This Friday marks the 15th anniversary of the original airing of the “Lisa’s Wedding” episode of The Simpsons. This anniversary is notable as the episode takes place 15 years in the future — in 2010. For me, it doesn’t seem nearly so long ago that
I’d have eaten even more breakfast cereal if I were 15 years younger. Very compelling Honeycomb commercial from the ’70s.
The films (and schedule) for this year’s French film festival have been announced. There is plenty of information about the films (plus trailers) on the site. As usual, things are going down at the Cable Car and run February 19th through March 1st. Tickets are
Tini — the new restaurant from Al Forno owners George Germon and Johanne Killeen — is now open on Washington Street. I guess it’s been open for four weeks, but yesterday was the first I noticed it. Not too surprising, considering that the diminutive front
Bucks County Congressman Patrick Murphy, D-8, has taken the rivalry between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants to Capitol Hill. On Wednesday, the House passed a resolution congratulating the New York Giants on winning this year’s Super Bowl “and completing one of the
The 11th Annual Providence French Film Festival is just around the corner: February 21 through March 2 at the Cable Car. The list of films is already up (including trailers!), although the schedule is not yet set.
After a month off, the Geek Dinner returns tomorrow, 5:30-9:00pm at AS220. For more details on who will be presenting (or just on what the Geek Dinner is all about) check out www.providencegeeks.org.