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The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) is launching a Tell Us Your Stories" campaign in honor of the Loew's Theatre Building's 90th Anniversary. Anyone who has attended an event at the theatre can submit photos of themselves and their" more
Review By DON FOWLER When Jeff Church decides to put on a show, take heed! Church has teamed up with two of his Burbage Theatre cohorts, James Lucey and Andrew Iacovelli, to put on London's longest running comedy, The Complete Works of William" more
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT* * * ½ (More of the action-packed series)We miss the old “Mission Impossible” TV series. They were more cerebral and cleverly constructed.However, the … more
SKYSCRAPER * * (Father saves family from burning building) Father saves family from burning building. That's what the previews suggest, but the storyline is much more complicated...and ridiculous. Dwayne Johnson plays an Army vet who has lost his leg more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER The Rice/Webber little musical based on a Bible story from Genesis, started as a 20-minute piece performed for schoolchildren. Since its beginnings in the early '70s, the little musical has been performed by thousands upon more
Growing up, our family traveled a great deal, but we managed to celebrate God every Sunday. It was always in a different church/synagogue/temple/shrine around the country, or at an impromptu non-denominational service at a campground, or sometimes just more
You never know what could happen Friday nights at the Warwick Center for the Arts. That is precisely what Daniel Lee White loves about the improv troupe he founded nearly ten years ago. Bring Your … more
Johnston Planning Board August 7, 2018 Agenda The Johnston Planning Board regular monthly meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, at the Johnston Senior Center located … more
Office of the Town Clerk Town of Johnston 1385 Hartford Avenue Johnston, Rhode Island 02919 (401) 351-6618 Notice is given pursuant to Rhode Island General Law § 3-5-17 that the … more
Officials remain tight lipped regarding the potential development of the large swath of land along Hartford Avenue near Route 295. With the Citizens Bank campus nearing completion, residents are wondering what might be in store next for Johnston. more
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