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Come on out and kick up your heels, learn the two-step, and dance to the toe-tapping Cajun music of New England's hometown Cajun band Magnolia! Magnolia has been playing Cajun music in New England for more than twenty years. Learning from … more
Berklee College of Music Songwriting Professor Mark Simos says of this work, “With this record Flynn offers adventurous new interpretations of the Anglo-Celtic ballad tradition as reshaped in the Southern Appalachians, staking out that magical … more
The 19th annual Moby-Dick Marathon sets sail January 2 through 4, celebrating readers of all ages during a weekend of programs surrounding the nonstop reading of Herman Melville’s literary masterpiece, including a lecture by author Philip Hoare … more
1361: A bone-chilling winter in England. The Black Death, dormant for more than a decade, has returned with a vengeance. The Church rules the land, and a ragged troupe of actors accompanied by a renegade priest roam the countryside performing … more
The Tiverton Yacht Club will sponsor its Fourth Annual Penguin Plunge at Grinnell’s Beach in Tiverton this New Year's Day.  Bring New Year’s hats, party paraphernalia and, if you dare to take the plunge, a towel and a bathing suit. Hot coffee … more
The Paskamansett Bird Club will meet Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 p.m., at the Allens Neck Friends Meetinghouse, 739 Horseneck Road, Dartmouth. Julianne Mehegan will speak about the Art of Field Guides, illustrating her talk with slides as well as … more
On December 31, AS220 Live Arts will be the scene of the 2nd annual “Ring in the Night,” Downtown Providence’s only all-day, all-night New Year’s celebration featuring children’s workshops, live performances, and a whole lot of … more
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