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(Updated 12:13 p.m.) Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Virginia Woolf paid former First Lady Barbara Bush a birthday visit last summer, courtesy of TEN31 Productions of Pawtucket. The company outfits and hires actors who perform "living art" at special events. … more
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(Updated 1:10 p.m.) The state awarded $4.2 million Monday through 47 capital grants for 45 arts, culture, heritage and public historic sites across the state. more
For the third winter in a row, Providence entered a new year without the bang of fireworks downtown. Not having an event that draws tens of thousands of people to the downtown for a First Night-like celebration is probably a missed … more
(Updated 3:09 p.m.) Eleven entrepreneurs with Rhode Island connections have made it onto Forbes’ annual “30 under 30” list released Monday. more
Maybe you're sick of hearing about Broadway's "Hamilton." But when I think back to the book or article or TV show or movie or other piece of what the media executives call "content" that affected and entertained and enlightened me most in … more
Five temporary art installations have been placed in Providence along the vacant I-195 lands, joining 12 that were placed on the parcels in 2014. more
Schools, organizations, community centers and artists were awarded approximately $143,000 in grants from the R.I. State Council on the Arts this month. more
The Arts & Culture Research Network has been created to explore the role arts play in Rhode Island’s economy and other public policy issues. more
(Updated 2:52 p.m.) Trinity Repertory Co. will award Oskar Eustis and Laurie Eustis with the Pell Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts. more
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