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Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER I was looking for that special restaurant to take my wife for her birthday. Living in Rhode Island for over 50 years and doing restaurant reviews for this newspaper for almost that long made the decision very difficult. It more
The Park Theater in Cranston was full on Friday night as the United States Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors played their final concert of a 40-day tour. The concert, which took the audience on a whirlwind tour of the 100-year history of more
For the 19th consecutive year, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will help brighten the holiday season for hundreds of local children with its annual “Holiday Giving Tree.” Since Friday, November … more
The Wickford Art Association will hold its annual Little Picture Show and Sale from Friday, November 25 to Saturday, December 24 at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown. During the show, 35 to 40 member-artists will display their work in all media. Original more
Over the holidays I had a wonderful time visiting with relatives from out of state, and visiting out of state with relatives. One of the topics of conversation, especially on New Year's Day, was What is your New Year's resolution?" Mine are a little" more
Our family has the unfortunate dilemma of having all three of our cars disabled. (Children with disabilities I can handle, cars, not so much.) Hubby purchased a new (used) work van, but due some out of state issues, he is unable to register it, so his more
Jo-Ann Ragosta, chairperson of the ARTS Scholarships 2017 program, along with the members of the Community Outreach Committee of the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC), announced that applications for the ARTS Scholarships 2017 program are more
AIDS Care Ocean State (ACOS) will hold their first ever Monster Ball and Costume Contest at the Omni Hotel in Downtown Providence presented by YELP! Providence Friday, October 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available in advance at more
First Night was still going strong in Rhode Island, with a number of Cranston artists welcoming in 1997. Edgewood's Kathleen Pletcher, now the executive director of FirstWorks RI, produced the Ragabash Puppet Theatre's Imaginatino Market, a more
The Department of Theatre, Dance and Film celebrates the Providence College centennial year with Thornton Wilder's classic play about everyday life in a small New England community. A minimalist theatrical style distinguishes this 1938 Pulitzer more
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