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He’s Everywhere! From stand-up at just about every Rhode Island comedy club to his Ocean State Follies, Charlie Hall has entertained Rhode Islanders for as long as I can remember. For his … more
This is a musical that knows how to please everyone, with great songs, a nice upbeat plot, incredible special effects and some of the best choreography I’ve seen in a long time. more
There are bands that put such a unique spin on a certain style that they offer something more. It's tough to pin it down to specifics, but you have to give their music a listen to get a grasp of what they're accomplishing. Crowded Rooms is more
“What is government?” John Adams asks his young son in the opening scene of “JQA,” Aaron Posner’s new play that makes American history much more fun and relevant than most high school … more
Review By TONY ANNICONE A Brief History of the Earth and Everything in It" is the first show of University of Rhode Island Theatre this year. The story is of William Jennings Bryan elementary school besieged by the forces of right-wing Christian" more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Jeff Church, known for his innovative approach to theatre, has taken Christopher Marlowe's provocative historical play about the 14th century gay king and substituted female actors for male roles. And it works! There more
The Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra, Rhode Island’s premier community-based orchestra, will present its season opening concert on Sunday, October 27 at 3 p.m. in the McVinney … more
By DON FOWLER 20 years ago William Damkoehler played Scrooge in Trinity Rep's 23rs annual "e;A Christmas Carol,"e; directed by Marc Lerman. Ricardo Pitts-Wiley played both Jacob Marley and Mr. Fezziwig. There were two separate casts that year, with Fred more
By DON FOWLER Dave Fullerton considers himself, first and foremost, a brew master. He has been brewing coffee since September when he moved into the space at 204 South Main St., Providence, formerly occupied by Cable Car Cinema. Dave offers a full range more
Cranston’s Letters To Jenny has achieved musical balance with its new EP, “Glitter and Gore,” which was released on Sept. 21. more
When he's not playing rugby, Barry Nickerson is writing. The Johnston native and current St. Louis resident has had a knack for it since his days attending Rhode Island College in Providence. more
Author Raina C. Smith has released Thy Kingdom Come, the third and final installment of her trilogy, The 13th Apostle. This is Smith’s fourth novel. “It is with great pride that I publicly … more
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