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This year I will turn 65. One thing that I've noticed is that the older I get, the more doctor appointments I have. I'm generally in good health, but this year has brought a few bumps in the road. This morning, I went to have blood drawn. I know that more
By DON FOWLER There haven't been too many world-renowned artists playing Providence in the past year, but you can catch one of the best this Saturday at 5 p.m. Emanuel Ax, a Grammy Award-winning pianist, will join conductor Bramwell Tovey and the Rhode more
Joyce and I have reviewed an average of 3½ movies a week since the late ’70s. At its peak, there were five Showcase Cinemas to choose from. Garden City, Cranston, Cinerama and a … more
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) has announced its plans to reopen for Season 37 (2021-22) with a five-play lineup beginning at the end of September 2021. The season includes an Obie award-winner, a premiere of a late 19th-century classic more
Applications for a new round of funding for arts and culture workers from the Artist Relief Fund (ARF) are now available, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts has announced. The application deadline is June 14 at 8 p.m. To apply for a grant, sign more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Waldemer Barth was arrested in Johnston on Feb. 13, 1903, after authorities were alerted he was in the area. This was good news for the wealthy Perry Belmont of Newport, who Barth had swindled out of about $1,500. Thirty-three-year-old more
Rhode Islanders have never been so ready for summer. More than a year after the pandemic shutdown, a return to “normal” life has largely, finally, arrived. Most COVID-related business … more
Recently I was contacted by a person from the Midwest who found a powder horn in his grandmothers’ closet while cleaning out her estate. I know, I talk a lot about powder horns but each one is … more
As I drive around the city of Warwick, I'm amazed at all of the changes since 2020. Many local businesses have closed permanently. Others have had to tailor their hours and mode of operation to comply with state mandates. Among the businesses that really more
By ROB DUGUAY COVID-19 forced all of us to adapt. Since the pandemic's local onset in March of last year, institutions from grocery store and restaurants to schools and offices have had to find new ways forward. It was no different for The Artists' more
At the Warwick Showcase CRUELLA **½ (Joyce) *** ( Don) While I agree with Joyce that the story is dull and stupid, I did like the acting of both Emma Stone as Cruella and Emma … more
The Newport Restoration Foundation's Rough Point Museum will have the pleasure of welcoming Rhode Island's Poet Laureate Tina Cane to the museum's Formal Garden for a reading from her recently published works on Friday, June 4, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The more
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