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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
DJing is a special skill that can often go overlooked. A sonic awareness is needed to figure out which songs have a good transition between one another, and a good taste in music is also key. Since 2014, Providence resident Abby Duren has more
Though Trinity Rep stages and classrooms are temporarily shuttered to protect public health and safety, Rhode Island's Tony Award-winning theater is generating digital content and creating virtual events and classes, so that "e;the show goes on."e; Content more
Acting. On camera. In the movies. Television shows. Ever thought about trying it? It starts here. How do you know if you are making the right impression? Or maybe you made the right impression but didn't book the job? Wonder why? Anne has a knack for more
By DON FOWLER The Providence Performing Arts Center opened the year with a two-week run of "e;Beauty and the Beast."e; The Cider House Rules was the first good movie of 2000. It starred Tobey Maguire, Michael Caine and Charlize Theron. Magnolia starred John more
Even in a situation like the current COVID-19 crisis, musicians can still collaborate to create something new. Of course, that's if they practice social distancing and work together using the connectivity that the internet provides. more
Music makes the world go round. It helps us to relax. It brings us joy. It helps to get us through tough times. Music is an important element in religious services, weddings, funerals, social gatherings and moments of solitude. And it will more
Theatre Review By TONY ANNICONE URI Theatre Department's first show of 2020 is "e;Richard III"e; by William Shakespeare. "e;Richard III"e; is a historical play by Shakespeare written in 1592 and is his second longest play after "e;Hamlet."e; It depicts the more
Epic Theatre Company is proud to premiere its brand-new digital series, entitled “Stay Safe, Stay In,” featuring programming specifically designed for a mobile audience during a distracting time. The programming is spread out over multiple platforms and will continue to roll out over the next few weeks. more
Cranston resident Dave Laros has a lot going on with music. He's the frontman and pianist for the Providence post-apocalyptic rock act Blackletter. He performs all over the Northeast and sometimes beyond as part of various dueling pianos more
After a brief interlude in a group format, Jim Robitaille is back inside the sparse and generous spaces of his trio. Flanked by Bill Miele on electric bass and Chris Poudrier on drums, Robitaille sounds as if he's returned home after being away for a more
FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, will present renowned Haitian-American violinist/composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) performing "e;Redemption Songs and Sonatas"e; with the Humanist Septet at more
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