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By ROB DUGUAY It can be quite intriguing when a talented band comes from the oddest of places. Take Johnston, for instance - a town known to many for its pizza strips and the debate over which bakery has the best. You wouldn't necessarily believe that more
Blood shortages have not ceased during the coronavirus pandemic, and the Rhode Island Blood Center and Johnston High School are once again teaming up to rise to the challenge. Account manager … more
Corwin’s wide-set eyes, long legs and whiskers can be captivating. Or could it be his long ears resting on his shoulders that make him so endearing? Corwin, a rabbit with red sneakers in a … more
By JOHN HOWELL Looking for a safe place away from the coronavirus? Then get on a plane, no matter where it is going. That was the underlying message from United Airlines and the Rhode Island Airport Corp. on the morning of Oct. 29 as they walked news more
By ROB DUGUAY Smithfield's Kaitlyn Tarro doesn't like to put her music into one style. She doesn't consider her songs to be classified to a single genre, and honestly that's refreshing. She has a genuine love for performing and is willing to be a part of more
By ROB DUGUAY Warren-based label 75orLess Records has done an enormous amount for music in Rhode Island and Southern New England since it started back in 2006. Before it was a label, 75orLess was a music review site conceived in 2001 by Mark "e;Slick"e; more
A phantasmagoric symphony of international genre films return to the Ocean State as the Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival launches its 21st annual Flickers' Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Film Festival (VORTEX), Oct. 17-25. This year more
By ROB DUGUAY As we've examined before, music has a knack for bringing people together. Often this happens with bands - duos, trios, quartets, or groups with even more members. But what about bringing hundreds of folks together? That's may seem more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Within the hallowed grounds of Warwick's Brayton Cemetery lie the bones of a man once known as a living skeleton. Orrin Henry Perry was born March 22, 1851, in South Kingstown. The son of John Rolland Perry and Lucy Ann (Tefft), Orrin more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) announces that it will delay the opening of its Season 36 subscription season until fall 2021. With the previously planned five-play lineup on hold, the organization will focus its efforts on virtual more
When I first hit my 50s, the ads for AARP came my way. They touted all of the benefits, and offered a variety of free gifts: a handy dandy carry all that would fit all of my odd and ends, along with free games on their app to keep my mind stimulated. I more
Autumn Auction in the Courtyard Oct. 24, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free and open to the public Join us in the courtyard for a silent auction, art sale, and art-making activity. On a beautiful autumn day, why not get an early start on your holiday shopping by more
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