Archive For September 30, 2017

NICE OPENING PUBLIC LECTURE FALL 2017

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NICE OPENING PUBLIC LECTURE FALL 2017

NICE The Norton Institute for Continuing Education (NICE) announces its first open lecture of the 2017 – 2018 academic year. This presentation will be held in the Hindle Auditorium on the Wheaton College Campus, 26 East Main Street, Norton, Massachusetts, and is free and open to the public. No RSVP is required The Russian Revolution: 1917 Gary Hylander,…

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38 STUDIOS TRANSPARENCY

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38 STUDIOS TRANSPARENCY

Raimondo Signs 38 Studios Transparency Legislation PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Governor Gina M. Raimondo today signed legislation that makes public previously undisclosed records from the state’s investigation of 38 Studios. The Governor also announced her administration will immediately file an objection to a court order obtained in June by Attorney General Peter Kilmartin blocking the release of documents…

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CENTER FOR UNDISCIPLINED RESEARCH

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CENTER FOR UNDISCIPLINED RESEARCH

Sunday, October 15th, 10-1PM New Bedford Art Museum 608 Pleasant Street New Bedford, MA 02740 10-12PM ALMOST ALL MY STUDENTS ARE WEARING BLACK: An open dialogue about how to address politics in the classroom as a subjective professor working in an art school (because there’s no such thing as objective). What do you think about discussing politics…

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GINA LEADING ON DACA STATUS

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GINA LEADING ON DACA STATUS

GINA LEADING ON DACA STATUS Washington State Joins RI to Pay Dreamers’ Renewal Fees Following Governor Raimondo’s landmark announcement last week that no Rhode Island Dreamer will have to pay the $495 fee to renew his or her DACA status, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee announced yesterday that his state will implement a similar program…

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WOMR: OUTERMOST RADIO

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WOMR: OUTERMOST RADIO

Awkward Disasters & Inappropriate Opinions   A Night of Essays with Susan Blood and Ira Wood to benefit community radio station WOMR Susan Blood-by Chris Blood Provincetown, MA, September 25, 2017: Local humorists Ira Wood and Susan Blood will perform on October 5th at 7:30 at the Wellfleet Preservation Hall with an evening of essays…

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AUDUBON RHODE ISLAND

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AUDUBON RHODE ISLAND

A Mischievous Raven Has Come to Roost Audubon Environmental Education Center, 1401 Hope Street, Bristol, RI – Let’s face it. Historically, literature and folklore haven’t always been kind to the Raven. With its sleek black feathers and piercing eyes, this bird has long been associated with the dark stories of Edgar Allan Poe and old…

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CAPRON PARK BOO ZOO

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CAPRON PARK BOO ZOO

Zoo Boo is coming!  Looking for a fun night of Halloween fun? Look no further! Hop on down to the zoo Friday, October 27 from 6-9 PM for an evening of mayhem and mischief. Bring your ghouls and goblins for a night of no-to-scary Halloween fun! Activities and games can be found throughout the zoo!…

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RYAN TAX CUT PLAN

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RYAN TAX CUT PLAN

Next Up: Ryan Tax Cut Plan Sparks Protests in Boston Mike Clifford – Commonwealth News Service BOSTON – Boston kicked off this weekend with protests of U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan’s budget resolution. It calls for $5.5 trillion in tax cuts and is expected to reach the House floor by early October. Among those speaking…

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“PLAY ON”

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“PLAY ON”

Attleboro Community Theatre Attleboro Community Theatre is thrilled to open their 61st Season with the hilarious and action-packed comedy, PLAY ON!, written by Rick Abbot and directed by Jeanne Smith of Norton, MA. Play ON! is the hysterical story of a theater group trying desperately to put on a play in spite of maddening interference…

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ARCTIC PLAYHOUSE WARWICK RI

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ARCTIC PLAYHOUSE WARWICK RI

The Arctic Playhouse presents Ernest Thompson’s beloved ON GOLDEN POND   Limited Engagement! September 29 – October 14, 2017   The Arctic Playhouse will present On Golden Pond by Ernest Thompson at their intimate performance space at 117 Washington Street in West Warwick, RI.  Co-directed by Sandy Cerel of Johnston and Christopher Margadonna of Pawtucket, On…

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