Rob Duguay
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On the outskirts of Pawtuxet Village, there’s a shop that’s a true outlier when it comes to collectibles, vintage objects and underground culture. When you walk in, you’ll see a … more
Certain bands exhibit a musical approach that’s expansive while providing a variety of material for whoever is listening. They don’t like to stick to a certain format or genre, but they … more
The official start of Oktoberfest this year is September 16 as the fairgrounds known as Theresienwiese in the German metropolis of Munich becomes party central with an abundance of beer and pretzels … more
With this year’s summer nearing its final weeks of existence, it’s only a matter of time until we all start wearing our favorite flannels and hoodies while experiencing the beautiful New … more
When Labor Day Weekend rolls around, people usually think of going to the beach, having a backyard barbecue or just enjoying the day off by taking it easy. In Rhode Island, folks do things a bit … more
The music from New Orleans has always had its own unique quality. Along with the city being the birthplace of jazz, the essence of “The Big Easy” has a knack for seeping into other … more
The power of creativity comes in numerous forms while being rooted in a variety of driving forces. It can serve as a way to alleviate boredom or just to pass the time, but it can also be a form of … more
Following this past weekend’s Newport Folk Festival at Fort Adams, the festivities continue with the Newport Jazz Festival taking place at the same location from August 4-6. It’s … more
This weekend from July 28 - 30, one of the prime events of the summer will be taking place at Fort Adams in Newport. It’s the Newport Folk Festival and it’ll be once again happening in … more
Ever since Memorial Day Weekend, The Blue Room has become an exciting place for both musicians and music lovers. Located smack dab in the center of Pawtuxet Village on 2197 Broad Street in Cranston, … more
After a band or musician puts out their debut record, the artistic landscape becomes wide open. There’s numerous routes to go down and various progressions to venture through while creating the … more
It might not have felt like it recently, but June 21 was the official first day of summer this year. With this fact apparent, what does summer spark in one’s mind when it gets brought up? … more
Brett Davey is a man of many talents. He’s an accomplished writer and editor, he’s been involved in the local music scene as both a spectator and a promoter, he’s pretty good at … more
When does an annual event reach the point of becoming a tradition? Is it five years or even 10? I honestly have no idea what the answer to that question is. With this in mind, it seems like the folks … more
By Rob Duguay In the craft beer world, the IPA could be the most polarizing brew. On a personal level, I’ve had India Pale Ales that were deliciously hoppy and floral while others have … more
Improv comedy has numerous aspects to it, but the common thread is the honesty and interactiveness. It’s a creative outlet where people can show their sense of humor and when everything is … more
Both live music and stand-up comedy have their differences and similarities. Obviously, they’re both part of the entertainment industry with both creative mediums requiring the exhibitor to go … more
By Rob Duguay Psychedelic music has way more bandwidth than it gets credit for. The style can be weaved into numerous others, whether it’s pop, blues, folk, hip hop, funk or anything else. … more
By Rob Duguay Mother’s Day is a celebration of all mothers and what they do for their families, but there’s a chance that people are still trying to figure out what to get mom when … more
Homelessness is a sad aspect of our society that often gets overlooked. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report, it was … more
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