Jazz After Dinner

Presented by Rhumbline Restaurant: Friday evenings at 8:00 PM join award winning pianist, Grammy nominated composer, and Steinway Artist Joe Parillo as he brings you an hour of some of the best Jazz on the planet.

Conducting Conversations

Presented by Roberts Musical Instruments: Every Sunday evening from 7:00 to 8:00 PM join Mike Maino for an hour of music and conversation with notable people in the arts.

WCRI’s Festival Series

WCRI’s Festival Series Featuring The Newport Music Festival, presented by Hyundai of Newport: Sundays at 9:00pm, we capture that sense of place – the natural beauty, the excitement of the music, the fun – in this series of broadcasts from the worlds greatest music festivals.

American A cappella

At 9pm on the last Sunday of every month join hosts Mike Maino and Jamie Jones for American A cappella. You’ll get a taste of the best a cappella music along with a few candid interviews with people who have shaped this great American art form!

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There is a foot bridge in Boston named after Arthur Fiedler near where he conducted outdoor concerts with the Boston Pops Orchestra.

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    The civil suit asks the court to block the R.I. education department from allowing RISE to enroll students this summer. It also alleges that the school's authorization process was illegal.
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    But the City Council president believes he has the votes to pass the ordinance, which would regulate businesses suspected of prostitution and sex trafficking.
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    PROVIDENCE — If the city and its firefighters union can’t reach agreement on how to reorganize the Fire Department by 5 p.m. Saturday, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza said, he will implement his own plan starting at 8 a.m. Sunday.Elorza claims the new system could save as much as $5 million a year in overtime starting in […]
  • Firms chosen to build, design rainforest exhibit at Roger Williams Park Zoo August 1, 2015
    A partnership of Yoder + Tidwell of Providence and GLMV, a national zoo design firm, was chosen for the project, which involves constructing an approximately 10,000-square-foot rainforest building behind the zoo’s tropics exhibit at the far end of the complex, near Route 95 and Elmwood Avenue.

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