The “Charm of New England” will be performed at 6:30 pm this Friday at the Gazebo in Pawtuxet Park, Warwick, R.I.
The Players of the Barker Playhouse theatre will perform their 5th Annual Theatre-in-the Park series this Friday. This year’s theme is “The Charm of New England,” a revue of songs, scenes, comedic monologue, and themes which paint a picture of New England. This year’s performance is on Friday, August 26th at 6:30 – 7:30 pm, hosted by the Friends of Pawtuxet Village. Admission is FREE, so bring a lawn chair and your picnic basket and be transported back to a gentler, more peaceful time in our history.
There are times in our lives when we feel stagnant, unmotivated, or plain Blah! And these feelings don’t always help those of us who really want to be feeling energized and in the highest vibration possible for ourselves, for those who mean the most in our lives, and for those we want to impact with our gifts. As women entrepreneurs, the greatest disservice is not honoring our creative selves. Oh yes, we all are creative individuals in one way or another. With that said, I want to share with you four types of movements that can help you tap into the part of you that is right there waiting to come out; that creative part of you that wants to shine and be seen and sometimes heard!
The premise of these Movements is based on my belief that we are Physical, Mindful, Spiritual, and Emotional beings. These are the components in each and every one of us. To live a more balanced and full life, being in tune and in touch with each of these four areas of our beings is essential.
Does your mental clutter make you feel anxious, exhausted, stressed, or overwhelmed?
Does it make you feel like you are running a mile a minute in 10 different directions?
You can’t think clearly and focus when you are consumed by mental clutter. When our minds are clear, it stimulates creative thoughts. Those thoughts can’t get through when there is mental clutter in the way. It will deplete you of your energy and decrease your productivity.
Here are 6 tips to help you with mental clutter:
by Kim Celona
Artist & Writer
This year’s Foo Fest will be super cool and exciting as usual because AS220 is just that. It all begins tomorrow, August 13th from 1PM to 1AM!
How awesome is it that you can hang, create, listen to eclectic and electronic musician Dan Deacon, shop and browse the Anarchist book fair and view a human gnome garden with a bunch of talented and just really nice people because artists are just that. Through my experience at AS220 which I’ve written about in previous RICM articles, I have found a home, a place where I feel so comfortable.
People mark the start of summer in different ways. Maybe it’s by the first ice cream cone they get to eat that slowly melts down the fresh waffle cone. It could be the first beach trip where you get to start working on your golden tan. Or maybe it’s gathering together for cookouts, complete with hamburgers, colds beers, and games with friends.
But for others, it may start with the deep purr of Vroom! Vrooooom!
Cars are a staple of many summer memories; especially in New England when the temperature is finally warm enough to take the top down on the convertible, unroll the windows, and enjoy the car trips as the sun shines through the windshield.