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“Little Shop of Horrors” is one funny, campy musical. Director Tyler Dobrowsky takes all the silliness and makes it sillier and funnier by setting the musical in Providence and making his … more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER American playwright Sam Shepard knows how to get your attention, grab you by the throat, and never let go until the lights go out. His True West" was written for theatre companies that can provide great actors who can" more
By ROB DUGUAY Getting people dancing is at the heart of ska music. The style, when performed live, can be better at making people move than the best DJ. On April 20, RI Ska Productions will present a night full of ska tunes at Revival Brewing Company in more
Review By DON FOWLER I don't remember having so much fun at the opera as I did Saturday night at the R.I. Philharmonic's tribute to Italian composers Rossini, Puccini, Mascagni and Respighi. Technically, it wasn't all opera on the program. Guest more
MISSING LINK * * * (Clever family cartoon comedy with message) Missing Link makes for a perfect family movie for April vacation week. Even teenagers may like it. Zack Galifianakis is the voice of Mr. Link, that missing link in the chain between animals more
One of my happy spring memories is the fact that my mom was so involved in school activities. She was the PTA chairperson and the editor of the school newsletter. One year, it was entitled “Spring … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN William Eddy of Johnston came from a potato-farming family. A machine-shop toolmaker himself, he resided on Common Street in Providence with his Georgian wife, Isabelle, and their son, Nelson. Nelson Ackerman Eddy was born in Johnston more
Setting the tempo: Noya, RIPO's multitasking resident conductor, has no plans to slow down By DON FOWLER Perhaps best known for his conducting of the popular Summer Pops concerts at Narragansett Beach, Roger Williams Park, the Bristol Fourth of July more
By CINDY FERA The sweet smell of spring air. Finally hearing the birds chirping. Best of all, seeing the crocus, tulips and daffodils poking through the ground seeking out the warmth of the sun. These are all signs that spring is finally here. Another more
Jo Fisher is used to chauffeuring her four children around to music lessons, soccer games and even calculus contests. Sixteen-year-old Cranston High School East junior Eden Fisher missed her calculus competition at URI last week for the opportunity to more
Warwick Musical Theatre’s founder, Buster Bonoff, was elected to the Rhode Island Hall of Fame.Conimicut’s newest restaurant, De Ja, offered a taste of Thai, with a hint of American, … more
One of our favorite Warwick restaurants reopened last weekend after some major renovations. Iron Works is now a member of the Newport Restaurant Group The bar is bigger and more open and the … more
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