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LITTLE COMPTON — Lara Downes, one of this country’s foremost pianists, will be the first to play St. Andrews by the Sea Episcopal Church’s recently donated century-old Steinway … more
PORTSMOUTH — Quidditch may have begun as a fictional sport played between the four Hogwarts house teams in the Harry Potter movie series, but it will be very real when a land-based version … more
PORTSMOUTH — Green Animals Topiary Garden will be buzzing this summer when David Rogers’ Big Bugs takes over from Friday, June 25, through Sunday, Oct. 3. more
Warren fire fighters will remember their own Sunday, holding a full parade and ceremony at the Warren Town Common following the cancellation of last year's public event. Chief James Sousa said the … more
WESTPORT — The Westport Cultural Council announces the Westport Artists in Residence Program (WARP), a project that will bring outdoor art to Westport Woods.  During the months of June, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Aspiring singer/songwriter and city native Scout Lyons dropped her latest single, “Cliché,” earlier this week, April 20. According to the liner notes, … more
PORTSMOUTH — In cooperation with the Portsmouth Tree Commission, the Portsmouth Historical Society will host an Earth Day tree planting at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 24, in honor of the late … more
After more than a year of fund-raising and work, the Town of Warren will open its Franklin Street dog park to the human and canine public this Saturday, April 10. Director Tara Thibaudeau said … more
White Barn Story Time: The Salamander RoomCome to the big barn at Caratunk for a special story time that focuses on nature! Enjoy The Salamander Room by Anne Mazar. This gentle story is about a child … more
Linden Place Mansion is planning an “Art Blooming at Linden Place" weekend from May 7-9, an event that will welcome local flower designers and artists to create a piece of original art or … more
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