Oh, hi, Daily Dose readers. It’s me, Matthew. Remember me? I used to post here a lot, but in the words of our dear friends Staind it’s been awhile.* Anyway, in my months and months of not writing anything here, I’ve been busy working on
The New England Americana Festival Presents… this Saturday, October 30th, 7pm at the 201, 201 Westminster St, Downcity Providence This is an early show, starts at 7. For a mere $5, you may see the following fine acts: 7:15 Ian Fitzgerald 8:00 Jeff Conley 9:00
Sorry to be both a Last-Minute Larry and a Self-Promoting Samuel, but tonight Mr. Ben Legg and I will be hosting a big celebration of European pop music at the 201, to kick off Eurovision season. Eurovision, if you’re not aware, is this big pageant
Saturday April 17th — come and celebrate Dash’s first anniversary! A full day of fun all over the city of Providence. 1pm ‘Here To Stay’ alley cat race starting at DASH. Come and ride all over Providence in our messenger style checkpoint race. Bag and
Tomorrow night the Biltmore will be looking more like Baltimore* when the hotel’s Grand Ballroom is transformed into a den of sin. The theme is Divine Intervention, as in film star Divine, and it’s presented by Paint It Pink and the RISD Queer Student Association.
Another fine event from the Steelyard folks: Remember how fun it was to play with clay? Relive the magic! Learn to throw, build, and roll while enjoying wine, beer, soda and great music. Friday, June 5th 6:30—10:00pm Admission: $20 Children under 12 years of age:
Lots of stuff tonight: Dining Out For Life is happening tonight. A bunch of restaurants got together and agreed to donate 25% of tonight’s sales (excluding liquor) to AIDS Project RI. So lay off the cocktails and get some dessert, in other words. Participating restaurants
If you’ve never seen Bread & Puppet Theatre, they’ve been around since the early ’60s, using puppets and other visuals to tell stories without words. We’ve been to their museum in VT, enjoying 20-odd-foot-tall puppets, fresh baked bread, and cheap, zany artwork (our kitchen houses a screen