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Person and persona

Folksie newcomer John Shade says that his songs are focused on identity and anonymity, but there’s also what sounds like an unraveling personal economy lurking beneath: characters steal purses, check classifieds, go it alone with “no safety net,” and gen
For John Shade, it’s all in the text
By MATT PARISH  |  May 07, 2010

Must-see moves

Two of this fall's dance performances will tell Halloween-style stories — a reprise of Viktor Plotnikov's THE WIDOW'S BROOM , by Festival Ballet Providence, and a premiere of Miki Ohlsen's DRACULA , by Island Moving Co.
Flying feet and acrobatic hijinks
By JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ  |  September 18, 2009

Keyed up

Johnny Lingo just may be the unabashed king of piano-pop ditties here in Li'l Rhody, as showcased on his recent full-length debut Shake It Off.
Piano man
By PROVIDENCE MUSIC STAFF  |  January 27, 2009

The First-Ever Portland Phoenix Short Film Festival

We weren’t really sure what to expect when we first came up with the idea of having an evening of short films as a way to highlight the work of local moviemakers.
Maine moviemakers
By JEFF INGLIS AND SARA DONNELLY  |  November 21, 2006

Sky society

I’d been hearing severe thunderstorm warnings on the radio all afternoon.
Band of buddies becomes a full-blown culture
By WHIT RICHARDSON  |  July 12, 2006

Trance to the music

As the aesthetes invade dance music, trance has taken more blows than Douglas gave Tyson.
Chris DeVries celebrates a decade in the ’Lab; DJ/Rupture’s new single
By DAVID DAY  |  January 17, 2006