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Monday, January 29, 2018

ECMA nominees announced

Rose Cousins, Jenn Grant, KINLEY and Ria Mae lead the 2018 pack.

Posted By on Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 1:27 PM

Charlottetown's KINLEY picked up four noms for her debut album, Letters Never Sent. - DANIEL LEDWELL
  • Charlottetown's KINLEY picked up four noms for her debut album, Letters Never Sent.
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The 2018 East Coast Music Award nominations were announced this morning at Paul O'Regan Hall, featuring performances by Daniel Walker aka Owen Meany's Batting Stance and country teen phenom Makayla Lynn, who had to reschedule a math exam to make it. (Also announced: The Trailer Park Boys' new bar, in the old Seahorse space, will be called Sniggly Wiggly's. Yup.)

The ECMAs will invade Halifax for a five-day, 30th anniversary celebration beginning May 2, with the awards show happening on May 3 at the Scotiabank Centre.

The music nominees are:

Blues Recording of the Year
Earle & Coffin - Wood Wire Blood & Bone
Matt Minglewood - Fly Like Desperados
Mike Biggar - Go All In
Shirley Jackson & Her Good Rockin’ Daddys - Things Keep Lookin’ Up
Wayne Nicholson and The Eastenders - Diggin’ the Dirt

Bucky Adams Memorial Award
Measha Brueggergosman
Nova Scotia Mass Choir
Reeny Smith
Universal Soul

Classical Composition of the Year
Andrew Staniland - “The River Within Us”
Derek Charke - “In Sonorous Falling Tones”
Fiona Ryan - “Lady of the Lake”
Jeff Reilly - “To Dream of Silence (In Four Movements)”
Martin Kutnowski - “Tonadas y Mateadas”

Classical Recording of the Year
Derek Charke and WIRED! Ensemble - In Sonorous Falling Tones
Duo Concertante - Incarnation
Jeff Reilly - To Dream of Silence
Maureen Batt - Lady of the Lake
Symphony Nova Scotia - Schubert
Ventus Machina - In The Weeds

Country Recording of the Year
The Hypochondriacs - The Hypochondriacs in ¾
Jason Benoit - WAVES
Makayla Lynn - On A Dare and a Prayer
Pretty Archie - Sing Alongs and Love Songs
Whitney Rose - South Texas Suite

Dance Recording of the Year
Bardic Beatz - “Beautiful Minds”
CRaymak - “Play With Fire” ft. Neon Dreams
FWLR & Twistex - “Without Borders”
Joel Freckelton - “Violet Rose” ft. Frank Kadillac
Spoutnique - “My Blue Sky Turns Teal, Vol 1”

Electronic Recording of the Year
Elephant Skeletons - The Traveller
Nicole Ariana - STRAND
Rozalind MacPhail - SUNSET SUNRISE
Veev - Golden EP

Folk Recording of the Year
Amelia Curran - Watershed
Catherine MacLellan - If It’s Alright With You
The East Pointers - What We Leave Behind
Joel & Bill Plaskett - Solidarity
Rose Cousins - Natural Conclusion

Francophone Recording of the Year
Jacques Jacobus - Le retour de Jacobus
Les Jeunes d’Asteure - paradis, probablement
Joey Robin Haché - Stigmates
Mary Beth Carty - Les biens-nommés
Menoncle Jason - Dans son prime

Gospel Recording of the Year
Informants - Uprising
Matt Linton - I’ve Got To Praise Him
Measha Brueggergosman - Songs of Freedom
Nova Scotia Mass Choir - Immanuel
Rekoncyle - Desire

Group Recording of the Year
Cassie and Maggie - The Willow Collection
City Natives - Dream Catchers
The East Pointers - What We Leave Behind
Ouroboros - Kitchuses
Les Païens - Carte noire
Tomato Tomato - I Go Where You Go
Walrus - Family Hangover

Indigenous Artist of the Year
Carolina East
City Natives
Don Ross
Maxim Cormier

Instrumental Recording of the Year
Amy Brandon - Scavenger
Chronos - What It Is
Michael Maillet - Entropy
Paul Tynan and Aaron Lington - Bicoastal Collective: Chapter 5
Rosie MacKenzie - Atlantic

Jazz Recording of the Year
Florian Hoefner - Coldwater Stories
Heather Bambrick - You’ll Never Know
Les Païens - Carte noire
Paul Tynan and Aaron Lington - Bicoastal Collective: Chapter 5
Willem Paynter - Wise Guy

Loud Recording of the Year
Hard Charger - Bad Omens
Sleepshaker - Things Are Different Now
Spirit of the Wildfire - Paradisolation
Tactus - Bending Light
ZAUM - Eidolon

Pop Recording of the Year
Ian Janes - Yes Man
Jenn Grant - Paradise
KINLEY - Letters Never Sent
Neon Dreams - To You
Port Cities - Port Cities

Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year
City Natives - Dream Catchers
Fortunato x DJ IV - 2 Bad Dudes
Ghettosocks - Diamants en cendres
Mitchell Bailey - Last Time Introducing Myself
Quake Matthews - Celebrate the Struggle

Rising Star Recording of the Year
The Barrowdowns - Come What May Come
KINLEY - Letters Never Sent
Mama’s Broke - Count the Wicked
Owen Meany’s Batting Stance - Owen Meany’s Batting Stance
Shreem - Celtic Remixing

Rock Recording of the Year
Alert the Medic - Let Them Have Their Fun
Jessie Brown - Keeping Appearances
Like A Motorcycle - High Hopes
Mo Kenney - The Details
Partner - In Search of Lost Time

Roots/Traditional Recording of the Year
Cassie and Maggie - The Willow Collection
Còig - Rove
MacIsaac and MacKenzie - The Bay Street Sessions
Matthew Byrne - Horizon Lines
Scott Macmillan and Colin Grant - GOOD2GO

Solo Recording of the Year
Amelia Curran - Watershed
David Myles - Real Love
Jenn Grant - Paradise
Mo Kenney - The Details
Rose Cousins - Natural Conclusion

Songwriter of the Year
David Myles
Jenn Grant
Joel Plaskett
Rose Cousins
Tim Chaisson, Jake Charron, Koady Chaisson (The East Pointers)

Song of the Year
Gabrielle Papillon - “Keep the Fire” (Producer: Daniel Ledwell)
Jenn Grant - “Galaxies” (Producer: Daniel Ledwell)
KINLEY - “Microphone” (Producer: Kinley Dowling & Colin Buchanan)
Port Cities - “Back to the Bottom” (Producer: Gordie Sampson)
Rose Cousins - “Grace” (Producer: Joe Henry)

Album of the Year
Amelia Curran - Watershed (Producers: Amelia Curran & Chris Stringer)
Jenn Grant - Paradise (Producer: Daniel Ledwell)
Joel & Bill Plaskett - Solidarity (Producer: Joel Plaskett)
Ria Mae - Ria Mae (Producer: Luke Boyd)
Rose Cousins - Natural Conclusion (Producer: Joe Henry)

Fans' Choice Entertainer of the Year
David Myles
Joel Plaskett
Matt Minglewood
Measha Brueggergosman
Neon Dreams
Port Cities
Ria Mae
Rose Cousins

Fans' Choice Video of the Year
George Belliveau - “Grand verre de tchekafaire ft. Arthur Comeau” (Director: Mathieu Laprise)
Jenn Grant - “Galaxies” (Director: Adam Goldhammer)
KINLEY - “Microphone” (Director: Jenna MacMillan)
Neon Dreams - “Marching Bands ft. Kardinal Offishall” (Director: Cazhmere)
Ria Mae - “Bend” (Director: Stephen Dunn)
Rose Cousins - “Chains” (Director: Nathan Boone)
The Town Heroes - “Thought Police” (Director: Cody Westman)

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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Stars announce Halifax concert

Montreal's ethereal pop six-piece hits the Marquee Ballroom April 13.

Posted By on Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 4:23 PM

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Known for its dreamy, decedent soundscapes and haunting vocals, Stars have been building sonic castles in sad-core style for over almost 20 years. Here, the band celebrates its impressive back catalogue (we hope "Take Me To The Riot" and "Your Ex-Lover Is Dead" make the encore set list) and its latest effort, 2017's There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light, with a Marquee Ballroom show April 13.

Tickets go on sale this Sunday at and are $38.49 in advance and $42.99 day of show.

Fill your time waiting with the soft, lush "Ageless Beauty" (and be prepared to happily hum the melody for days):

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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Ten unmissable weekend picks

NSCAD hosts a TEDx talk, African Heritage Month kicks off with a swank opening night and Don Connolly hosts his last Information Morning from the Cunard Centre. 

Posted By on Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 4:58 PM

Tell It To The Mic presents Jessica Leblanc
Poet Jessica Leblanc shares some verses at this Alteregos Cafe open-mic session, where audience members are encouraged to share their stories, songs or even read blog posts at the mic. 

The 2nd annual Garrett Mason Extravaganza
The local blues legend shares a swath of original songs at this Resolutes Club show. 

Dartmouth fashion designer Tabitha Osler talks about the way forward for sustainable fashion as NSCAD's TEDx talk Sunday (see 4). - RILEY SMITH PHOTO
  • Dartmouth fashion designer Tabitha Osler talks about the way forward for sustainable fashion as NSCAD's TEDx talk Sunday (see 4).
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UCW Management Night
Head to the Spryfield Lions Rink (25 Drysdale Road) for this night of mat-slamming madness as wrestlers Chuck Martin and Dave Boyce each pick an opponent to face off against in the ring. 

Celluloid Stream Film Series: Marianne and Juliane
The Modulating Mansion screens a celluloid copy of New German Cinema titan Margarethe Von Trotta's 1981 flick that follows two sisters—one a journalist, one a radical terrorist and both devoted to the same cause. 

Don Connolly's last Information Morning
The legendary host who's been helping Nova Scotians wake up for over four decades is retiring from the airwaves. This, his last broadcast, is a roast filled with special surprise guests and familiar voices that you can watch at The Cunard Centre. Read more about Don's goodbye in this week's issue of The Coast. 

MAJE and a slew of local hip hop heavyweights light up the T-Room Thursday (see 5). - MEGHAN TANSEY WHITTON PHOTO
  • MAJE and a slew of local hip hop heavyweights light up the T-Room Thursday (see 5).
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T-Party Episode 1 feat. MAJE, King Wooz and more
One of the brightest rising stars in the local hip hop scene, MAJE brings killer rhymes to the T-Room for a show that'll make you wanna move. 

NSCAD gives you some serious brain food with a slew of speakers on various topics at its Bell Auditorium, including Adrian Fish tracing Germany's history through its abandoned buildings; Tabitha Osler speaking about sustainable fashion and the next steps for the industry; and Ken Schwartz on creating a rural culture. 

Being Evil feat. DJ Queen
One part dance party and one part drag performance, this all-out riot at Menz & Mollyz asks what's the use in being good, anyway, when being evil is so much more fun. Rocadella Deluca and Jennifer Dafuque perform while DJ Queen spins hot wax to make you melt into the dance floor. 

African Heritage Month opening night
The kickoff to 2018's African Heritage Month sees a traditional opening night ceremony stuffed with musical entertainment and special guests at the Halifax North Memorial Public Library. 

Stop Kiss
Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday
The Dartmouth Players give a redux of Diana Son's off-broadway '90s hit, a shuffled-deck story bouncing between the early days of Sara and Callie's relationship and the days following a homophobic attack.

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

GroundSwell Music launches Into The Night Music Festival

The rebranded fest hits Olympic Hall March 16-17 with The Flatliners and Said The Whale headlining.

Posted By on Tue, Jan 23, 2018 at 3:12 PM

Formerly billed as the GroundSwell Music Festival, Into The Night Music Fest started as a way to highlight all the musical magic happening at GroundSwell Music's synonymous label. Since 2015, it was like walking through a live, label completion CD introducing Haligonians to local gems like the alt-rock The Town Heroes and punky Like A Motorcycle.

This year, though, Into The Night's shaking it up a bit, including Ontario punks The Flatliners and indie groove machine Said the Whale to the festival lineup.

The Flatliners and Like A Motorcycle kick things off Friday, March 16 while Said the Whale and The Town Heroes keep it chill on Saturday, March 17. While more acts are TBA, Black Buffalo Records will be on site March 17 for a record fair from 11am-4pm.

Tickets are on sale now for $25 so fans better get on this great way to spend St. Patrick's Day.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Ten deadly weekend picks

In the Dead of Winter fest returns, The Villain's Theatre hosts a potato chip party and Matt Mays headlines the Scotiabank Centre for a weekend you wouldn't be caught dead missing out on.

Posted By on Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 10:21 AM

Winter Games Fun Day
Pier 21 is hyped about the upcoming winter Olympics in PyeongChang and to get you in on the good vibes, too, it'll be hosting a bilingual, interactive afternoon for families and newcomers to learn about winter sports in Canada.

Silver + Gold
Eyelevel has been treating Halifax's eyeballs to art of all kinds for over 40 years, and now the gallery's patrons get a chance to give back to the space with this epic fundraising party slash drag show. Check out the silent auction before tearing it up on the dance floor as local drag royalty Jennifer Dafuque, Rhett Sluter and more bring it on stage. Held at Eyelevel's new space, 100-5663 Cornwallis Street.

Matt Mays rocks the Scotiabank Centre this Saturday while opening act The Beaches (pictured) delivers an unmissable mix of Garbage and Hole (see 1). - SUBMITTED PHOTO.
  • Matt Mays rocks the Scotiabank Centre this Saturday while opening act The Beaches (pictured) delivers an unmissable mix of Garbage and Hole (see 1).
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The Music of David Bowie
Friday // Saturday // Sunday
Symphony Nova Scotia sells the world as it pays tribute to the star man in the sky, giving all of Bowie's biggest hits the full orchestral treatment at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium.

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
A night of films chronicling epic adventures, remote journeys and ground-breaking expeditions at Spatz Theatre is sure to stoke your wanderlust.

Intersections: SNARCON Faculty Panel
Friday // Saturday
Aiming to provide a space for under-represented voices in academia, this University of King's College conference sees presentations and discussions by the likes of El Jones, Rebecca Thomas, Asha Jeffers and more. Held in the New Academic Building's Red Room, topics include the Renaissance, colonialism and queerness in art and history.

Soprano Maureen Batt debuts a new work written especially for her golden vocal chords this Saturday (see 5). - TOM BELDING
  • Soprano Maureen Batt debuts a new work written especially for her golden vocal chords this Saturday (see 5).
  • Tom Belding

Crossing Borders—Mission: Compassion
One part music and one part musing, this evening of contemporary compositions at The Music Room sees soprano Maureen Batt and pianist Cheryl Duvall explore the meaning of compassion while playing a slew of works—including the premiere of Halifax-based composer Robert Bauer's Ice Kaleidoscope.

Black Tie Chip Night
The Villain’s Theatre’s self-taught chip connoisseurs Dan Bray and Colleen MacIsaac host this black tie affair, guiding guests through flights of the finest fried potatoes. Tickets must be bought in advance and can be purchased at

Cathy Jones: Stranger To Hard Work
The This Hour Has 22 Minutes star helps you beat the January blahs with this one-woman show stuffed with side-splitting laughs at Spatz Theatre.

Palehound w/Dance Movie, Skye Wallace, Emily Rockarts
The Boston fuzz-rock band Palehound comes to Halifax for the first time for the In the Dead of Winter Festival, with its latest LP, the emotionally charged A Place I’ll Always Go, in tow for a Seahorse Tavern show that'll have you feeling all the glorious feels.

Matt Mays w/July Talk, The Beaches
A ticket so hot we need about a thousand flame emojis, this show sees Dartmouth's rock 'n' roll prince share the Scotiabank Centre stage with the gruff-soft energy of Can-rock it duo July Talk. Pro tip? Don't sleep on The Beaches, the east-side Toronto offspring of Garbage and Hole that'll bowl you over with its punk goddess vibes.

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Sloan, Measha Brueggergosman and Rose Cousins among new names added to ECMA awards show

The ceremony and concert happens May 3 at the Scotiabank Centre

Posted By on Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 2:54 PM

Rose Cousins brings her brand of beautifully-restrained folk to the ECMA awards show. - VIA ROSECOUSINS.COM
  • Rose Cousins brings her brand of beautifully-restrained folk to the ECMA awards show.
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The Maritime Grammys are returning to Halifax this spring after what feels like too many years away, and with them are coming one hell of a big ticket. While the entire ECMA madness lasts from May 2 to 6, the awards ceremony itself (which takes place May 3) boasts a week's worth of talent, with old-stock rock royalty Sloan, the golden vocal chords of Measha Brueggergosman and folk queen Rose Cousins adding to a mix that already includes Joel Plaskett, Universal Soul, The Barra MacNeils, Les Hay Babies and The Once.

The East Pointers, Port Cities, Quake Matthews, Kinley, Makayla Lynn and City Natives round out the second wave of award ceremony performers for the Scotiabank Centre show, and tickets are available now for $40.

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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Ten totally-rockin' weekend picks

Posted By on Thu, Jan 11, 2018 at 12:40 PM

Iconic R&B singer Jully Black performs with the Nova Scotia Mass Choir, hardcore titan OVAV returns to The Pavilion and indie outfit No, It's Fine. drop a new LP, meaning this music-packed weekend has all your sonic cravings satisfied. 

Dungeons and Flagons
It's an epic afternoon of suds swilling and Dungeons and Dragons that's open to all levels and held at Good Robot Brewing Company.

Jawbreaker: Opulence
DJ DJE celebrates one year of spinning sizzling-hot wax at this epic Reflections dance party that also features drag performances by Bridget Von Snaps and Cynthia Stilts. 

Jully Black, Canada's queen of R&B, lends her voice to the Nova Scotia Mass Choir's MLK tribute Saturday (see 1). - IMAGE VIA JULLYBLACK.CA
  • Jully Black, Canada's queen of R&B, lends her voice to the Nova Scotia Mass Choir's MLK tribute Saturday (see 1).
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Body Worlds Rx official opening
Two days before it opens to the public, get a sneak peek of the Museum of Natural History's hotly-anticipated exhibit that's an ode to the human body at this reception. 

No, It's Fine. LP release show w/June Body, Goldbloom, Fungus
Hali-rock gold No, It's Fine. describes its sound best: "Exactly the kind of music you would expect a Nova Scotian who visited Philadelphia once and then never stopped talking about it to make." Showing up early at Gus' for stellar spoonfuls of pop rock from Fungus, Goldbloom and June Body is a must. 

SickWish Gala
Jeremie Saunders of the Sickboy Podcast (the Best of Halifax 2016 Readers' Choice award-winning podcast exploring illness in frank and funny interviews) was granted a wish as an ill child in 2002—and still isn't over how he blew it on a shopping spree at a local mall. Now, for his big 3-0, he's getting a do-over, sorta: This fundraising gala sees one adult living with an illness get the carte blanche wish Saunders had over a decade ago. A bucket list theme means the party will be a treasure trove of experiences for all attendees, with straight-shave barbers and on-site tattooing amongst the promised madness at the Museum of Natural History. 

Vulva Culture shares the stage with a slew of other up-and-coming shining stars Friday (see 2). - PHOTO BY LENNY MULLINS
  • Vulva Culture shares the stage with a slew of other up-and-coming shining stars Friday (see 2).
  • Photo by Lenny Mullins

OVAV w/Weed Thief, Frail Hands, Dirt Stache
The hardcore titan OVAV returns to The Pavilion for a night of face-melting sound. 

Snapshots: Presentations of Works in Progress
Get a dose of culture as the Maritime Conservatory School of Dance and the Cobequid Young Company show off their latest steps at this works-in-progress show at the Conservatory.

Hello City feat. Stewart Legere
Hello City is a monthly improv show sharing jokes and stories about the city we all love (and sometimes hate). This time around, folk-pop prince Stewart Legere gets in on the fun, sharing tall tales of his own from the Bus Stop stage.

Class of 2018: Keonte Beals w/Chudi Harris, Vulva Culture, Spirit of the Wildfire, Jody Upshaw
A roundup of some of Halifax's best up-and-comers will slay you with their sonic tonic at The Seahorse. 

Nova Scotia Mass Choir: The Dream Continues w/Jully Black
A musical tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. from the golden vocal chords of the Nova Scotia Mass Choir gets even more epic with the addition of Canadian R&B queen Jully Black at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium.

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Monday, January 8, 2018

The War on Drugs play Jazz Fest 2018

Daniel Caesar also on tap; tix on sale Friday

Posted By on Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 11:11 AM

The War on Drugs will be stopping by in seven months. - SHAWN BRACKBILL
  • The War on Drugs will be stopping by in seven months.
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The Halifax Jazz Festival continues to raise the bar after an astonishing run of St. Vincent, Lauryn Hill and Anderson .Paak with a hot headliner double-punch, announcing The War on Drugs (July 11, $52.50) and Daniel Caesar (July 15, $37.50) as part of this year's lineup. Both shows are co-pros with Sonic Concerts, and tix go on sale Friday at 10am online or at the Music Nova Scotia office (2169 Gottingen Street).
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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Ten cool as ice weekend picks

Yeah, winter's here, but so are cool cyborg operas, Wes Anderson screenings and Daft Punk tributes worth braving the cold for.

Posted By on Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 11:00 AM

The Boar's Head and Yule Log Festival
Friday // Saturday
This Twelfth Night celebration is a centuries-old tradition of theatre, music and dance that brings the medieval and the modern together in a spectacle for all ages. World renowned performers from Ireland, the US and right here make this Cathedral Church of All Saints show one you won't wanna miss.

Ballet for adult beginners
If your new year's resolution has you looking to move more, try new things or finally rid yourself of your two left feet, this beginners' ballet lesson has your back: Basic concepts like posture, turns and using the right muscle groups will be covered during the one-hour Maritime Dance Academy session.

Folk-punk troubadour Bryan McPherson adds a stop at Gus' Pub to his Canadian tour dates (see 2). - EA ZIMMERMAN PHOTO
  • Folk-punk troubadour Bryan McPherson adds a stop at Gus' Pub to his Canadian tour dates (see 2).
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The Culture of Bollywood
Rohini Bannerjee analyzes popular Bollywood films at this Central Library talk while also giving a primer on the commercial and cultural context of south Asian cinema.

Battle of the Bands 2018
Headbang all night (or at least until 10pm) as three local groups vie for hardcore supremacy at this Pavilion show.

Saturday // Sunday
Only days into 2018, Adriana Kuiper and Ryan Suter break new ground with this experimental Hermes Gallery show that blends video, sound, collected objects and handmade quilts into organized tableaus that speak volumes.

Maria Osende gives beginners the basics of ballet (see 9). - J. VALLINAS PHOTO
  • Maria Osende gives beginners the basics of ballet (see 9).
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Featured Director Series: Wes Anderson's Rushmore
Kendra Barnes introduces this flick at the Central Library that follows a rebellious teen's attempts to woo a first grade teacher by building an aquarium in her honour.

Dan Hendricken
Thursday // Friday // Saturday
Local comedy gem Hendricken is known for lighthearted jokes and a goofy delivery. See it all in action at this Yuk Yuk's string of gut-busting shows.

Digital Love: A Daft Punk Party
Pineo & Loeb, Isaac Haze and more local wax-spinners keep 2018 rolling on the right note with French house, disco and Daft Punk tunes at The Seahorse.

Bryan McPherson w/Paul Boudreau, Scott Saccary
The punk-folk prince brings a slew of his signature protest songs to Gus' Pub for a bound-to-be-epic show that'll feed your inner activist.

Cyborg Song
The Open Waters Festival returns with a mini-opera contemplating the existential crisis of a half-human, half-cyborg singer at the James Dunn Theatre.

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