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First Night ushered in 2000 with a spectacular fireworks and laser show. Sept. 11, 2001, caused the temporary suspension of the arts and just about everything else, as people searched for answers and meaning, The arts slowly came back, and more
During the bread famine in 18th-century France when scores of peasants were starving, Marie Antoinette was reported to have said, "e;Let them eat cake!"e; She followed it up with the statement, "e;It is quite certain that in seeing the people who treat us so more
Since 1967, the Washington County Fair has taken place at 78 Richmond Townhouse Road in Wyoming. It has always had tons of food vendors, carnival games, a big ferris wheel and a bunch of live music. Because of COVID-19, the fair will be more
David Chartier is a hunter. His preferred target is birds, although he’s shot deer, squirrels, fish, foxes and even crabs. His choice of weapons is a Canon digital camera armed with a fixed … more
So being in the beauty industry for 40 years I was blessed with making a lot of friends. Some were moms, some were friends . but always I felt blessed by every person that came into my life. As a nail tech, when you hold someone's hands more
Knight Farm Walking Trail Western Cranston is home to one of the best forest walking trails in the state. Located on Laten Knight Road, directly across from Beechwood Drive, the entrance to the trail is marked by a small wooden plaque on a more
The best movies of the '90s included "My Left Foot" with Daniel Day Lewis, "Pretty Woman" with Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List," Martin Scorcese's classic crime film "Goodfellas," Kevin Costner's "Dances more
In November of 1891, the Olneyville Town Council passed an ordinance prohibiting private exhibitions of prizefights. Such a fight had already been scheduled to take place at the Rhode Island Athletic Club. John "The Boston Strong Boy" more
The Warwick Center for the Arts, located at 3259 Post Road in Warwick, is offering an Online Virtual Photography Class with Cindy Wilson on Aug. 12, Aug.26 and Sept. 9 from 5-7 p.m. The cost for members is $150, and the cost more
The Christmas/holiday season is when most people express their generosity and appreciation for secondary people they know, such as teachers, bosses, the mailman, the deliveryman and so forth. These individuals are gifted with mugs, boxes of candy and more
Warwick native and Pawtucket based singer-songwriter John Faraone is turning an undisclosed age on Aug. 2. If things were normal, he would probably be playing a birthday show at one of the many great music venues in Providence to celebrate more
In 2018, the band that I was in during the '80s, The Probers, reunited. David Ricci, a local record and movie producer, was interested in doing a documentary on the band. That, along with some rumblings of getting inducted into the Rhode more
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