They are learning the intricacies of playwriting through the Theatre Communications Group’s new Veterans and Theatre Institute Program.
Arts & Culture
The Brown Chorus will stage its last concert of the semester, performing the first hour of George Frideric Handel’s most famous composition, “Messiah.”
“Straight White Men,” playing in repertory at the Wilbury Theatre Group, delivers bold and lacerating insight into privilege and what it means to be “woke.”
Volger is the author of “Bowl,” a cookbook dealing entirely with a formerly hipster but increasingly mainstream trend: food bowls.
Enveloping listeners in soulful, bluesy funk and eerie, ethereal vocals, Childish Gambino plunges into the mellifluous world of psychedelia in his third LP.
Federal Hill’s Kitchen is known for being a small breakfast restaurant with a big line of people outside, serving classic American fare.
The vibrant black and neon-accented truck that frequents Waterman Street was first conceived in 2013.
Ruth Fine, curator of the exhibition “Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis,” visited campus Wednesday to discuss Lewis’ life.
Wednesday night, the rain echoed Professor of Anthropology Lina Fruzzetti’s tears as she told, in a soft, rhythmic voice, the story of her mother.
Citizen Wing, a food truck serving the greater Providence community, received the “Best Fried Stuff” award in the most recent issue of Rhode Island Monthly.