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Gladstone Elementary fifth graders receive instruments from Festivals Foundation

Sevastien Emmanuel carefully lifts the violin out of its case, holds it to his ear, plucking the strings. Around him, other fifth graders at...

Six Picks:The Best in Local Music This Week (September 29-October 5)

The Silks at The Met Rhode Island’s best Blues/Rock band just might be The Silks, and like most great bands, the best way to hear...

25th Annual Oktoberfest set to take place on the East Providence Waterfront on October...

There will be plenty of brews and brats at the 25th Annual Oktoberfest taking place on Columbus Day Weekend, Saturday, October 7th from noon...

Oroboro invades The News Café on September 30th

Western Massachusetts progressive noise punks Oroboro have been causing a stir in Rhode Island in 2017. Their unique sound has made them the topic...

Air Force One Experience seeking docents to provide historical guidance to visitors

North Kingstown, RI – September 25, 2017 – New England residents flocked to Quonset State Airport to be among the first to see the newly unveiled Air...

Ocean State Oyster Festival takes over South Water Street in Providence on September 23rd

Despite being the smallest state in the union, Rhode Island has an awful lot to brag about. The fantastic beaches, a stellar music and...

The Best in Local Music This Week (September 22-September 28)

Whats Up Rhode Island? It’s a big week for music legends past and present in the Providence area. “Six Picks” has your top shows...

Worshipper Headlines Day 1 of Forge Fest at Dusk

This coming weekend at Dusk in Providence, there’s going to be a ginormous festival showcasing some of the best metal and hard rock from...

Fifth Annual Ocean Road 10K sells out, will be held in Narragansett on October...

For the second time in a row, the Ocean Road 10K, presented by Polar Seltzer, has sold out well ahead for the event. 1,750 registrants...

Podcast: A conversation with Richard Price

Richard Price is an educator, a survivor, and among the hidden treasures of Rhode Island’s rich musical scene. A former lead trumpet player with...