Or at least that’s what it looks like, per my late-nite stroll through downtown. Downcity has moved about two blocks east of its previous location — still on Weybosset St, but it’s now across from the Turk’s Head building. The original location burned down a
…to let the day pass without comment on its political happenings.The fundamental tenet of democracy: People should have a say in decisions, to the extent to which they’re affected by them. About 70% of Iraqis see the surge as a failure, believing it: “has hampered
Yes, on the same stage! Metal gods Mustang Cobra, alternative lifestyle comedian Neil Hamburger and Pleasseasaur. Expect Maiden-sized riffage and Maiden-style comedy, all for the low low price of something-or-other. Livingroom, 8pm.
Steve Laffey plugs his book, almost declares for Governor (Ian Donnis) Vinnie Paz trial today on assault charges (Projo blog) Carcieri Hates Everyone (RIslander) Lots Of Noise has a brief recap of the Pawtucket Arts Fest, and posts a completely mental video, for real. (Lots
What’s up, Monday morning, thought you wouldn’t see us so chipper, eh? Long weekend, it’s coming back to me in blurry snapshots. Prepare for an onslaught of posts today; new events, new news, things are happening! Stay with us!
Once again I subjected myself to the entirety of the MTV Video Music Awards, as I do year after year for some inexplicable reason. This year, I decided to break my tradition of drinking two forties during the live broadcast and it proved to be
My tomorrow night belongs to the East Providence First Ward Democratic Committee. But on most Mondays, I belong to Scrabble night at Julian’s. 318 Broadway, 7pm. Best memorize your two’s and three’s, and expect dirty looks if you try to play a 3- or 4-player
Greater City Providence will be meeting this Tuesday, 5:30-7:30. Eat, drink, and exchange ideas with other urban enthusiasts. Special discussion about the overnight onstreet parking ban. Ada’s Creations, 1137 Broad St., Elmwood
In case anybody was wondering, I think the highlights of the Providence Kickball League championship afternoon looked something like this*: Cunning Baffling Powerful beat the Death Squad, for the Liberty Division title. The Holy Rollers took the Freedom Division, beating the Mississippi Shakedown. The Stilettos
Not so long ago, our household’s Sunday night routine was pleasantly mundane: eat burritos, take out the garbage, and watch Tony Blair snarkily fend off criticism of his increasingly scandalous administration during Prime Minister’s Questions. (You know, they do that thing in Britain where they