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The four Tiverton High School seniors known as Bochek launched their alternative rock band in 2011. They have worked steadily over the years to create their own unique sound, influenced by music as varied as R&B, funk and reggae. Regularly … more
Trinity Repertory Company presents its annual production of Charles Dickens’ "A Christmas Carol", directed by Curt Columbus, and featuring Stephen Thorne as Bob Cratchit and Stephen Berenson as Ebenezer Scrooge (pictured). WHERE: Trinity … more
This year’s show, Let’s Celebrate!, brings more than 50 Disney characters to the ice for a magical montage of celebrations and is set to a blend of contemporary music and favorite Disney songs. WHERE: The Dunkin’ Donuts Center, … more
A favorite of Concerts at the Point, renowned concert pianist Frederick Moyer returns for his second jazz performance, joined by bassist Peter Tillotson and drummer Bob Savine. Not only will they perform their own arrangements of standards from … more
Van Vessem Gallery is pleased to announce Blauww: Celebrating Blue. This exhibition of primarily blue artwork (including "Soldier's Wife" by Mark Wholey, pictured) opens with a reception on December 19 and runs through March 1 (with limited winter … more
TIVERTON —Town Administrator Matt Wojcik and Council President Denise deMedeiros responded this week to allegations made by Recreation Commission Chairwoman Susan Gill when she, and two other members, resigned last Monday night from the … more
Linden Place Mansion will cross the musical sea this Friday, with The Clancy Legacy Celtic Christmas, a concert honoring both the holidays and winter solstice. The Clancy Legacy includes some of the next generation of performers descended from the … more
Late playwright Wasserstein's big question resonates today as it did 25 years ago Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles" tried to answer 'the' central question of feminism—can women have it all—more than 25 years ago, through Heidi … more
State House concerts to feature 3,000 student musicians from 53 schools The holiday season is upon us, and the talents of Rhode Island school musicians will be showcased as part of a month-long musical celebration of the holidays during the … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School Music Program has scheduled several events and concerts this month. On Thursday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m., the Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band and String Ensemble will present a concert in the auditorium at … more
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