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New LAUNCH Show

Come view new works by Hilary Merzbacher, recent graduate of the RISD Illustration Department and the latest to be LAUNCHed. (You can meet Hilary at a reception on Friday August 28th.) LAUNCH at the Gail Cahalan Gallery has been designed exclusively to bridge RISD senior students and recent graduates with the local community as an

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BYOI: Comedy Done Right

Laugh out loud as you and your friends play improv comedy games with ‘Bring Your Own Improv’. BYOI’s unique audience-participation show gets you up on stage and makes you the star. No experience necessary.You must be at least 18 years old. $5, Wednesdays at 9pm, Fridays at 11pm, The Spot, 286 Thayer Street.

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AUDITIONS to join Bring Your Own Improv (BYOI)

From Daniel Lee White: Bring Your Own Improv (BYOI), a short-form improv troupe now in its second season, will be holding auditions on Wednesday January 14th and Friday January 23rd at 9:00pm at The Spot on Thayer, 286 Thayer St. Providence, RI. Auditioners are encouraged to come to one or both of the auditions. Please

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Movies on the Block: MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL

Providence’s only outdoor movie screen continues through September! This week we’re screening MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL. Every Thursday movies will be screened at dusk on the corner of Westminster St. and Union St. Pop hits, local shorts, even some music performances. As always, introducing the show are International shorts presented by the Rhode

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Rockin’ & registerin’ with Mollis on Sunday

Rock out and rock the vote this Sunday at the WBRU Dunkin Donuts Summer Concert Series. Volunteers from the Secretary of State’s office will spend the afternoon on the Providence waterfront registering fans of Paramore, Jack’s Mannequin, Phantom Planet and Paper Route. The voter registration drive is part of our push to get younger voters

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Movies on the Block: AMERICAN GRAFFITI

Providence’s only outdoor movie screen continues through September! This week we’re screening AMERICAN GRAFFITI. Every Thursday movies will be screened at dusk on the corner of Westminster St. and Union St. Pop hits, local shorts, even some music performances. As always, introducing the show are International shorts presented by the Rhode Island International Film Festival.

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This week we’re showing: ONE CRAZY SUMMER

Providence’s only outdoor movie screen opens for its second season. Every Thursday through September, movies will be screened at dusk on the corner of Westminster St. and Union St. Pop hits, local shorts, even some music performances. Bring your friends and family down for a drink, some eats, and a free film. Movies start at

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TONIGHT @ Movies on the Block- ROCKY

Every Thursday through September, movies will be screened at dusk on the corner of Westminster St. and Union St. As always, introducing the show are International shorts presented by the Rhode Island International Film Festival. Pop hits, local shorts, even some music performances. Bring your friends and family down for a drink, some eats, and

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Movies on the Block- Independence Day

GET READY FOR THE 4TH OF JULY!!!! Come to Movies on the Block this Thursday. Providence’s only outdoor movie screen opens for its second season. Every Thursday through September, movies will be screened on the corner of Westminster St. and Union St. As always, introducing the show are International shorts presented by the Rhode Island

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Support Olneyville children – The Manton Avenue Project

The Manton Avenue Project’s annual benefit, Big Top – A Three Ring Musicale will take place on Monday May 19th from 6-8pm at the Pell Chafee Performance Center! These eight tiny circus themed plays, each with an even tinier song, will be written by project kids in conjunction with special guest writers, Donald W. King,

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