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GAGE PRENTISS HITODAMA

Yellow Peril Gallery is pleased to present HITODAMA, a new series of sculptures, paintings, and mixed media installations by Gage Prentiss, from December 13, 2012 to January 13, 2013. The opening reception is Thursday, December 13, from 6PM to 9PM. Hitodama is a Japanese word meaning “disembodied spirit” or “will o wisp.” The works in

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Urban Vintage Bazaar – Saturday & Sunday!

10:00 am to 4:00 pm each day free and open to the public on the campus of Brown University!  A roomful of vendors with booths chock full of vintage goodness!  We’ll have men’s and women’s vintage clothing, accessories, boots, hats, gloves, bags, etc.  We have vintage and repurposed original jewelry.  We have books, vinyl records,

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COLLECT: ART + DESIGN CONCEPT

JOEY KILRAIN / MADE IN OLNEYVILLE / FLAT FILES COLLECT: ART + DESIGN CONCEPT November 9 – December 30, 2012 Launch Party: Friday, November 9, 2012, 7PM – 10PM Store Hours: Thursday + Friday, 3PM – 8PM, Saturday + Sunday, 12PM – 5PM Yellow Peril Gallery is pleased to present COLLECT, an art and design

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Love Vintage? Urban Vintage Bazzar is next weekend!

If you loved us last year, you’ll love us TWICE as much this year as we added more vendors and a second day of VINTAGE!  Saturday, November 10th and Sunday, November 11th, 10 – 4 each day!  On the campus of Brown University and free and open to the public! We are all vintage and

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THAT’S BRUTAL! Brutalism in Rhode Island Docomomo Tour Day 2012

WHERE: List Art Center, Brown University, 64 College Street, Providence, RI 02912 and CCRI Knight Campus, 400 East Avenue, Warwick, RI 02886 WHEN: Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 11AM GUIDES: Dietrich Neumann PhD, Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University; Viera Levitt, Director Knight Campus Art Gallery; Architect Robert Reilly, formerly of Perkins

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Six Photographers Capture Removal Of I-195

An upcoming exhibit in the Providence City Hall Gallery — “I-195: A Photographic Excavation” — presents the work of six local photographers who have documented the demolition and removal of Interstate Route 195, from the initial DOT Gold Wrecking Ball event at India Point in November of 2010 through the end of 2011. The exhibit

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Urban Vintage Bazaar

(11.5) From the Urban Vintage Bazaar, One large room at the heart of Brown University with twelve merchants selling nothing but vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, books, art, lighting, linens, vinyl records, industrial, mid-century, antique and everything before and after. How can you go wrong? Some vendors accept cards but for most vendors and the best

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One Week from Tomorrow – Urban Vintage Bazaar Comes to Providence

Saturday, November 5th 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm East Side, Providence Intersection of Brown & Waterman Streets at the Stephen Robert ’62 Student Center One large room at the heart of Brown University with twelve merchants selling nothing but vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, books, art, lighting, linens, vinyl records, industrial, mid-century, antique and everything before

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Save the Date! – Urban Vintage Bazaar – Nov. 5th

One large room at the heart of Brown University with twelve merchants selling nothing but vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, books, art, lighting, linens, vinyl records, industrial, mid-century, antique and everything before and after.   How can you go wrong?  Mark the date and visit our web-site for all details, maps, images and updates.  Saturday, November 5th,

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Downtown Filming, Take Three

Washington and Union is proving a popular filming spot.  I took this last summer during the filming of “Loosies,” which is supposedly coming out this December, while unwittingly standing next to Jenny Garth and Peter Fascinelli.  Later, I spent a couple weeks in the same block tripping over gear and looking longingly at food spread out on sidewalk tables

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Interview: Newport Folk Festival’s Brown Bird

If it’s August, it’s time for the annual Newport Folk Festival, which draws 10,000 attendees and scores of musicians, staff and volunteers to modestly-sized Fort Adams State Park to enjoy legendary acts whose styles often soar beyond “folk” and occasionally even beyond definition. For the first time in NFF’s 52-year history, both days of the

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Liberty Elm, One Year Later*

In 2009, the Daily Dose reported that Providence diner The Liberty Elm was in trouble. Local media had announced at the time that Liberty Elm was one of 1200 Rhode Island businesses facing closure over a sales tax issue. Elm owners and staff appealed for help, including advanced purchases of gift certificates, and I remember

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Eats, Beats and Treats in North Prov.

How have I remained unaware of The Locals for eight whole months? This new-to-me eatery and live music venue is tasty, affordable, and only ten minutes outside Providence. Place settings wrapped in cloth napkins adorn the tabletops as if eagerly awaiting picnickers, and cute little notecards with diners’ names mark reserved tables. The Locals provides

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