Get started early at E&O for live music from something called John and Zack’s Down Home Blues Luv (fucking Mike Kelly…) then stay even later for the lovely Karen Bebe’s funk jamz… (live music 6-9, then funk out 9-12) If you’re young and brave (I’m
DJ Brown Hornet take to the decks tonight for Xxodus Cafe’s Eclection night. The Hornet will take you through a dizzying array of old school R&B, house and funk. Xxodus Cafe, downtown $10 18+
2nd Story Theater has a great looking website and an amazing looking fall schedule. Check it here and take a road trip to Warren to see Gross Indecency which sounds awesome.
Deer Tick, Wax & Wane, Come In Cadence, These United States, Vandaveer AS220, downtown $6 (more…)
Late start today, but lots of listings coming up for tonight, the weekend and beyond. As we mentioned yesterday, don’t miss the Rumble in the Urban Jungle tonight: Roller Derby mayhem plus live music and food and all that. Some booze involved for sure. Thanks
If this were 1996, my mom and dad would be schlepping me over to Joey Frank’s parents’ house this weekend to break the Yom Kippur fast. But it’s 2007, and I don’t fast for nobody (well, except for SEIU, sometimes). I haven’t got much to
Rumble In The Urban Jungle Friday September 21st, 2007 The Mob Squad and the Old Money Honeys face off for the biggest outdoor bout of the season. Halftime entertainment with Mustang Cobra and a men’s roller derby demonstration… and a whole circus of local talent!
As always, hipster paradise at POP! w/ guest dj 4AMJESS, and MORGAN LOUIS. Downtown, Club Energy $5, 18+ Revolve at Cuban Revolution: DJ Save, DJ SterbyRock, Mic Feen, Studs Ramrod (I can’t believe I just typed that) Live DJs, Live Rappin’! Cuban Revolution, downtown, FREE
Forbes.com has just issued a report about the best and worst cites for singles in the US. Hmmm, guess which end of the spectrum Providence is on! That’s right, out of 40 cities ranked, Providence is #40, below such places as Columbus, Milwaukee and Cleveland.
Years ago, there was a band called Purple Ivy Shadows whose music was a dreamy, folky electric pop and whose songs and records were quiet and beautiful. Chris Daltry headed up a rotating ensemble which included Velvet Crush‘s Jeffery Underhill, small factory’s Alex Kemp and
As per most everyone in the world, we here at the Dose have sex on the brain. And problems. We’ve enlisted two real-ass broads to help you with your relationship quagmires, and in the interest of anonymity, we’ll refer to them as S&M. Got a
Let’s check in with Jaime Millmather, the Journal’s punctualization-and-capitalization-impaired “nightlife” “writer”, whose text message-like reports from the frontlines are all, im in ur barz, drinkin ur cozmoez. What’s going on with Jaime this week? Well, she stays up drinking until 6:30 and has to work
Good morning Providence. Thursdays are heavy on the music at the Dose, we’ve got lot’s of listings coming at you, lot’s of new stuff and the debut of Jersey Girls Talk Ish, our questionable relationship advice column, later in the AM. Plus it’s going to
Tomorrow’s the first Gallery Night since we started crackin’. Highlights are said to include: HIGHLIGHTS: China Then and Now (URI Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery); Malcolm Furlow Experience (Gallery at 17 Peck); Jukai, an Architectural Installation by Yumi Kori (Bell Gallery); Art League of Rhode Island
Planned Parenthood’s event tomorrow night, at Local 121: That Takes Ovaries! September 20th, 2007 at 7pm to 9pm @ Local 121 in Downtown Providence 121 Washington Street Providence, RI 02903 Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island’s Open Mike Night and fundraiser based on the book That