Monthly Archives: March 2012

Continental, Silks & The Crock Hunt
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Continental, Silks & The Crock Hunt

The Continental bring it with straight forward infectious punk rock. Think of it this way, picture if the Dropkick Murphys ...

Can’t Afford Progressives
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Can’t Afford Progressives

Long overdue for new eye glasses, I went to one of those one-hour places to exercise a $99 frame-and-lens coupon. ...

O’Nan’s ‘The Odds’ Rolls Double or Nothing
March 1, 2012 33 commentsby

O’Nan’s ‘The Odds’ Rolls Double or Nothing

Two books take place simultaneously within the slim confines of Stewart O’Nan’s new novel The Odds. One tells the story ...

Tartuffe
March 1, 2012 7 commentsby

Tartuffe

There are likely hundreds of colleges and universities with theater programs in the United States. One has to wonder if ...

A Few Good Men
March 1, 2012 7 commentsby

A Few Good Men

It is perhaps one of the most familiar movie catchphrases in recent history. Jack Nicholson, in full military regalia, sitting ...

Sparrow Grass
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Sparrow Grass

Trinity Repertory Company has a penchant for thinking outside of the box, for trying things that are new or unexpected. ...

Avenue Q
March 1, 2012 12 commentsby

Avenue Q

To say that puppetry as a theatrical art has a long history would be an understatement. An ancient art form, ...

Battle for the Bay
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Battle for the Bay

Save the Bay’s Jonathan Stone turns up heat on polluter The mission seemed pretty straightforward. Three years ago, a new ...

Genny Don’t Lose That Number
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Genny Don’t Lose That Number

’Gansett releases a lovely cream ale One problem with big mainstream beers is that people expect me to know everything ...

TRIST provides belly laughs with  weekend performances of Twelfth Night
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TRIST provides belly laughs with weekend performances of Twelfth Night

If you’re looking for a little comical pre-game in your weekend romp downtown, allow us to suggest Twelfth Night, produced ...