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SEEKING TENANTS: Daniel Feiner, left, and Michael Volpe are vice presidents at MG Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. and brokers for the vacant storefronts at 183-185 Mathewson St. in Providence, pictured, which are ready for tenants. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Could downtown Providence’s Mathewson St. see a renaissance?

For decades, most businesses have struggled to survive on Mathewson Street in downtown Providence. Among the few long-term, successful businesses such as Hotel Providence, Cellar...

Women & Infants’ ‘Bright Night’ virtual fundraiser features local, national stars

PROVIDENCE – Women & Infants Hospital’s annual Bright Night for Little Stars is going virtual this year. The Oct. 3 fundraiser will stream live from...

RIC Foundation names new president, executive committee members

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island College Foundation announced Aug. 11 that it has named multiple new members to its executive committee, including a new...

Festival Ballet Providence artistic director to retire

PROVIDENCE – Festival Ballet Providence Artistic Director Mihailo “Misha” Djuric will retire from the dance organization on Sept. 1 after more than 22 years...
TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY announced Wednesday that it is shifting the start of its 2020-21 season from August 2020 to January 2021. / COURTESY TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY

Trinity Rep delays new season until January 2021

PROVIDENCE – Two months after laying out its 2020-21 season, Trinity Repertory Company announced Wednesday morning that the performing arts group is shifting the...
PROVIDENCE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER announced Wednesday that it will reopen in January 2021. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

PPAC won’t reopen until 2021

PROVIDENCE – Providence Performing Arts Center's reopening will not be until January 2021, the organization announced on Wednesday. The theater said that it is taking...
VIRTUAL ACT: Brien Lang, right, and Dave Carney perform “Miss You Like Hell,” a musical adaptation of the movie “Roadhouse,” linked via Zoom with fellow Wilbury Theatre Group cast members for a 401Gives Day online performance on April 1 at the theater in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Theater, arts scenes in R.I. show signs of life

Whoever coined the phrase “the show must go on” was not referring to the health and economic meltdown caused by the new ­coronavirus. Yet amid...
LEADERSHIP CHANGE: Joseph D’Alesio, left, president and chief operating officer, and Frank Romeo, CEO, recently took on new roles at BETA Group in Lincoln. The planning firm has lent engineering, construction, design and other services to numerous infrastructure projects throughout Rhode Island and New England. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

BETA Group has engineered a change

One year after moving into a more spacious building, BETA Group Inc. is absorbing another change that became official at the start of 2020. The...

Providence Performing Arts Center to offer behind-the-scenes tour

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Performing Arts Center will open its doors on Saturday, Feb. 1, for a unique tour. Open to the public at no...
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Five Questions: J.L. “Lynn” Singleton

J.L. ‘Lynn’ Singleton | President, Providence Performing Arts Center 1. “Hamilton” at the Providence Performing Arts Center drew 73,000 people into Providence during the...

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