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By ROB DUGUAY Ever since the mid-2000s, The Brother Kite has been an indie rock staple in Providence's music scene. Warwick resident Patrick Boutwell is the voice of the band while also lending his impeccable songwriting talents on guitar. Outside of more
Wynonna was at the Warwick Musical Theatre. Also at “The Tent” were George Carlin, The Beach Boys, Huey Lewis and the News, Kathy Matea, Howie Mandel and Reba (20 years ago she was still … more
Island Moving Company, Newport’s Contemporary Ballet will present its 10th annual summer dance festival July 14-21 on an outdoor stage on the gorgeous seaside lawn of St. Michael’s Country Day … more
On Wednesday, July 10, Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant opens “Funny Money,” directed by Daniel Lee White and written by Ray Cooney. Henry, a mild-mannered CPA, accidentally picks up the … more
By DON FOWLER I'm sitting in the sun, looking over the heads of a much younger audience who think nothing of standing for hours to hear good music. It is late Friday afternoon and the jazz fusion group Thundercat is entertaining the young standees, while more
Wilbury Theatre’s production of Samuel Becket’s classic “Waiting For Godot” is one of the most-produced plays in theatre history. While it has been misinterpreted and murdered by many amateur … more
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
Children of the Inquisition, a remarkable reconsideration of history and identity, will be a featured selection of the Rhode Island International Film Festival screening at RISD Museum, Metcalf Auditorium, on Sunday, August 11 at 5 p.m. Children of the 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
The history of blues in Rhode Island is extensive. Legendary acts like Roomful of Blues have been crafting the style for decades, while every couple of years finds a new group putting their own spin on it. 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
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