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DOWNHILL * *  (Dark, depressing family soap opera) This dark, depressing family soap opera goes downhill quite rapidly. Choosing two comedians to play serious roles is a strange choice … more
THE PHOTOGRAPH * * ½ (Love story) It is encouraging that Hollywood opened at least one love story for Valentine's Day. The Photograph stars two good-looking actors (Issa Rae and … more
I will admit to having a slight interest in gambling. It started when I was a younger adult always on the lookout for activities to do with my brother who was multiply disabled. Conway Tours ran a trip to Foxwoods for a mere $10, which was a huge bargain more
Harmony Heritage chorus, a Southern New England chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, an international organization of female a cappella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style, will perform "e;A Celebration of Harmony"e; on Sunday, February 23 at more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A Cranston woman who was severely injured during a pre-Christmas shooting at a Westerly housing complex continues to recover - and thanks to an outpouring of generosity and support, her family has met a fundraising goal set to help more
The start of a band usually comes in three steps - write songs to perform, record the songs so people can have something to listen to, and play a show to get in with the local scene. It's a lot easier said than done, but it's part of more
SONIC THE HEDGEHOG * * * (Good lessons for kids from video game character) While we are not fans of movies based on characters from video games, we must acknowledge the good lessons for kids in this well made live action/computer-generated movie from the more
By KELLY SULLIVAN In 1885, the Hand Rock House stood along Pontiac Avenue in Cranston. A multi-level structure with a saloon down below, it beckoned to those who just couldn't say no to the liquor habit. Mold-maker Thomas Borden heard the call. The more
Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER My brother-in-law wanted prime rib. My son-in-law said that the best prime rib in the state is at the Cornerstone Pub in Exeter.but they only serve it on Saturday night. So, off six of us go down Route 3, past the famous more
By DON FOWLER Binghamton native Jeff Brooks was back in his home town last week playing the key role of Sonny in Chazz Palminteri's true life story, "e;A Bronx Tale."e; "e;I grew up 20 minutes from the theatre,"e; he said. "e;It was great coming back and more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER John Pielmeier's tale of a young nun suspected of murdering her newborn baby is given a riveting performance by a trio of very fine actresses at Kevin Broccoli's Epic Theatre. Lynne Collinson, an experienced actor/director, more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Between 1880 and 1895, William Mullen had been committed to the State Workhouse in Cranston on no less than 20 occasions. A confirmed alcoholic, Mullen suffered physically and mentally from the effects of his disease, regularly besieged more
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