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Juliana Hatfield Three

Week In Music

Monday — @the Spot, Spiritual Rez, Viva la Hop Tuesday —  @the Columbus Theatre upstairs, the Juliana Hatfield Three Wednesday — @AS220, the Moose Progress, Feng Shui Police, Sad Family, Anthony Mattera Thursday — @AS220, Brzowski, Lunchbagg, MJC, Height Keech, PT Burnem, Passalacqua @the Met,

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‘Buy Into Spring’ Free 2-Hour Parking Saturdays

Parking meter relief has been declared in certain commercial districts for Saturdays through May 9 (follows holiday rules). Mayor Elorza announced a ‘Buy into Spring’ campaign to encourage people to get out and shop and buy locally. “Let’s support our local businesses at the start

new strange

Weekend In Music

Friday — @AS220, Weak Teeth, Violent Sons, New Strange, Public Policy @Dusk, Anicon, Grue, Morgirion, Noose @the Spot, Rico Lewis, the Fritz @the Met, Talib Kweli, Immortal Technique @Firehouse 13, Vudu Sister with Dead Girls, Aloud, Jets Can’t Land, Huckleberry War @Fête, Seryn, Great Caesar,


Student Exhibition At Bell

The 35th annual Student Exhibition featuring the work of 44 students will run through April 26 at the Bell Gallery. Organized by students Zachary Korol-Gold and Andrew Alexander, the juried exhibition is open to all Brown University students, regardless of major, and encourages artists to

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Cathedral To Be Slave Trade Museum

(4.16) First an update on this formerly endangered property from the Providence Preservation Society (PPS). The iconic 1810 Cathedral of St. John, designed by Providence Architect John Holden Greene, was included on the PPS Most Endangered Properties List for seven years due to increasing maintenance


Geek Dinner

(4.15) We got your batch right here. The monthly Providence Geek dinner features Providence-based Batchbook which helps small businesses track their contacts. At the April Geek Dinner on Wednesday the 15th, Batchbook Founder & CEO Pamela O’Hara and Founding Member & VP of Strategy Keri


Wheeler Clothing Sale Starts Thursday

The 67th annual Wheeler School Clothing and More Sale runs Thursday, April 16th, through Saturday, April 18th. Cash and checks accepted. clothing for men, women, children; accessories; books; toys; sporting goods; housewares Thursday, April 16, 10am to 8pm/Friday, noon to 8pm/Saturday, April 18, 10am to

cadaver dogs

Week In Music

Tuesday — @AS220, Project Alice, All the Way Through, Zach Mayer, Foster Children Wednesday — @Columbus Theatre, Gregory Alan Isakov, Jolie Holland @Fête, Caroline Rose, Torn Shorts @Dusk, Freak Vibe, Buddy’s Boys, Feedback Psychosis, Meatbag @Firehouse 13, Cadaver Dogs, Sweet Release, Pom Pom @Aurora, Rule

H.P. Lovecraft

Lovecraft Tribute At Ladd Observatory

(4.12) A tribute to Providence horror writer H. P. Lovecraft will take place Sunday afternoon at 3pm. From ProJo, Historian and author Christian Henry Tobler will be master of ceremonies at the free event, which is held every year around the date of Lovecraft’s death

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Weekend In Music

Friday — @Lupo’s, Badfish, Shrub @AS220, (Salad Days Screening) Sweet Jesus, Big Mouth @the Met, Six Star General, Less Than A Felony, Joshua Cournoyer @the Spot, the Adam Ezra Group, Binger, Great Blue, Jenn Lombari @Firehouse 13, Cactus Attack, the Quahogs, Frankie Ranks and the

Robot Block Party

Robot Block Party

(4.11) Celebrate National Robotics Week this Saturday at the Robot Block Party co-sponsored by Rhode Students of the Future and Brown’s Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative. The event will feature more than 50 exhibits from universities, manufacturers, schools, youth groups, and other organizations. Providence Business News

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Athenaeum Salon — Enlightenment, Humanism, Diderot

(4.10) “Cultivating Collaboration: Live from the Archive,” part 5 – Gamm Theatre Artistic Director Tony Estrella on his research-in-progress into radical 18th century secular humanism; Enlightenment era salons; atheism, agnosticism, and the revolutionary publication of Denis Diderot’s Encyclopedie. The “Cultivating Collaboration: Live from the Archive”

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Week In Music

Tuesday — @Lupo’s, J. Cole @Dusk, Divers, Husband, Skyjelly, Spitehouse Wednesday — @Machines With Magnets, Public Speaking, Insect Factory, House Red, Wind & Ghosts @AS220, Shryne, Starship Shape, Pals, Christopher Donoyan @Psychic Readings, Secret Paper Moon, MPHIAT, Nine Swords, There is Nothing Wrong With Your


AS220 April Galleries Feat. Print Lottery

AS220 Galleries always open on the first Saturday of the month. April will also feature the popular biennial print lottery in the Main Gallery on Empire Street, or enter online here. The Print Lottery fundraiser is a fun and easy way to support the activities of


Updike Biographer — Athenaeum Salon

(4.3) Join author Adam Begley as he illuminates the life and work of novelist, poet, short-story writer, and critic, John Updike, and explores how Updike’s fiction was shaped by his tumultuous personal life—including his religious beliefs, his two marriages, and his first-hand experience of the