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The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School's fall 2021 enrollment period is underway for lessons, classes, and ensembles open to students of all ages and ability levels. "Music School students are thriving thanks to our lessons, classes and ensembles, more
To dovetail with National Arts in Education Week, Sept. 12-18, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) announces additions to its Rhode Island Teaching Artist Roster. The Roster is a list of teaching artists and arts organizations who have more
Aurea Ensemble and Festival Ballet Providence are proud to announce an exciting collaborative program, "Daybreak," inspired by Langston Hughes' iconic poem, "Daybreak in Alabama." The program will include Aurea's signature blending of poetry, harmonica more
American Medals presented during the late 18th and early 19th century are exceedingly rare and there are few examples known from the Revolution period to the War of 1812. About five years ago I had … more
Notable Works Publication and Distribution Co. Inc. will host a live performance on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 1 p.m. at the North Providence Union Free Library, 1810 Mineral Spring Ave., North Providence, featuring some of the poets included in two of more
Bingo games have returned to the Johnston Senior Center. At 2 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, Johnston Senior Center members can try their luck on the Bingo cards again. During the … more
At the Warwick Showcase THE CARD COUNTER **** (Surreal, eclectic and downright bizarre) Three movies opened at the Showcase last weekend. One is another monster movie. The second is a faith-based movie. We chose the third, a surreal, eclectic, downright more
As part of extension activities for the FoodWorks project in partnership with edible RHODY, Wickford Art Association will present a Food & Art Market on Sunday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the Green at North Kingstown Town Beach and in the WAA more
By KELLY SULLIVAN When Thomas Greene of Glocester died in June of 1885, his 53-year-old widow, Mary (Burlingame), inherited his real estate and personal property, which was considerable. Upon her death, it would be dispersed to their children according more
Pet Walk with Blessing of the Animals and Costume Contest Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter will host its 14th annual Pet Walk with Blessing of the Animals and Costume Contest on Saturday Oct. 2, at the beach in Warwick City Park, Asylum Avenue, more
Art has long been a major part of Susan Brescia’s life, on both personal and professional levels. A self-taught musician since her youth, she plays guitar, ukulele, piano, mandolin and … more
By ROB DUGUAY Typically, when it comes to making anything, the more time it takes the better the result. It's usually noticeable when something is hastily created versus being done deliberately. For the Providence pop rock trio The Dust Ruffles, this is more
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