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Local artists explore American Muslim experience

Local patrons of the arts gathered Friday night at the Athenaeum for a panel discussion on “More Than My Religion,” an exhibit of work by local American Muslim artists at the Providence City Hall. Photographs, charcoal portraits, abstract collages and henna paintings line the walls of the second ...

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Trans artists challenge English conventions in poetry

Local lit lovers gathered Tuesday night at Symposium Books for “Rhythms and Methods,” a poetry reading and lecture on digital language arts exclusively featuring trans artists.  The event drew roughly two dozen attendees, who brought an intimate and conversationalist atmosphere with them. Providence ...


‘End of the Tour’ starts off Ivy Film Festival

“The End of the Tour” kicked off the Ivy Film Festival to a packed audience in the Martinos Auditorium Monday. A dramatic subversion of the usual road trip comedy, the film follows a journalist tasked with profiling author David Foster Wallace on the final leg of a book tour. Jason Segel breaks ...

Arts & Culture

Comedy explores infidelity, celebrates absurdity

Though short on substance, Georges Feydeau’s frantic comedy, “A Flea in Her Ear,” which runs at the Trinity Repertory Company this month, entertains in an absurdist and innuendo-heavy exploration of infidelity. The 1907 French work is a classic in the genre of farce. True to its form, the play ...


Fusion showcases emotional range in spring show

As the name suggests, Fusion Dance Company — Brown’s oldest student-run dance group — performs in a variety of styles, from modern to hip-hop. After watching the group’s Annual Spring Show, which features music ranging from the “Chicken Dance” to a ringtone to Timbaland, it becomes clear ...

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