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By ROB DUGUAY Providence might have the nickname of being "The Creative Capital," but that sentiment definitely spreads over the entire state. There are numerous people taking on artistic projects all over Rhode Island and these people are often taking more
Like a few other musical styles, electronic dance music (also known as EDM) is very polarizing. The beats and drops can either get the listener amped up or turn someone off completely. There's also a lot of work that goes into getting this more
If you want to see a fascinating documentary with Rhode Island connections, check out "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me," available for free on YouTube and Amazon Prime Video. Warwick's Gloria Walker, who took Brian Belovich into her home when he more
After reviewing over three movies a week for the past 44 years, my life was drastically changed this March when movie theaters shut their doors. I had never subscribed to HBO, Showtime or many of the "e;movie"e; channels, having seen them all more
Mandatory coronavirus stay-home activity: Clean your house! Now is the perfect time to get rid of all the junk we have accumulated over 50 years in this old house. Our kids don't want our vintage collection of 8-track tapes, National more
By ROB DUGUAY The average length of a song is between three and five minutes. Sometimes music can extend longer than that, and those pieces are often formulated in the classical, progressive or jazz styles. With the 17-minute epic, "e;The Pews Are Ajar,"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
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
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
Phase three of Rhode Island's process of reopening is currently underway. With it comes numerous establishments reopening their doors and some restrictions being lifted, even though social distancing and wearing masks in public are still in 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
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
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