Red Raven Follies with Petunia and the Vipers Vaudeville + Rockabilly/Western Swing Doors 8:30 pm; showtime 9:00 Tickets $10 advance, $12 door, available at C D &…
And And And, White Arrows, Adventure Galley, Jultopia Rock Doors 8:30 pm; showtime 9:00 Tickets $8 advance, $10 door, available at C D & Game Exchange, C…
To help ensure people enjoy what The Eager Beavers are doing and recognizing they are controversial in their subject matter, the band actually reads a disclaimer during their set. Much like the controversy of physical exposure, these women emotionally avail themselves to the naked and raw sentiment of their femininity and write about it in songs that are memorable.
Where can you find independent, documentary and foreign films on the big screen? The Bijou of course and all those genres are represented this week. An examination of the changing landscape of a southern state, a French crime thriller and a documentary about a famous poet and photographer highlight a typically creative week of unconventional cinema at the art house theater.
If you ended up staying home last night…TOO BAD for you! There was some pretty incredible music last night to check out. Fortunately my shopping spree went over well in that I found some nice cashmere to keep me warm; am still on the prowl for some comfy boots. But alas, what is a girl to do? I think today is the day to head out and pick out my pumpkin day… gotta take advantage of the dry weather!
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Couple of ‘headliner’ acts in town tonight… The WOW Hall has The Ska-licious sounds of The Cherry Poppin Daddies with Sawyer Family and acoustic folk music artist Greg Brown play the SHEDD with Jason Wilber opening.
Documentaries and action movies debuting this week at our local theaters.
A variety of sounds can be heard in their original compositions including mandolin, harmonica and violin. While most of their material is centered around love and loss, Jaeger’s voice is hauntingly pristine.
Tonight has a lot of great music to hear. Since last night was girls night, catching such local favorites as Blue Lotus and Stephanie Schneiderman, than tonight is all about the boys. For the record, I am using the term ‘boy’ with NO disrespect. One of my local faves is playing at Sam Bond’s tonight… Leo London.