Within moments of arriving at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet for the annual Rhode Island Author Expo, Pulitzer-Prize winning investigative reporter and New York Times-bestselling author Mike Stanton was approached by a man with a long, gray beard, who had an interesting and relevant bit of history to share.
New England’s jam band scene is chock full of talent and one of those jewels within the community’s crown is Hayley Jane & The Primates.
URI Theatre closes out the year with a bang – actually countless bangs, clatters, smashes, stomps, and screams - in its raucous and rousing new production of the door-slamming farce, “Noises Off.”
Just in time for some freaky fun, Wakefield’s Contemporary Theater Company invites audiences to a four-week run of the cult musical comedy classic, “Little Shop of Horrors.”
Whether they realize it or not, most people are familiar with Thalia and Melpomene, the most famous of the nine ancient Greek muses.
Plenty of Rhode Islanders have begun making plans to migrate south for the winter. For almost all, the move is entirely about the weather. They’re trying to avoid the cold and snow and ice that invariably comes with winter in the Ocean State.