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Family Fun Nights are back at Roger Williams Park Zoo as part of the zoo's annual Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular sponsored by Citizens Bank. Family Fun Nights offer lively and family friendly evenings for guests of all ages, featuring costumed characters, more
The Wilbury Theatre Group opens its 2019/20 Main Series season with Samuel Beckett's existential masterpiece Waiting for Godot, which runs in performances through October … more
By DON FOWLER Last Saturday night was a busy one in Providence, with WaterFire attracting thousands of people Downcity, along with a Bruins hockey game, and the opening of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra's 75th season. The concert was delayed more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Want to laugh until it hurts? I'm not lying when I tell you that Burbage Theatre's first production in their new home is two hours and 15 minutes of hysterical mayhem that will have you leaving the theatre chuckling. David more
Some bands have a sound that can't be pinned down, that defies easy classification. Providence-based Jowl is one of those acts, harnessing a cavalcade of punk, folk, funk, new wave and even a bit of hip-hop to create something purely original. 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
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
Cranston’s Letters To Jenny has achieved musical balance with its new EP, “Glitter and Gore,” which was released on Sept. 21. more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Whatever happened to Nora Helmer when she walked out on her husband and children in the door slam heard round the world" in the final scene of Henrik Ibsen's classic "A Doll's House?" Director Fred Sullivan Jr.'s response is" 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
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Everybody has a Buddy Cianci story. Trinity Rep gives us the full load in George Brant's overwhelming play, based on Mike Stanton's book and directed by Taibi Magar. From the opening, with the tremendous cast singing the more
Looking back, the '90s was a bit of a strange decade for music. Various styles had their moment in the sun, from grunge and alternative rock to gangsta rap and nu metal. more
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