Arts & Entertainment
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“Sing Street” (2016)Rated PG-131 hour, 46 minutesDirected and written by John Carney“Sing Street” is a fun movie that refreshingly communicates the joyful exuberance of music … more
PAWTUCKET – The East Providence-centric band “Rizzz” is among the Class of 2017 inductees to the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame, it was announced during a press conference held Friday, Feb. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The second annual "the looff" arts festival took place Saturday, Aug. 20, at Crescent and Larisa Parks in the Riverside section of the city.East Providence Post and … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — When the second annual "the looff" festival kicks off this weekend, it will be bigger and should be better, as will the members of the East Providence Arts Council be better … more
The Second Annual Arts on the Farm project takes place now through the end of August at Coggeshall Farm Museum, a living history museum in Bristol, depicting the lives of 18th-century tenant … more
“The Martian” was a pleasant surprise. I knew it would have great performances because it won two Golden Globes and Matt Damon was nominated for an Academy Award, but it also has tons of humor … more
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
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