Monday — @Aurora, Floral Print, Beverly Tender, Teddy Farkas Tuesday — @Machines With Magnets, Neutrinos, Prince Daddy and the Hyena, Just Friends, Lame Genie @Aurora, Tame, AF the Naysayer, Kris Fame, Creamer, Rosé Petal Wednesday — @Aurora, the Quahogs, Midriffs @Dusk, Cancerslug, DNR, Sex Orgy,
Extra sleep. Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, November 6, at 2am. The government says so. More importantly, the government says ‘saving.’ No ess on the end. From the DST FAQ page we learn this: Arizona does not observe DST, but the Navajo Indian territories do
(11.6) Everybody calls it the church with the blue cross. The Saints Sahag and Mesrob Armenian Church hosts their 86th (!) annual Armenian food fair and bazaar this Saturday and Sunday. Emphasis on food! Shish kabob, tourshi, cheese boereg, kufta, khema, lahmajoon, cheoreg, yalanchi, piaz!
(11.13) “I’m ready for my close-up Sgt. DeMille.” This mugshot photo booth is one of the interactive activities at a new exhibit of black-and-white police mugshots currently up at Trade Pop-Up Gallery on Governor Street. Artist/collector Mark Michaelson can also arrange to have you fingerprinted.
(11.5) WaterFire celebrates veterans with a full 80-brazier lighting at their 4th annual WaterFire Salute to Veterans event. The evening will include a veterans resource fair, ceremonies, and tributes throughout the night. The WaterFire lighting begins with a 150 Veteran Torch Procession and 300 Veteran
Friday — @the Met, the Proletariat, Neutral Nation, Minibeast @the Columbus Theatre upstairs, Patrick Sweany, Julie Rhodes @Nick-A-Nee’s, Big Biscuit @AS220, Oh Malô, Exnations, Seven Hats Parade, Jonathan Something @Machines With Magnets, Theologian, Kintaan, Queen Elephantine, Sewer Goddess @Aurora, Doomsday Student, Math the Band the
(11.5) Back indoors at the Hope Artiste Village. The market has taken over both the 999 Main Street and 1005 Main Street corridors, with food trucks in between. Farm Fresh Rhode Island reports that over 80 vendors now participate. For this 2016-2017 season, over 80
(11.3) Only three more screenings scheduled for the showing of Michael Moore’s presidential election movie: Wednesday at 6:30pm and 8:15pm, and Thursday at 3pm. running time 73 minutes. Rolling Stone describes “Michael Moore in TrumpLand” . . . a new film culled from two one-man
(11.6) The Art & Design Film Festival opens Thursday night with “The Happy Film,” to be followed by a Q&A with director Ben Nabors and RISD Graphic Design director, John Caserta. Emily Steffian, co-owner of the Cable Car Cinema with husband Dan Kamil, is the