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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
By ROB DUGUAY It's not uncommon in Providence's music scene for a drummer to be involved in multiple bands. When a musician shows talent behind the drum kit, word gets out and the offers start coming in to help start a new band or join an established more
Theatre-by-the-Sea closed its summer season with “Dames at Sea,” which featured Rhode Islander Jena Barrette.Cape Bretton fiddler Natalie MacMaster headlined the annual Rhythm and Roots … more
By DON FOWLER Cranston's own Artists' Exchange has been a leader in the arts community for many years, providing opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in enriching arts programs. This is the 14th year that the all-inclusive more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER While we usually think of Epic Theatre as the home for daring, cutting-edge theatre, Artistic Director Kevin Broccoli has an unusual treat awaiting us this summer. He has chosen E.B. White's classic children's novel, more
By DON FOWLER Back in the late 1950s Theatre-By-The-Sea brought in big Hollywood names like Dorothy Lamour to bring summer stock to Rhode Island. A young Rhode Islander by the name of Tom Roberts was spending the summer with his family in South County, more
The Community College of Rhode Island’s Knight Campus Art Gallery is now hosting its first exhibition of the fall semester, “On Earth: Paintings & Cross Over Images” by renowned artist Susan … more
The lifestyle of a creative person involves many projects and tasks. One day can be dedicated to writing a song, another can be spent making figurines or recording a video blog session. more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER You may remember the Crown Heights Riots in Brooklyn back in 1991. The community exploded as the African-American community clashed with their Hacidic Lubavitcher Jewish neighbors after a car driven by a Jewish man kills a more
In support of its commitment to theater for all, Trinity Repertory Company announces its May 11, 2 p.m. Sensory-Friendly Plus! performance of Little Shop of Horrors. Designed to meet the needs of children and adults on the autism spectrum, and/or more
By ROB DUGUAY Providence rock act The Quahogs walk a fine line between a variety of styles. Some of their songs showcase the sensibility and intimacy often associated with folk. Some have a rough and rowdy garage rock vibe. Still others have a country more
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