Concert Recap and Photos: Neal & the Vipers Rock Askew

RI music royalty hit the streets outside Askew Saturday night when Neal & the Vipers tore through a blues-rock set in front of around a hundred socially distant, but decidedly satisfied fans....

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “The Devil All the Time”

Adapting a book for the big screen can be a tricky process. People often talk about film adaptations in terms of faithfulness to the source material, but those discussions put too much...
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Things to do in Rhode Island this weekend: Sept. 18 – 20

Discover all that’s happening, new, and to do across Rhode Island over this weekend, September 18 - 20, 2020. Things to in Rhode Island this weekend is presented...

Six Picks Music: Weekend Music Live and Streaming – Neal & the Vipers, Sheryl...

There's great music happening around the state and streaming around the world this weekend. Many live streams are now using production crews for a high quality home experience. Check out some of...

Love Over Everything: New album by Newport hip-hop artist Camden Murphy out today

It’s going to be a great day for local music fans.  Today, Newport-based hip-hop artist Camden Murphy will release his first feature album entitled "Love Over Everything".  Born...

Trinity Rep Cancels In-Person Performances Until Fall 2021 – Will Offer Digital Productions

More than six months after the pandemic first forced the closure of theaters around the country, Trinity Repertory Theatre has made the difficult decision not to produce in-person, indoor performances at Trinity...

At The Ocean Race Summits Newport, Senator Whitehouse warns we must act now on...

U.S. Senator for Rhode Island Sheldon Whitehouse was among an engaging and diverse group of international experts and change-makers who spoke Wednesday at the Ocean Race Summit, a virtual event broadcast from...

FirstWorks to Present the Rhythms of Oumou Sangaré and Sidy Maiga Thursday, Sept 17th

Experience the soul-lifting sounds of Mali in a live stream Thursday September 17th with Grammy winner Oumou Sangaré and master drummer Sidy Maiga. An outspoken activist for women’s rights, the “songbird of Wassoulou,”...

RIDOT Director provides update on potential RIDOT/RITBA merger, takes issue with city, town resolutions...

Peter Alviti, Director of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, provided an update on the ongoing conversation surrounding the merger/consolidation of the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) and Rhode Island Turnpike...

Tish Adams Jazz Quartet to Play Special Show Friday, Sept. 18

One of the state's most admired jazz acts, the Tish Adams Jazz Quartet, will play a live show this Friday September 18th in East Greenwich. The show, designed as a fundraiser for...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “I’m Thinking of Ending Things”

 I’m Thinking of Ending Things, the latest work from filmmaker Charlie Kaufman adapted from Iain Reid’s novel of the same name, is a difficult film to write about. As the screenwriter behind...

PPAC Announces Live Stream “An Evening of New York Songs and Stories with Suzanne...

Providence, RI -Grammy Award-winning artist Suzanne Vega releases her latest album An Evening of New York Songs and Stories (Amanuensis/Cooking Vinyl) today and is celebrating the release of her album with a...

Newport City Council race narrowed to eight; Cortvriend, Ruggiero, McGaw move on in representative...

Voters this week narrowed down the field in spirited Newport City Council and state Representative races throughout Aquidneck Island. Leading up to Tuesday there were 19 candidates running for...

Live on What’s Up Newp: What’s Up In Local Music – Mark Cutler &...

What’sUpNewp is launching a new live stream video series “What’s Up in Local Music” on Thursday, September 10th. The series, scheduled for 7 pm, will be hosted by...

Live on What’s Up Newp: A conversation with Paul Marshall and Jamie Bova, candidates...

Jamie Bova and Paul Marshall joined What's Up Newp for a chat about their primary results and campaign. Bova was top vote-getter for At-Large, Marshall was top vote-getter for Ward 3.

Live on What’s Up Newp: 2020 Primary Unofficial Final Results Are In

What's Up Newp's Ryan Belmore and Frank Prosnitz will go live to bring you the latest results from the 2020 primary. Tune on in as we break down Newport County and statewide...

Live Blog – Election 2020: Results, updates for Newport City Council At-Large, Third Ward...

Newport, RI - On Tuesday, voters narrowed the field in spirited Newport City Council and state Representative races throughout Aquidneck Island. There are 19 candidates running for Newport City...

Newport Folk Legend Chris Smither Releasing New Album + Passim Live Stream in October

Chris Smither will be performing a special concert next month live at Club Passim to celebrate the release of his latest album, More From the Levee. Smither will play an acoustic set...

Live on WUN – Video: What’s Up Newp live with results, updates

What's Up Newp's Ryan Belmore and Frank Prosnitz will go live beginning at 8 pm this evening to bring you the latest news and results from the polls, discuss the local races,...

Primary election today to choose candidates for Newport Council and Representative races

Voters today will be narrowing the field in spirited Newport City Council and state Representative races throughout Aquidneck Island. Polls open at 7 a.m. in all towns this morning...

What’s up in Newport County this week: September 8 – 13

Discover all that's happening, new, and to do in Newport County this week. Tuesday, September 8 Newport, Wakefield courthouses will reopen on September 8th

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President”

In my recent interview with music writer and retired MTV Executive Bill Flanagan, the Warwick native explained how the new film Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President came to be.

What’s up in Newport County this Labor Day Weekend: Sept. 4 – 7

Newport, RI – Discover all that’s happening, new, and to do out there this Labor Day weekend in Newport County - Newport, Jamestown, Middletown, Portsmouth, Tiverton, and Little Compton.

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “Mulan”

After months of disruptions that continue to impact film distribution, we’ve now reached a point in the year when studios are starting to take chances with their blockbusters - high-cost productions they...

Escobar Farm Corn Maze opens for season

Portsmouth, RI- Escobar Farm's Corn Maze opened for the 2020 season this morning at 10 am. The Maze this year celebrates the Farmer and returns at a time when...