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They say the best stories are often the ones that never get told. There's a chance to change that this year, with the help of Rhode Island PBS. The state's public broadcasting station is … more
After a two-year hiatus, anyone with a guitar, a song and a dream can play at Sandywoods in Tiverton this Sunday, as the arts center resumes its regular open mike shows. more
The white noise, a deafening, thick thing that pushes out all else, has consumed Mara's life: It drowns out her mother's incessant drone. Her friends' questions and concerns. It threatens … more
Volunteers with the Tiverton Historic Cemeteries Commission will spend Saturday cleaning years of overgrowth from a historic cemetery on Furey Avenue, and they could use some help. The public is … more
The United Congregational Church of Little Compton will hold a prayer vigil and walk for Ukraine at noon Saturday at noon, following a talk on the Ukraine situation by a Little Compton resident who … more
The public is invited to attend an ecumenical worship service this Thanksgiving morning at 10 a.m. It is offered in collaboration by the United Congregational Church of Little Compton and St. … more
A celebration of agriculture more than 60 years running kicks off this Friday, when the Westport Fair gets underway at 200 Pine Hill Road. Friday, Oct. 15 * 6 p.m.: Blue Angels car show (rain … more
The Little Compton Historical Society will hold a free town-wide, self-guided tour of Little Compton farms and agricultural businesses this coming Saturday, Oct. 2. The farms will offer a behind the … more
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
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
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