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Providence in 1914

WBRU News dusts off the ol' time machine and gives you a look at what Providence was like one hundred years ago.

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Local Artists Talk Healthcare

HealthSource RI and WBRU have been interviewing members of RI's artistic community about healthcare. Check it. 

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Sleigh Bells at Fête

American noise pop duo from Brooklyn, New York, Sleigh Bells, visited us in Providence earlier this week for an awesome show at Fête!

Derek E. Miller rocked guitars with Alexis Krauss on vocals. The duo also travel with a

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1963: The Beatles, on the last night of their tour with Roy Orbison, performed at King George's Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire. It was during this tour that The Beatles' fans started throwing jelly babies at them while they were on stage, after an off-the-cuff remark on television that George Harrison enjoyed eating them.

1965: The Be

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NEW JACK WHITE!

Breaking Music News: Jack White has done it again. With a brand new album, new tour dates, and some great television appearances lined up, we could not be more exited by one of our latest favorite artists!

White's second solo album, Lazaretto is now available worldwide! Purchase your copy today via

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1942: Glenn Wallichs launched Capitol Records in the US. The label became home to such artists as Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin, Glen Campbell, Steve Miller, Dr. Hook, Bob Seger

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Mastodon at the Worcester Palladium

I am long overdue on this post, but it has taken me 2 solid weeks to recover from the face-melting show Mastodon put on at the Worcester Palladium on May 16, 2014.

Upon arriving in Worcester, it was clear that a metal band was in town

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Throwback Thursday: This Week in History

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

1964: Eleven boys were suspended from a school in Coventry, England for having Mick Jagger haircuts.

1964: Pirate radio station 'Sutch' was started by Screaming Lord Sutch, broadcasting from former army fort 'Shivering Sands' in The Thames Estuary.

1966: The Beatles recorded 'Y

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NEW CHILIS: what we know about new music from Red Hot Chili Peppers

Tumor has it that The Red Hot Chili Peppers are early in the recording process for their follow-up to 2011's "I'm With You!"

Chilis drummer Chad Smith said in an interview with Billboard,
It's only been a couple of months, so we're just st

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Inside Mister Sister

WBRU's Emily Wooldridge talks with Robert McAlston of Mister Sister, the "erotic boutique" on Wickenden Street on Providence. It turns out there's more than meets the eye.

 

 

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