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For World War II veterans, a R.I. museum that honors and preserves their memories

“You can see them smile sometimes, and you can see them cry sometimes, but it’s all in their eyes,” said Tim Gray, the founder and president of nonprofit foundation that runs the museum.

Join the discussion: In a guitar solo, Rhode Island’s Steve Malec leaves the earth behind

Steve Malec is not Prince, as he’d be the first to tell you. But for five minutes on a Saturday night at The Ohio Club, a squeeze-your-way-to-your seat establishment in downtown Hot Springs, he levitated.


‘The Inheritance’ explores three generations of the LGBTQ+ community

Joe Wilson Jr., who directs the Trinity Rep production, says the two-part play aims to honor “all that came before us.”


What does it mean to be a witch in the 21st century?

On this week’s Rhode Island Report podcast, two women who practice Modern Traditional Witchcraft break it down.


Randy Rainbow hopes for progressive comedy gold

Ahead of his PPAC Show Friday, the satirist talks about the man behind the glasses.


Senator Whitehouse has a new book out this week

Whitehouse details what he believes is the sordid role of dark money and corporate influence in our courts and our democracy.

R.I. had ‘Witches of Eastwick’ before ‘Hocus Pocus’

The Ocean State already had a trio of delightfully witchy women long before the Sanderson sisters took flight over Federal Hill.


Local youth paint new mural on generational trauma, protests, and life in South Providence

“Art is a way to create a common ground and for the youth to blend together and create something that captures a single moment.”