Weekend In Music

Friday — @AS220 Main Stage, Archon Theory, Glorious Wounds, SAC, Don Pardo @Fête Lounge, the Parkwoods, Everway, Kings of the Wild Things, the Legendary Brewmasters @Nick-A-Nee’s, the Free Radicals @Askew, Light Speak, Tall Teenagers, Dr. Jones @the Met, Max Creek @Union Station Brewery, Z-Boys Saturday — @Fête Lounge, Spread Eagle, Twig and the Band @USB, […]

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State Arts Council Opens Arts Grant Applications

The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts announced that applications are now open for selected grant programs to arts and culture organizations, arts educators, individual, folk and traditional artists, and arts and health. Grants are being offered in the following categories: Project grants for organizations/ Project grants in education. Folk and traditional arts apprenticeships/

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West End Lights — Saturday

The West Broadway Neighborhood Association will be hosting ‘West End Lights’ this Saturday on West Fountain Street. The event will take over the Moniker beer garden and has now spread to include the Slow Rhode/Noodle Bar space across the street. Add the Providence Drum Troupe and you’ve got yourselves a party. S’mores, hot chocolate, and

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Week In Music

Tuesday — @Myrtle, Ryan Lee Crosby @the Narrows, (sold out) Robert Cray Band @Nick-A-Nee’s, Bob Sagnella Swingtet Wednesday — @the AMP, Journey, Toto @the Narrows, Sunny War @Nick-A-Nee’s, the Splinters Thursday — @News Cafe, Minutes Unsettled, Solution, Elizabory, Vague @Nick-A-Nee’s, Thomas Casale @the Parlour, the McAdams Brothers, Wild Sundays, Stormin Norman (Photo of Sunny War

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Comedy Coming Up — Nate, Wanda, Marc, Lewis

First up we have two shows with Nate Bargatze this Saturday, February 24, at the AMP. Bargatze’s clean-cut and relatable humor is why The Atlantic called him “The Nicest Man in Stand-Up.” (He was born in Old Hickory, Tennessee, for crying out loud.) His most recent stand-up special “Hello, World!” is available now on Prime.

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RIF Grants — College Student Travel Experience

Oh, the places you’ll go. College students yearning for adventure have until February 20th to apply for fellowships of up to $5,000 through the Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. Over the years, the fund has awarded fellowships to more than 100 students to visit places ranging from Appalachia to Zaire.

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Community Taiko Concert At Lindemann

(2.17) General admission tickets are still available for “In Return: A Community Taiko Concert” at the Lindemann Center this Saturday. “In Return: A Community Taiko Concert” is the culminating performance of the East Coast Taiko Conference 2024, hosted by Gendo Taiko and part of the Brown Arts IGNITE Series. Rooted in Japanese drumming traditions and

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Nancy Elizabeth Prophet Exhibition At RISD

The new exhibition at the RISD Museum, featuring the work of one of the first known women of color to graduate from RISD, opens Saturday and will run through August 2, 2024. Born in 1890 in Rhode Island to a Narragansett father and a Black mother, Nancy Elizabeth Prophet completed her degree in 1918 with

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Weekend In Music

Friday — @Fête Lounge, Missed Opportunities, Sounds and Scenarios, the War in Kids, Vague @Nick-A-Nee’s, Mark Cutler and Men of Great Courage @the Narrows, Reed Foehl @the Met, Brothers All Band @Union Station Brewery, Tyler-James Kelly @AS220 Main Stage, Strip Mall, Ghosts in the Snow, Delko, Galeer @Myrtle, Beauquet, Meridian @Wes Rib House, Love Hangover

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Prov Children’s Film Festival Starts

The Providence Children’s Film Festival kicks off this Friday and runs through February 25. Venues include the Wheeler School Gilder Center, South Providence Library, Mount Pleasant Library, the Newport Art Museum, RISD Museum Metcalf Auditorium, and the Providence Athenaeum. Go here for event calendar. Opening night party and film Friday, Friday 16, at the Fleet

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‘Love Hangover’ Show — Wes Rib House

(2.16) Time for the annual Love Hangover music revue, this year in the newly revamped Wes’ Rib House in Olneyville. Join hosts Ricky Rainbow Beard and Lyd Vicious for a dozen and one lovelorn duets celebrating the passage of one more Valentine’s Day. (The mood in general is not at all lorn — it’s a

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Donate Blood — PPAC

(2.14) The Providence Performing Arts Center invites you to Have a Heart This Valentine’s Day and stop by and make a blood doantion. This is their fifth year hosting a community blood drive in the grand lobby; we dare you to find a more spectacular donation venue. Just lie down and stare at the beautiful

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Week In Music

Monday — @Alchemy, Thantifaxath, Knoll, Hallucivore @the Strand, Sammy Rae and the Friends, Julia Pratt Tuesday — @Fête Lounge, Pardyalone, John Wilde, Malik Elijah @Nick-A-Nee’s, Dennis Brennan, Duke Levine @Alchemy, Profanatica, Tombs, Witch King @Myrtle, Matt Kowalski Trio Wednesday — @AS220 Black Box, Pons, Dogwalker, Programmique, Amanita @Myrtle, Asher White, My Wife’s An Angel, Greenwood

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