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Some bands have a sound that can't be pinned down, that defies easy classification. Providence-based Jowl is one of those acts, harnessing a cavalcade of punk, folk, funk, new wave and even a bit of hip-hop to create something purely original. more
The work of Warwick artist Craig Masten is the subject of an exhibition in the Providence Art Club Dodge House Gallery titled Unlikely Favorites: A Solo Show. This show will run September 22 to October 11, with an opening reception on September 22 from 2 more
Western Massachusetts hip-hop artist Dr. Westchesterson is the kind of musician who brings the party with him wherever he performs. His peculiar take on the style is infectious and engaging. more
By DON FOWLER Warwick Musical Theatre had Weird Al Yankovic, The Statler Brothers, Donna Summer, Huey Lewis and the News, Kathy Mattea and Sundown, and Howie Mandel on the revolving stage. The stars kept coming out at night, with the addition of Carrot more
Harmony Heritage, the Southern New England chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, an international organization of female a cappella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style, will perform at 7 … more
Writer/Director Kevin Broccoli describes his new play, “Paint,” as “a star vehicle, ensemble piece, science fiction story, a play about mothers and daughters, muses and inspiration, the Civil … more
Family Fun Nights are back at Roger Williams Park Zoo as part of the zoo's annual Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular sponsored by Citizens Bank. Family Fun Nights offer lively and family friendly evenings for guests of all ages, featuring costumed characters, more
Trinity Rep announces that its annual event America Too will return for its fifth year with the theme It's Our Health in partnership with the Business Innovation Factory (BIF). The project began with four community workshops where members of the public more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Cranstonian theatre veteran, Lynne Collinson, creative director for WomensWork Theatre Collaborative, describes the newly formed organization as a vehicle to promote artistic opportunities for woman of all ages.with a major" more
By ROB DUGUAY What pairs better than bacon and beer? On July 16 in the parking lot of Cranston Print Works at 1381 Cranston St. in Cranston, the third annual Bacon & Beer Fest will be celebrating both of these delicacies. The event is being once again more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER It ain't easy being a female adolescent. Author Clare Barron, one of the hot young playwrights today, has provided two different plays to Wilbury Theatre: "e;Dance Nation"e; and "e;You Get Older,"e; which are being presented in more
Every musician wants to do an homage to their influences at some point during their career. It could be as part of a show celebrating the music of a certain artist, or it could be joining up with a tribute act to perform songs written by their hero. more
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