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CAPTIVATING TALE: Cranston resident Frank Benassi …
At the outset of World War II, there were very few Italians who were trying to come to the United States. Mussolini was the fascist dictator of Italy and an ally of the Nazis and the Japanese in the … more
Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar, who …
With her seventh album, “Traces of You,” sitar player Anoushka Shankar set out to explore a journey through life experiences. She started working on the album in summer 2012, and completed it … more
A PERSON OF TASTE: The Savory Grape owner Jessica …
For the past six years, we have looked forward to the Charity Fall Wine Festival put on by The Savory Grape wine and beer shop in East Greenwich. It’s not often that you get to taste some good … more
Looks, as they say, can be deceiving, and to look at costume designer Marcia Zammarelli it would be hard to guess that she is a sophisticated and well-respected professional of the theatre. These … more
ALWAYS THE TEACHER: Fonseca is retired, but last …
Dianne Fonseca admits that she is competitive, but with no one more than herself. Over the past decade, as a volunteer with the American Cancer Society (ACS), she has upped the ante each year, … more
People who love Tall Ships have been waiting to get a glimpse of the SSV (Sailing School Vessel) Oliver Hazard Perry since 2008, when it was towed here from Ontario. We got a good glimpse of it over … more
One of the central ironies of Thornton Wilder’s timeless “Our Town” is that high school drama clubs frequently stage it. The high schoolers love the play because it uses virtually no props – … more
GARY HOEY
Ever since getting his big break with an audition for Ozzy Osbourne in 1988, Gary Hoey has been entertaining audiences across the country, and as far as Germany, Malaysia and Japan, with his eclectic … more
MorganEve Swain makes up the second half of Brown …
The debut of “Meet Me at THE MET” has special meaning for those of us of a certain age, that age being just out of the Age of Aquarius. The new, one-hour program featuring local, regional and … more
You can’t study the history of Rhode Island without coming across the famous “Letter to the Hebrew Congregation” and George Washington’s passionate plea for more than mere tolerance for … more
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