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“What if?”

It’s a question many people ask when pondering the past, present or future. The thought captures the interest in choices and reasons behind them.

These possibilities about “what if” can also invite ideas about whether we really have choice or are prisoners of destiny.

This and other scenarios are the center point at the Wilbury Theatre’s presentation of the critically-acclaimed play, “Constellations,” a two-character drama by Nick Payne. Beginning tonight (Dec. 3), Narragansett native Rachel Dulude and Wakefield resident Josh Short hope to trigger your mind to ponder these notions.

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The North Kingstown Education Foundation is hoping to spread holiday cheer this season with a town-wide holiday decorating contest and luminary event.

Light Up NK, the first annual event by the group founded earlier this year, consists of a home decorating contest from Dec. 11 through Christmas Eve, as well as a luminary event on Dec. 23 and 24 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Patrons to the contest will be provided with a map and list of house numbers of participating houses to do a tour around town and vote for their favorite to receive Best in Show, with the winner receiving a $100 cash prize. On the commercial side, the best participating Business Storefront Display will receive a pizza party for up to 10 employees.

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Westerly musician Will Evans has been keeping himself busy over the past few months. He’s been livestreaming from home and performing socially-distanced shows all over New England. He’s also recently released a new song and took part in a local video series. On top of that, he has a new EP coming out next month. During this age of COVID-19, it’s important to keep the creative juices flowing, and Evans has definitely been maintaining them.

We recently had a talk about the adjustments he’s had to make during this crazy year, taking an influence from a certain style of music, making a couple of hikers dance during a video shoot and what he hopes people can take from his next record.