TV on the Radio return with new album, “Seeds”

Indie music seems to be growing in popularity more each day. One of the genre’s veteran acts, TV on the Radio, released its fifth studio album, “Seeds” late last month. The 12-track album is full...

Movie Review: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One”

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part One” is the beginning of the end to the Hunger Games series and starts off where “Catching Fire” left off. Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) almost taking her own life...

Q&A with W. Kamau Bell

W. Kamau Bell is best known for his political stand-up and his television program “Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell,” which ran on FX from 2012 to 2013. He will be performing at Fete...

Review: ‘Avenue Q’ brings unique brand of humor to URI

I remember when I was a boy of 11, my parents were in a cabaret and they performed songs from numerous musicals to varying degrees of success. It was around this time they introduced...

Local groups play on-campus Hope Rocks benefit

A sorority at the University of Rhode Island hosted a concert this week to benefit a philanthropic health care organization. On-campus women’s pharmacy organization Lambda Kappa Sigma sponsored the Hope Rocks Benefit Concert. All proceeds...

Bridge art at FAC main gallery

A local artist who has painted the same views for over 30 years has brought her work to the University of Rhode Island in an exhibit at the Fine Arts Center. Ida Schmulowitz has been...

Band Profile: The Cranks

The Cranks are an indie rock trio from Dunstable, Massachusetts, and have gained a reputation throughout New England as a popular performing act. The band’s drummer, Connor Gowland is a University of Rhode Island sophomore...

Documentary film to explore nonviolent resistance movement in Tibet

This evening at 7:30 p.m. in Lippitt Hall Auditorium, join the Office of International Education and the Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies for What Remains of US: A Documentary Film on Tibet. The documentary,...

Review: Seth Meyers brings late night laughs to Ryan Center

Comedian Seth Meyers recounted stories of canceled trains and gun tornadoes at his Family Weekend show on Saturday to a highly receptive crowd. The “Late Night” host and former “Saturday Night Live” star performed an...

Local bands battle for pennies at charity concert

A Battle of the Bands concert on Friday night raised $671.70 for a local homeless shelter. The concert at Edwards Auditorium was sponsored by Strike A Chord, URI Musicians Guild and the Kappa Delta sorority,...

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