Saturday, February 6, 2016

Things to Do

Things to Do

Ring in the New Year under the stars! Scene and be seen for a celestial New Year’s Eve celebration at Providence’s only rooftop restaurant and bar. Enjoy a decadent dessert buffet, a signature midnight...

As we finally segue into winter weather (I think), it’s time for comfort foods. This time of year, I like making braised chicken, beef and pork dishes, rich with vegetables and potatoes and savory...

Looking for some winter fun during December school vacation week?  Head to Audubon! Special programs and activities are available each day and are free with admission. Registration is not required. Nature crafts will be held...

The four Tiverton High School seniors known as Bochek launched their alternative rock band in 2011. They have worked steadily over the years to create their own unique sound, influenced by music as varied...

Trinity Repertory Company presents its annual production of Charles Dickens’ "A Christmas Carol", directed by Curt Columbus, and featuring Stephen Thorne as Bob Cratchit and Stephen Berenson as Ebenezer Scrooge (pictured). WHERE: Trinity Rep, 201...

This year’s show, Let’s Celebrate!, brings more than 50 Disney characters to the ice for a magical montage of celebrations and is set to a blend of contemporary music and favorite Disney songs. WHERE: The...

A favorite of Concerts at the Point, renowned concert pianist Frederick Moyer returns for his second jazz performance, joined by bassist Peter Tillotson and drummer Bob Savine. Not only will they perform their own arrangements of...

Van Vessem Gallery is pleased to announce Blauww: Celebrating Blue. This exhibition of primarily blue artwork (including "Soldier's Wife" by Mark Wholey, pictured) opens with a reception on December 19 and runs through March 1...

With one of the busiest shopping weeks of the year ahead of us, here are some great recommendations, for a variety of literary tastes. "The Hired Girl" by Laura Amy What a refreshing book and charming protagonist!...

TIVERTON —Town Administrator Matt Wojcik and Council President Denise deMedeiros responded this week to allegations made by Recreation Commission Chairwoman Susan Gill when she, and two other members, resigned last Monday night from the...
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