun-sized and home? William Heydt decides! The Wickford Art Association is thrilled to announce the return of its most popular exhibit, "e;Art of the Ocean State."e; This year's exhibit introduces jurist William Heydt more
Pizza and beer is a classic adult treat. You can find this combination at frat houses, bachelor apartments and late-night get-togethers all over the country. In Rhode Island, both pizza and beer are a big part of the local culture. Each more
The Wickford Art Association will feature the work of seven of its juried artist members - Sharon Alemany, Jodi Brown, Bonnie Jaffe, Paul Mello, Hiroko Shikashio, Frances Topping and Cindy Wilson - in an exclusive exhibit. This exhibit will run more
Back in the spring of 2015, one of the most unlikely things to ever happen in the history of Rhode Island's music scene occurred. A bunch of kids from Warwick in a band called Public Alley won the 95.5 WBRU's Rock Hunt. more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Quiara Alegria Hudes' contemporary road trip musical tackles a variety of problems in our society, including immigration, documentation, broken families, abandonment and teenage suicide. The story involves an undocumented more
By KELLY SULLIVAN As over 500 people were interred within the walls of Roger Williams Mausoleum, located on Cyr Street in Cranston, the loved ones they left behind never imagined that this resting place would not be eternal. In 1926, Thomas Cullinan more
By DON FOWLER Meadowbrook Theatre in Warwick closed. Perishable Theatre presented Mac Wellman's avant garde "e;Girl Gone,"e; starring Casey Seymour Kim and David Tessier. Johnny Depp starred in Roman Polanski's occult mystery, The Ninth Gate. Brian DePalma's more
The Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) has been nominated for a New England Emmy Award. The Board of Governors of the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) notified Flickers about more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER John Pielmeier's tale of a young nun suspected of murdering her newborn baby is given a riveting performance by a trio of very fine actresses at Kevin Broccoli's Epic Theatre. Lynne Collinson, an experienced actor/director, more
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