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Except for an occasional bit of rain – needed for gardens and lawns – we’ve been having some lovely boating weather and picture-perfect settings. However, there are many coves and beaches … more
The Community Players wrap up their 96th season with the classic comedy, “You Can’t Take it With You,” directed by Pawtucket resident Patricia Hawk-ridge. Meet the Sycamore family, a … more
By DON FOWLER Cranston author and college professor Kevin Olson has planned a staged reading of a new play, “And Then What? The Children of Velvela and Sheima Ortel Auerbakh” at AS220, … more
Truman Capote’s novella, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” was brought to the screen in 1961, starring Audrey Hepburn in her most famous role as Holly Golightly. Richard Greenberg adapted it for … more
It’s back to the ’50s, when Broadway musicals were bright and cheery, the music was memorable, and the choreography splendid. Bill Hanney’s Theatre by the Sea has recreated “The Music … more
The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) announced that a new official mobile app for the Theatre is available for free and immediate download via Google Play or the App Store. The new and improved PPAC mobile app is designed by Hopscotch, a more
After winning awards and critical acclaim in the Broadway smash hit Hamilton: An American Musical, Leslie Odom Jr. could have done anything. Doors opened, opportunities arose, but it is sharing his love for jazz that has taken the spotlight. He recorded more
By DON FOWLER One of only three guitar players that Chet Atkins had named certified guitar player, Australian born Tommy Emmanuel will play East Greenwich's Odeum Theatre on Saturday, June 17 at 8 p.m. Emmanuel lives in Nashville these days, spending more
By DON FOWLER Sam Hood Adrian spends much of his time away from his native Rhode Island these days working with “What Will the Neighbors Say?,” a new theatre group based in New York City. He … more
By DON FOWLER Over 12,000 Rhode Island students, including hundreds from Cranston, joined the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra for four days of rocking" classical music at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Resident Conductor Francisco Noya and" more
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