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Barry Fain Inducted into RI Journalism Hall of Fame

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April is National Poetry Month, and there’s never been a better time to write and perform your words around the city
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Honoree Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. exhibits at local libraries during visit
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12 places across the state worth packing for
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Reverb, riffs, and a steady beat are hallmarks of three-song release
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March 22 book release party and signing planned at Books on the Square
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Don’t miss Permission to Speak at United Theatre, Westerly on March 9
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Plus 2024 upcoming chats at the Ocean House Author Series
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Whether you’re a science nerd or comedy buff, Ben Miller's Stand-Up Science show, which comes to AS220 in Providence this March, is likely to get a laugh out of you. The multimedia comedy show …
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This March, Trinity Repertory Company stage will once again be graced by the powerful narrative of August Wilson’s Fences , marking its return for the first time in over three decades. Running …
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Giana Sacco, the visionary artist behind Occipital, is opening the doors of her art studio to fellow makers for an Artisan Market that will be a flurry of creative energy. From February 1-3, this …
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The golf exec and music scene fixture behind Greenwood HiFi
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Ideas for planning your own perfect Valentine’s Day
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From cycling to construction, these industry pioneers are prioritizing platforms for Black voices
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“Piano (de)composition” centers an instrument’s quiet end of life in a public space
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