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Prof's debut novel tells of music and memory

On the eve of World War I, tap dancer Lizzie Winrow and her accompanying jazz musician Osceola Turner live in Charleston, S.C., with dreams of making it big. Their journey to success proves difficult when they lose the money they have been saving and Ossie enlists to fight in Europe, where he thinks ...


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First plays showcase new group's talent

Flawless beauty takes tremendous work — at least, that is the message conveyed in "Opus" by Michael Hollinger and "Speed-the-Plow" by David Mamet, the first plays to be produced by the Repertory Project, an independent theater group headed by Emma Johnson '14 and Skylar Fox '15. Both plays, by ...


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Jazz show energizes older generation

Rhode Island jazz fans packed the Grant Recital Hall Sunday afternoon to hear world-renowned trombonist and Rhode Island native George Masso jam out with Paul Nagel on piano, Marty Ballou on bass, Steve DeConti on guitar, Bruce Abbott on saxophone and Paul Mason, teaching associate in the music department, ...


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Seminar designs exhibit for Chinese New Year

In celebration of the Chinese New Year that began two weeks ago, a new exhibit on display in the inner lobby of List Art Center showcases a collection of images — meant to ward off evil and bring good luck in the coming year — to herald the Year of the Dragon.


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Postcards mark sights and stories of city

Brunonians looking to soak in the spirit of Providence now do not have to venture far from College Hill. The Postcard Project, currently on display on small shelves lining two walls in the lower level of the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, is a collection of postcards featuring ...


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Playwriting festival celebrates raw theater

When Laura Colella's GS play "Liquorland" hits the stage Friday evening, it will open the third annual Writing Is Live, a free playwriting festival featuring new work by graduate and undergraduate students. Colella and five other student playwrights in the Departments of Theater Arts and Performance ...


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Play explores the drama of medicine

"You don't know who you are until you experience … tragedy," Deborah Salem Smith, playwright-in-residence at Trinity Repertory Company, told students and medical professionals crowded in Pembroke Hall as she spoke about complicated reactions to medical malpractice Wednesday. The lecture, entitled ...


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Songstress lights up otherwise dark night

Canadian pop starlet Lights — nee Valerie Poxleitner — has come a long way since her sugary first LP dropped in 2009. Her high-energy performance at The Met Friday night, mainly featuring tracks from her sophomore effort, "Siberia," was more grit than girly.


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Exhibit obscures popular cultural images

Walking into the David Winton Bell Gallery, located in the lobby of the List Art Center, visitors are immediately confronted by a barrage of brightly colored pop-art pieces, photorealist prints and politically relevant montages. These pieces make up the featured exhibition, "Optical Noise: American ...


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Spring theater leaves Bard behind

With uncertainty and tumult beyond the Van Wickle Gates, students can take solace in Brown's thriving and healthy theater world this semester. This spring's thespian offerings include student-written theater, as well as a drama by two of Shakespeare's contemporaries. 


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Red Stripe well worth the walk

There are few places worth a 20 minute walk in the bitter cold of a dark December night. But Red Stripe, a self-described casual fine dining spot in Providence's East Side, definitely tops the list. The best part about Red Stripe, located on Angell Street near Wayland Square, is that it has all the ...


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Italian cuisine falls short at Siena

Few college students can afford to spontaneously jet off to Italy, but at least they can spend an evening at Siena. The restaurant, which was voted "Best Restaurant in Rhode Island" in 2008 and 2010, is appropriately located on Federal Hill, Providence's Little Italy, and bills its fare as Tuscan soul ...





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