This past summer’s vacationers and tourists put North Kingstown at the top of their lists as the place to find a home-sharing rental while they visited the South County area, according to figures from two major online sites providing links to accommodations in private homes.
Sometimes the music from a singer-songwriter can blossom when a band gives their tunes a complete structure. These songs get new dose of life due to the adding of different instruments and elements. An example of this is Sun Gangs, an indie rock quartet that started out from Matunuck native Luke Graham’s solo material.
Plywood and lumber stacked outside the Contemporary Theater on Main Street in Wakefield went to quick use. The frame of an expanded front lobby started to take shape with it.
More than one person has thought the rise and fall of Providence Mayor Vincent A. “Buddy” Cianci Jr. is fodder for high drama.
We didn’t anticipate it could be so funny.
Wakefield’s Contemporary Theater Company invites audiences outside onto the Riverfront Performance Patio for its fall show, “The Skriker,” by celebrated playwright Caryl Churchill, well-known for her experimental and surrealistic approach. The show is fitting for this time of year, as the transition from late summer to autumn invites divergent, but not mutually exclusive, impulses.
There are highs and lows in the Theatre by the Sea’s “Saturday Night Fever.” The dancing, the costumes and the emotions are among the former; the pacing in the latter category.
If recent events during the last few months are any indicator, Chicken Little may have been right. The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Back on July 24 at approximately 2:44 a.m. EDT, a soccer ball-sized meteor entered the Earth’s atmosphere above Lake Ontario and became a bright fireball as it disintegrated.
It’s bird migration season, a time when billions of birds undertake the most dangerous time of their lives – the long journey south to avoid the unpleasant winter weather in the north.
I went to bed last night wondering where the Sun had gone. Then it dawned on me. A little astronomy humor to begin a serious discussion on our life-giving star—the Sun.