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Is your Xbox One or Playstation 4 looking a little dull? Well Toast has got you covered.The team over at Toast have some new skins available for your consoles. They has have developed some top-notch … more
Kickemuit Masquers Theatre Company presents it’s production of Peter Pan Jr in the newly renovated middle school performing arts center on April 1-3. It is the Masquers twentieth performance since … more
I wholeheartedly recommend Trinity Rep’s uplifting and enlightening production of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Harper Lee’s classic American tale is, as ever, timeless and timely. … more
Murder and mayhem make for mad mischief, considerable catharsis and even a little self-reflection and meditation in two Rhode Island theatrical productions right now that are each worth a look. One … more
The third concert of the Fall River Symphony’s 2015-16 season will be held this Sunday afternoon, and the program will be a journey through Eurasia, starting with Scotland through the Hebrides Overture by Felix Mendelssohn, to Mongolia with “In … more
Paul Cienniwa  and Michael Bahmann will play a concert for two fortepianos this Sunday in Little Compton. On the program will be works by Mozart, W. F. Bach and Pleyel. Tickets are available at the door and a reception will follow the concert. … more
The Lilies have brought their uniquely warm sound and charming stage presence to venues up and down the Eastern seaboard including the Iron Horse Music Hall, Caffe Lena, and Philadelphia’s Tin Angel. It’s a sound that's led to numerous … more
Arts in the Village welcomes pianist Ian Hobson for his first appearance in this concert series. The evening’s program will feature works by Chopin and Rachmaninoff. A musician of tremendous versatility, Hobson has earned an international … more
Cleveland-born David Wilcox was inspired to play guitar after hearing a fellow college student playing in a stairwell.  His lyrical insight is matched by a smooth baritone voice, virtuosic guitar chops, and creative open tunings, giving him a range … more
Tufts University’s oldest all-female a cappella group, the Jackson Jills, will be visiting Rhode Island for a special performance at St. Andrew’s School. more
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