Monday — @Psychic Readings, Mouni, Dog Hospice, Hoop, Mega Bog @the Met, Kodaline, Good Old War @Firehouse 13, Wake the Sun, DC9, Bochek, Matt Fraza Band @Aurora, Littlefoot, Advaeta, Psychic Blood Tuesday — @Firehouse 13, Teenage Bottlerocket, Pears, Neutrinos, the McGunks @Lupo’s, Wale @Dusk, (Acoustic
(9.19) “It’s not okay to trash the bay!” From Save the Bay: The International Coastal Cleanup is the world’s largest volunteer effort for our ocean and waterways. People all over the world remove trash from the shores and document what they find. The data is
Friday — @Lupo’s, Slash @AS220, the Donkeys, Tapestries, Detroit Rebellion @the Met, the Mallett Brothers, Sasquatch & the Sick-a-Billys, the Red Pennys @Machines With Magnets, Rafael Toral, Scøtt Reber, Sakiko Mori @Firehouse 13, Young Valley, Cannibal Ramblers, Frankie Ranks and the Freeloaders Saturday — @Firehouse
(9.19) The Ocean State Oyster Festival takes place Saturday along the Providence River. From the Providence Journal, At least 18 Rhode Island oyster farms will be set up under tents throughout River Walk Park on South Water Street from noon to 5 p.m. The $25
(9.18) Minister of Music Stephen Martorella extends an invitation to a unique event at the First Baptist Church in America, The Rhode Island Chapter of The American Guild of Organists in conjunction with The First Baptist Church in America Presents multi-media artist David Jordan and
(9.17) The ‘Design the Night’ series at the RISD Museum features art explorations, engaging conversations with students, refreshments, music, and more. This week the theme is “Down the Rabbit Hole.” How does passing curiosity become an enduring obsession? Is there a formula to accessing inspiration?
(9.17) Wes Anderson’s 2001 action thriller “The Royal Tenenbaums” is this week’s Movies on the Block. From A.O. Scott at The New York Times, . . . ”The Royal Tenenbaums” takes place in a fantasy New York of grand hotels and brick and limestone mansions
(9.17) Here’s an invitation from Sam Bell, state coordinator for the Rhode Island Progressive Democrats of America (RIPDA). Come join us for our 2015 fundraiser! It will be Thursday, September 17 at 5:30pm at Ogie’s Trailer Park (1155 Westminster St, Providence). This year, we’re honoring
(9.15) Magic Lantern Cinema presents ‘Flicker Pulse,’ an evening with Bruce McClure and Alexander Dupuis. The art of Bruce McClure is sometimes called, with a nod to the sixties, “expanded cinema.” A more apt expression might in fact be “reduced cinema,” or cinema stripped to
Tuesday — @Lupo’s, Panic at the Disco @Psychic Readings, Hartley C. White Project, CE Schneider Topical, Universal Cell Unlock @AS220, Vana Mazi, Orion Rigel Dommisse, Wolf Hongos @Aurora, Whitman, Night Auditor, VaVaBlume, Mantonio Forte Wednesday — @the Met, Bourne, the Okay Win @AS220, Rich Ferri
An urgent plea from the owners of the famous Wedding Cake on Broadway. After years of vacancy and deterioration, the iconic Kendrick-Prentice-Tirocchi House (1867) is in dire need of repair. Included on the Providence Preservation Society’s Most Endangered Properties list in 2010, 2012, and 2015,
(9.12) AS220 are inviting the whole community to come in and check out what’s going on at AS220. Lots of stuff happening, including real live artists and musicians in their natural habitat. AS220 Resident Open Studios (2:30pm to 6pm): A rare opportunity – AS220 residents
Friday — @Aurora, Lief Hall, Domestique, House Red, Bridget Feral @Lupo’s, Wax Motif, Danimal, A2Z and Sasha, Hank Beats @the Met, the Antlers, Port Willow @the Spot, Dumpstaphunk, Lucid, Resin Ed @AS220, Pixels, Aloud, Cat Has Claws, Food Court @Machines With Magnets, Dan Friel, Wilted
(9.11) Conceptual photographer Hank Willis Thomas is known for commandeering American advertising strategies in order to challenge constructions of race and gender in the United States. In Hank Willis Thomas: Primary Sources the artist brings together mix media sculptures, retro-reflective screenprints, and a five channel
(9.11) [MotB will be held on Friday this week due to rain. BC] This one is beyond my purview. I have enjoyed puppet movies in the past — Team America: World Police comes to mind — is this sort of like that one? I just
Head down to the Burnside Music Series Thursday for Mark Cutler and Men of Great Courage. DJ LaRochelle (seen here) returns for one last time this summer! Facebook event page. [Cancelled due to rain.] The time is nigh, friends, and not a moment too soon!