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The Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra, Rhode Island’s premier community-based orchestra, will present its season opening concert on Sunday, October 27 at 3 p.m. in the McVinney … more
By DON FOWLER I know exactly where I'm going to be this Labor Day weekend. The same place I've been since Chuck Wentworth started sponsoring the best music festival in Rhode Island 22 years ago. The Rhythm and Roots Festival returns once again to more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago William Damkoehler played Scrooge in Trinity Rep's 23rs annual "e;A Christmas Carol,"e; directed by Marc Lerman. Ricardo Pitts-Wiley played both Jacob Marley and Mr. Fezziwig. There were two separate casts that year, with Fred more
By DON FOWLER Dave Fullerton considers himself, first and foremost, a brew master. He has been brewing coffee since September when he moved into the space at 204 South Main St., Providence, formerly occupied by Cable Car Cinema. Dave offers a full range more
Cranston’s Letters To Jenny has achieved musical balance with its new EP, “Glitter and Gore,” which was released on Sept. 21. more
A keyboardist or a pianist can transform a relatively average sounding band into a full-fledged sonic arsenal. The way the instrument adds to the music's groove, tone and structure is fantastic. more
When he's not playing rugby, Barry Nickerson is writing. The Johnston native and current St. Louis resident has had a knack for it since his days attending Rhode Island College in Providence. more
Author Raina C. Smith has released Thy Kingdom Come, the third and final installment of her trilogy, The 13th Apostle. This is Smith’s fourth novel. “It is with great pride that I publicly … more
The highly acclaimed musical “Come From Away” came roaring into Rhode Island this week, warming the audience with its positive message about “doing unto others as you would have them do unto you.” more
Providence indie-pop act Crowded Rooms has a sound that can only be described as cinematic. It comes from a mutual appreciation that pianist Michael Higgs and multi-instrumentalist Richard Farrands - both from Cranston - have for film more
The New England premiere of the second Clare Barron play at Wilbury Theatre Group is “You Got Older,” which is told in a series of vignettes. Barron blends reality with fantasy of the … more
The Gamm Theatre’s artistic director, Tony Estrella, has taken the Christmas classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” adapted as “A Live Radio Play” by Joe Landry, and … more
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