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Theater Review: Steel Magnolias at Trinity Rep

Friday, April 22, 2011

There is an inherent danger in picking a hair style out of a magazine, and having it applied in the beauty parlor.  Such is the misguidedness of Trinity Rep's Steel Magnolias, which has taken a 1980's provincial comedic drama (lots of laughs, but someone dies) set in a small-town Lousiana beauty parlor, and teased it up to suit a 2011 Northeastern contemporary theater. 

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Earth Day Bulb Swap at Pawtucket Farmer’s Market

Friday, April 22, 2011

The conservation group Lights Out, Green In has a bright idea for how to celebrate this Earth Day: give out 1,500 energy efficient light bulbs for free. That’s right, the Rhode Island-based group will be setting up a booth at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market this Saturday from 10am-1pm where they will be giving out energy efficient fluorescent light bulbs in exchange for residents' old incandescent bulbs

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5 Weekend Musts: Easter Egg Hunts & More

Friday, April 22, 2011

Was that a fast-moving white rabbit passing you on the Newport Bridge just now? Here are the 5 things you don't want to miss (other than that bunny) this weekend.

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Media Buzz: Former Anchor Forced To Resign, Edward R. Murrow Speaks, Cicilline Radio Grab

Friday, April 22, 2011

Former Channel 6 Anchor and Reporter – Paul Mueller says he was told to either quit or be fired after a not so flattering tape of him showed up on YouTube. Mueller – who most recently had a gig at WGGB in Springfield was an MC at event for a young boy who hanged himself after being bullied. Mueller, on the tape, was slurring his speech and also made some harsh remarks about his sexual orientation. 

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Resilient B’s Even Series At Two

Friday, April 22, 2011

Trailing the entire game, Boston's first and only lead came on Michael Ryder's game-winning goal in overtime.

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NEW: Wind Turbine Finds Foes in Charlestown

Thursday, April 21, 2011

A local wind turbine project that is allegedly creating a bad image for other energy initiatives is being criticized by the Charlestown Democratic Town Committee (CDTC).

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NEW: Job Opportunity and Skills Centers Open In Providence

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Four Financial Opportunity Centers designed to assist more than 450 local families to find jobs, reduce and manage debt, gain financial literacy skills and build assets so they can achieve financial independence were launched today in Providence. 

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New Company an Economic Development Win for RI

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Yardney Technical Products, Inc. is slated to relocate from Pawcatuck, CT to East Greenwich, RI, marking a significant economic victory for the Ocean State.

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Good Is Good: The Illusion of Success for Men

Thursday, April 21, 2011

There is this part of some guys’ brains that still believes, consciously or unconsciously, that to be a man we really need to be the man. We need to be Clint Eastwood, or Tom Brady, or Norman Mailer, or Steve Jobs—someone doing something of real consequence with our work, making a mark on the world.

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Trender: Musician/Artist Andrew Moon Bain

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Who are the Rhode Islanders leading in arts, fashion, food, and style? They're Trenders, and GoLocalProv offers glimpses of the people you most want to know on the scene. Today, artist/musician Andrew Moon Bain, who is one of four artists featured in "New Mythologies," opening this weekend at Candita Clayton Studios. In addition to his visual art, Bain is a fixture on the local music scence, performing as part of Boo City. 

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