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House of the week: Updated historic home

House of the week: Updated historic home

Warren is known for its all-American Main Street, working waterfront, artist studios, a top-rated theater and one of the country’s oldest pharmacies. It is also known for its historic homes that have made up the fabric of the town that was established in 1747. The colonial-style home at 19 Elm St. is a perfect example

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Acoustic musician Lindsay Adler in Tiverton

Lindsay Adler is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and composer who plays a wide variety of stringed, wind, and percussion instruments, including the vielle a roue, bouzouki, dulcimer, harp, lyre, and other unusual instruments.  She seamlessly bridges the gap between ancient and modern folk music, crossing cultural boundaries with her own original blend of acoustic fusion. WHERE: Sandywoods, 43 Muse

St. Andrew's School will perform "Into the Woods" this weekend.

Barrington school performing ‘Into the Woods’

St. Andrew’s School in Barrington will present “Into the Woods” by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim, next weekend at the McCulloch Center for the Arts. The play — an enchanting musical, filled with heart and humor — offers a modern twist on the beloved Grimm’s Fairytales. It is appropriate for the entire family. Three performances

Credit: Juergen Frank

Philharmonic performs ‘The Four Seasons’

The Philharmonic welcomes music director Larry Rachleff back to the podium for a program including the overture to Rossini’s Semiramide, Beethoven’s Eighth Symphony and Vivaldi’s immortal Four Seasons, featuring violinist Jennifer Koh. Resident Conductor Francisco Noya presents an informal talk about the program in the auditorium before the concert from 7 to 7:25 p.m. WHERE:

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