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august 2016                                                       issue #85

SallyAnne Santos 
Hi Friends!

The summer is really speeding by, and sometimes, so are the cars! Although traffic can be very frustrating at this time of year, I'd like to remind everyone to be considerate when driving around town and please SHARE THE ROAD. Remember, those of us running, biking or walking are not leaving a carbon footprint, not causing additional traffic and not taking up precious parking spaces. These are benefits to everyone including drivers, so please be patient and allow everyone a little extra room and time to reach their destinations safely. Meanwhile, enjoy the beautiful scenery and refreshing sea breezes we are blessed with across our Island home. 

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Butch Trucks Freight Train Band Although the Folk and Jazz Festivals are behind us, there still many opportunities to hear excellent live music in many area venues...

Nory's on Broadway hosts Greg Klyma on 7/24. Sandywoods Music hosts intimate concerts every Friday and Saturday this month including Bocheck on 8/5, Gary Fish Tree-O on 8/6, Baba Yaga with Dave Murphy on 8/12, Noversa on 8/13, My Friends, Phish Tribute on 8/26 and the Sixties Band on 8/27. The Narraganset Cafe features Steve Smith & the Nakeds on 8/5, Nasty Habits on 8/6 and Sugar Ray & the Bluetones on 8/7.

The Narrow's Center for the Arts in Fall River hosts Eric Lindell on 8/4, Butch Trucks and the Freight Train Band on 8/6, Anders Osborne on 8/11, James Hunter on 8/12 and Rickie Lee Jones returns on 8/26.
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Harold Vanderbilt The 39th Annual Fool's Rules Regatta and the Save the Bay Swim will both be held on 8/13 this year. Check out the start of the Ida Lewis Distance Race on 8/19 and learn about Newport's Gilded Age Yachtsmen on 8/24 at a lecture hosted by the Preservation Society at Rosecliff.
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Pass the popcorn please... newportFilm presents four outdoor screenings at iconic Island locations this month. On 8/4, see Bill Cunningham New York at Ocean Cliff lawn, and on 8/11, Betting on Zero on the lawn at Ochre Court. On 8/18, Don't Look Down will be screened on Rosecliff lawn, and head to the Polo Grounds in Portsmouth to see Being A.P. on 8/25. On 8/14, The Jane Pickens Theater co-hosts their annual Great Gatsby movie experience with breakfast and tour of RoseCliff. 
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