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‘Open The Vote’ At Wild Colonial

(3.16) Two big events this week at the Wild Colonial but Thursday is the one you may not have on repeat in your calendar. The Wild Colonial Tavern and the Young Democrats of Rhode Island will be hosting “Open the Vote” (Facebook event page.) Join

Week In Music

Monday — @Machines With Magnets, Suicide Magnets, Carlos Gonzalez, Domestique, Andy Cigarettes, Inspired School of Astral Music @Aurora, JR Uretsky, Jason Curzake, Ky Why Tuesday — @Aurora, Granite to Glass, Barn Burning, Green Ribbon, Kate Mick @the Met, Vanilla Function, Oliver Penn, Small Talk @AS220,

Pete Davidson At RIC

(3.16) SNL regular Pete Davidson will bring his stand-up to Rhode Island College this Thursday. He is the vulnerable, baby-faced cutie who dishes up hard truths and goofy insights in equal proportion. Davidson has certainly earned that vulnerability; he was seven-years-old when his father, a

Fundraiser For Lovecraft Statue At Athenaeum

(3.16) Hey, Cthulhu got named-checked on Samantha Bee the other night. Here he is up to his tentacles in executive orders. That’s how big a deal Lovecraft is — a Cthulhu reference goes unexplained. (Of course, her writers are probably . . . never mind.)

Daylight Saving — Spring Forward

Daylight Saving Time — Who started it? Who needs it? One Rhode Island legislator thinks it’s time to abandon the system. According to this WPRI report, State Rep. Blake Filippi has submitted a piece of legislation that would have Rhode Island join the Atlantic Time

Weekend In Music

Friday — @Columbus Theatre upstairs, Dan Bern, John Faraone @AS220, Co/ntry, Triangle Forest, J. Mamana @Machines With Magnets, Unnatural Ways, Finished, Hairspray Queen, Feedback Psychosis @the Met, Four Year Strong, Can’t Swim, Sleep On It, more @Firehouse 13, Amorphis, Swallow the Sun Saturday — @Machines

Brain Week Starts

Brain Week Rhode Island starts Saturday, March 11, with the Providence Brain Art Fair at City Arts for Youth on Broad Street. On Sunday, March 12, the opening public lecture will feature law professor, author, TED talker, and MacArthur Genius, Elyn Saks. The event, which

Kilmartin Tries Some Gorilla Dust

What Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin doesn’t want you thinking about right now: His role as one of the legislators who voted ‘yes’ to pass the legislation that paved the way for the disastrous, state-backed 38 Studios loan. His role in the subsequent four-year investigation

Italian Film Festival At Brown — Gelato

(3.11) For years Brown University Italian Studies professors have been bringing students to Bologna for Il Cinema Ritrovato — or Cinema Rediscovered — a nine-day festival dedicated to rare and historic film. This year Professor Massimo Riva decided to run a four-day version of the

‘The Nether’ At Gamm

Another great poster from Gamm, this one for their production ‘The Nether’ written by Jennifer Haley. Is it the blue that makes it creepy, or the little girl. About the play, Log in. Choose an identity. Live out your private dreams. This is life in

Composting Conference At RIC

(3.9) Code Brown at such-and-such. That is the wry signal from the Providence Mounted Command to the Public Works Department when the shovel-and-bucket brigade is needed. Gorgeous stuff horse manure, and I’m sure the parks department puts it to good use. This Thursday the Environment

Current Events At Providence Athenaeum

(3.10) Two timely events taking place at the Providence Athenaeum Thursday and Friday. Thursday, March 9, 5:30pm to 7:30pm — The Policy & Pinot roundtable discussion series presents “Sanctuary Cities” co-presented with RI Public Radio (RIPR). Reservations can be made with Jed Thorp at

Week In Music

Monday — @Lupo’s, Regina Spektor (Sold Out) @AS220, Jacob Metcalf, the Horse-Eyed men, Ian Fitzgerald @Aurora, Hussy, Neaux, Power Monster, QTY, Wishroom Tuesday — @the Met, Ghost Bath, Amigo the Devil, Wreak, Tovarish @Dusk, the Sheckies, the McGunks, Tony Jones and the Cretin 3, Nymphidels

‘Making Her Mark’ At Providence Art Club

The Providence Art Club was established in 1880 by sixteen artists, six of whom were women. To celebrate Women’s History Month, the club will stage an exhibition honoring these pioneering women, along with a series of other exhibitions, seminars, and workshops scheduled over a three

AS220 March Galleries Open

Head downtown and check out the March Galleries held at various AS220 locations. Yes it’s cold, but the galleries are very near each other. AS220 Project Space (93 Mathewson Street) — “Please Touch,” installation by Allison Paschke The Reading Room (93 Mathewson Street) — “Textures

‘Message From The Gyre’ Two Events

(3.4) It’s almost pretty. Yet this is but a small corner of “Plastic Bottles,” Chris Jordan’s monumental image depicting the two million plastic beverage bottles used in the United States every 15 minutes. And this is the least distressing image on view at “Message from