Saturday, November 3rd
@ The Orange Room (Green and Verbeke Streets)
7:30 pm // $7 for the bands
ROOM RUNNER (Dan Deacon/Yukon/Double Dagger)
CAVE WOMEN (Philly, ex-Drink Up Buttercup)
TUBE DRIVER (local 2piece grunge. TreeCover Records)
Ladies and Gents, our beloved Moviate is bringing legendary filmmaker Mike Kuchar (pictured) at Studio A. 8 p.m., $5 strongly suggested donation to support the artist…
-It’s the third Friday of the month, so you know we’re getting cultural from Forrester St. all the way through Olde Uptowne! Personal highlights include Vintage Closet at Studio A, Hip Hop Nite featuring the Wood Room Collective at Little Amps, and the Exquisite Corpse Dance Party at The MakeSpace featuring DeeJay PegLeg! It’s always free, always fun, and always something you DON’T want to hear about the next day. Support the scene, people!
-Folks are getting spooky ahead of time round these parts. Don’t believe me? Getting bloody at the Third Annual BLOODBATH BASH at Ceolta’s… Wear white.
-For the indie Olde Uptowne crowd, populate yourselves at the MakeSpace as they host BRAINSTORM of Portland, OR.
-Lighter Music? Buddha vibes? The first chapter of Mo’ Buddha: The Unplugged Series, showcases artists in their most intimate moments. Hosted by Studio A
-Take a hay ride!
What’d I miss? Send all fun times to PeterADLeonard@gmail.com
-Harris St. United Methodist is hosting a FLEA MARKET featuring clothing for the whole family, baked goods and housewares, among other flea markety things. 7 a.m. - noon, 250 Harris St.
-The Olde Uptown Neighborhood Association (OUNA) is throwing a “tailgate” block party complete with food, drinks, cornhole, and a chili cook off. Why? “Because we have awesome neighbors.” 4-10 p.m. on Green St. between Peffer and Delaware
-Meanwhile downtown, Tree Cover invades Studio A to present “We Forget Our Own Stories”, a day of intimate art and music with stands by Wawa Style (fashion forward vintage) and Jake’s Record Store. 2-8 p.m., 106 State St., $5 suggested donation.
-And for the inked readers: Black Thorn Gallery in Mechanicsburg is running their annual “Sailor Jerry Day”. This a great opportunity to get some classic flash by amazing artists at unbeatable prices. 12-12, first come first serve.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14
-If you didn’t find what you wanted on Saturday, head back to Studio A as they transition to Vintage Closet, a pop-up shop showcasing found and fiddled with vintage clothing and accessories. 4-7, open to the public
-All ROCKERS and COMMUNITY ACTIVISTS should think about attending “The Imaginary Harvest”, a day of education, music, and fundraising for the Green Urban Initiative at The Abbey Bar. Music by Tsunami Experiment and Rebecca Marie Miller. 2-7 p.m with a $10 donation used to recoup costs of the demolished GUI garden.