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COVID-19 has made musicians and bands get creative in different ways. In the absence of live music because of the pandemic, they don't have much of a choice. A lot of live streamed performances have happened via social media platforms like more
The Washington Trust Company, a longtime supporter of Trinity Rep recently committed to sponsoring the theater's Facebook Live show, "Your Half Hour Call with Curt Columbus." Hosted by Trinity Rep's artistic director, Columbus is joined each week by more
On your left is the water; on your right is an old-growth forest. Along the way are ball fields and a sandy beach. Warwick City Park is the perfect place to spend a few hours, a chance to get away from it all. Located at the end of Asylum more
The column was called "What's Doing This Weekend" and included "Potpourri," a listing of arts and entertainment activities, which later became "In Brief" and then "Leisure/Calendar." I was introduced to opera thanks to the Providence Opera more
20 years ago IMAX came to Providence Place Mall. The first film was "Everest," one of the most exciting IMAX productions we have ever seen. The second one was about Michael Jordan. "West Side Story" was at Theatre-by-the-Sea. "The Perfect more
Phase three of Rhode Island's process of reopening is currently underway. With it comes numerous establishments reopening their doors and some restrictions being lifted, even though social distancing and wearing masks in public are still in more
Rhode Island's local music community is very diverse when it comes to style and genre. If you're looking to listen to a specific kind of music, chances are that an act that calls Lil' Rhody home is putting their own spin on it. The more
So many things come to mind when I'm asked what I miss most in Rhode Island. Warwick Musical Theatre is at the top of the list. Buster and Barbara Bonoff, along with their son Larry, daughter Betsy, and longtime PR person Cheryl, were more
The good news is that the Warwick Showcase has reopened. The bad news is that we have seen all the movies. You will have to wait until July 31 for a new release, and well into August for more. Russel Crowe's "e;Unhinged"e; opens on July 31, more
The sun was shining brightly, and a cool breeze was blowing, as I parked my car in the Rocky Point parking lot last week. Memories of The Flume, the Shore Dinner Hall, and the rickety old roller coaster were still fresh in my mind as I more
The Kingston Chamber Music Festival will present its 32nd annual season with a series of six free online concerts July 22-Aug. 2. The festival, usually held at the University of Rhode Island's Fine Arts Center, will be presented online due to COVID-19. more
There's no other kind of music that fits the summer season as perfectly as reggae does. The laid back vibe can perfectly accompany a walk on the beach - while social distancing, of course - or a day out in the bright sun with a cool more
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