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In this weeks A Walk In The Park with Jane Andrews looks at how humans in need of a purpose waste a lot of time and energy.
In this weeks WCRI's Kids Hour hosts Jamie and Spencer listen to music from plays and films involving school. You'll hear music from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Breakfast Club, Grease and many more!
This week Joe is featuring pianist Eliane Elias from her 2000 Blue Note Records recording titled "Everything I Love".
Theatre by the Sea's production of Kinky Boots is the subject of this week's program, with stars Luke Hamilton as Charlie and Julian Malone as Lola. We talk about the musical and listen to some of the very popular songs from the show that won six Tony Awards. For more information you can call 401-782-8587 or go to www.theatrebythesea.com.
In this weeks 95.9 Company Break program Mike talks with Chariho Furniture owner Ed Smith! It’s often said that “things just aren’t made the way they used to be.” How true this is in nearly all cases. But to every rule there is an exception. At Chariho Furniture you will feel you have stepped back in time and you will experience handmade craftmanship from another era . . . today. Chariho Furniture is different than other furniture ...
In this weeks A Walk In The Park with Jane Andrews we discuss how words can reveal just how far we've come.
This week Joe is featuring Vibraphonist Milt Jackson from his 1972 CTI Records recording titled “Sunflower”.
The Contemporary Theater’s Artistic Director Tammy Brown is our special guest on this week’s program. We talk about their upcoming season of musicals, plays, concerts, classes and other exciting events, including their “Afterglow” series. For more information you can go to https://www.contemporarytheatercompany.com
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