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Spring Bull Gallery’s Annual Fakes & Forgeries will open with a fun-filled reception this Saturday. From its conception over 24 years ago, artists have been invited to submit serious "copies" or tongue-in-cheek humorous interpretation of … more
Have you ever wondered “How bubbles do that?” The science behind the magic unfolds like a mystery, as Keith Michael Johnson quickly captures the audience’s attention with his stunning state-of-the-art bubble sculptures, making this show both … more
PORTSMOUTH — “Broadway From Then ’Til Now 6,” a concert of Broadway show tunes, old and new, is at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Portsmouth High School auditorium, Education Lane. All proceeds benefit the Portsmouth Public … more
John Monllos's Swingin' Big Band Quartet; a Big Band style group featuring Carl Gerhard on Trumpet,  John Monllos on Guitar, Tom Pasqurelli on bass, and Stefan Griffan on Drums. WHERE: Norey's, 156 Broadway, Newport WHEN: Thursday, Feb … more
The Community Concert Series at St. Michael's is proud to present five-time Grammy nominees, Roomful of Blues, a Rhode Island institution celebrating 45 years of kicking the blues! Audiences will enjoy the sizzling mix of jazz, blues, rock ’n’ … more
It seems as if the world has finally caught up with Anton Chekhov. The 18th century Russian playwright was ahead of his time; his observations and writings about the follies of the human condition anticipated the 20th century’s theatre of the … more
The face of author Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is familiar to us all; a countenance complete with kindly, slightly sad eyes and a smile that is warm, wry and rueful. I imagine that Mr. Vonnegut must be beaming benignly down at Rhode Island right now, that … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Hasbro’s Music Matters Network and the Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School will host its sixth annual benefit concert on Saturday, Jan. 30, from 8 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.   All proceeds will benefit the Rhode Island … more
If the purpose of theatrical productions is to hold aloft that famous “mirror up to nature,” there are times when it is necessary to utilize a crazy fun-house mirror. That’s certainly the case with “Grizzly Mama” now playing at The Gamm … more
A Gathering of Fiddlers and Fishermen features 12 or so cameo performances from some of the area's best talent. Ably stage-managed by The Flying Gaffs, Mike Fischman and Ed McGuirl, the show moves along at a lively pace. Among those performing this … more
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