Jesus steps onto the stage from the back corner. He’s wearing jeans, sneakers and a Patriots t-shirt. He walks a few feet forward, then says almost nonchalantly, “Hey.”
Music producer, singer-songwriter and director Jeymes Samuel’s “The Harder They Fall” is not a typical Hollywood Western. The film score is bold with contemporary pop sounds, the sets are pristine — rarely cloaked in dust — and the characters, although beaten up, are not afraid to laugh ...
The selection is a culmination of the works of about 170 RISD faculty members, all of whom have chosen to have pieces displayed at this year’s RISD Faculty Exhibition and Forum. The show opened to the public Oct. 28 and will run until Nov. 21.
Co-founder of the Death Positive movement Sarah Chavez visited Brown virtually Monday evening, kicking off a three-part event series the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is holding in honor of Día de los Muertos, which is celebrated Nov. 1 and 2.