Speaking truth to power

By PHILLIPE AND JORGE  |  November 6, 2013

Good luck to Mayor Fung. And who would have thunk that a Latino and Asian, both graduates of Classical High School in Providence, might be squaring off for the state’s governorship? Maybe we ain’t all bad, eh?

Good luck, amigo and péngyou.

Unity Concerts in Matunuck

The Unity Concerts — two days of music put on by the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame to benefit its musician’s health initiative, the Tune In & Tune Up program — will take place at the Ocean Mist in Matunuck this Saturday, November 9 from 6 pm to 1 am and on Sunday, November 10 from 2 pm to midnight. It’s a helluva lineup, including James Montgomery, Roomful of Blues, John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band, Pendragon, Ken Lyon, Mark Cutler . . . the list goes on and on. And yes, closing the evening on Saturday is our own Rudy Cheeks (aka Jorge) and his band, which he’s calling the Casual Research Band. Be there and support basic health care for musicians.
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