Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Things to Do

Things to Do

Have you ever wondered “How bubbles do that?” The science behind the magic unfolds like a mystery, as Keith Michael Johnson quickly captures the audience’s attention with his stunning state-of-the-art bubble sculptures, making this...

This special program is offered only a couple times a year, and is a perfect after-dinner outing. Spend the evening by the fire in Mabel’s Studio, learning about different types of raptors, which species...

PORTSMOUTH — “Broadway From Then ’Til Now 6,” a concert of Broadway show tunes, old and new, is at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Portsmouth High School auditorium, Education Lane. All proceeds benefit the...

John Monllos's Swingin' Big Band Quartet; a Big Band style group featuring Carl Gerhard on Trumpet,  John Monllos on Guitar, Tom Pasqurelli on bass, and Stefan Griffan on Drums. WHERE: Norey's, 156 Broadway, Newport WHEN: Thursday,...

The Community Concert Series at St. Michael's is proud to present five-time Grammy nominees, Roomful of Blues, a Rhode Island institution celebrating 45 years of kicking the blues! Audiences will enjoy the sizzling mix of...

It seems as if the world has finally caught up with Anton Chekhov. The 18th century Russian playwright was ahead of his time; his observations and writings about the follies of the human condition...

I've been looking for a good pad Thai recipe for a while and finally took the parts we liked from different recipes and combined them together into a good version. This is pretty versatile. You...

The face of author Kurt Vonnegut Jr. is familiar to us all; a countenance complete with kindly, slightly sad eyes and a smile that is warm, wry and rueful. I imagine that Mr. Vonnegut...

Worldwide, about one third of all seabird species are now globally threatened because of effects of invasive predatory mammals, marine pollution, coastal development and effects of global warming are growing concerns. A recent study...

Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge is one of the few places in Rhode Island where the best birding comes during the winter. Winter specialties include Horned Larks, Snow Buntings, Harriers, Purple Sandpipers, and a...
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