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Marginal Arts Festival & Other Early March Events…

Hey guys, its that time of year again! The Marginal Arts Festival is set to start on March 3rd and run through the 8th taking place all throughout the town. Here’s a list of some things taking place that week, some Marginal and some you should just know about period!

 

What’s there to do on a Tuesday? How about a show at the Bazaar?! On March 1st Roanoke folk duo the Delta Function play the popular venue with two acts from Richmond. Andy Cobb of the Itchy Hearts will be performing as a part of his tour. Also along for show will be the River City Ramblers (not to be confused with Roanoke’s own Riverbank Ramblers). This show will start at 9pm and cost you $5, get there early!

 

On Thursday (3/2) the Awful Arthur’s at Towers brings the Holy Ghost Tent Revival to Roanoke. The North Carolina band has earned quite a reputation scoring spots on many top shows and festivals including last year’s Floyd Fest. Known for their energetic shows, harmonies, and on stage banter the group is quite a sight to behold! Doors open at 7pm with the actual show starting at 9pm, 21 and up only.

 

On Thursday, March 3rd, the Unicorn Stables Project will host their exhibit and Marginal Arts Festival contribution: Secret Histories of a Space Age. Here’s a description straight from the unicorn’s mouth…

“An interactive performance and visual arts event documenting mankind’s illustrious past of space exploration. Secret Histories of a Space Age delves into all of our final frontiers. It shows us where we have boldly gone and where we hope to go. This is the history of all of us; real or imagined, fan-based or original. Let us freeze dry all our food and pretend there is no gravity and try not fall into black holes.
So say we all!”

This event starts at 5pm and runs til 9pm, all are welcome!

 

 

Also on Thursday is Philosophy, INC Probes Roanoke event at the Taubman Museum of Art. In what some are viewing as the first time the museum is embracing its role as a community forum for the arts. Showcasing local artists, outsider art, local celebrities and the avant-garde of Roanoke. The goal for all of this is to bring together many diverse types of the Roanoke community and have local artists portray how they see the community. There will be many different kinds of fun activities for all including Roanoke band the Circus Practice playing around 6pm. This is a Marginal Arts event. Starting at 6pm on March 3rd this exhibit will run the whole month at the Taubman.

 

Adding to the events kicking off the Marginal Arts Festival is an event hosted by the Elanor D. Wilson Gallery at Hollins University. Drive By Press is an artistic venture taken on by Greg Nanney, Joe Velasquez and their 14th century printing press. The two have been on and off the road since 2005 taking their printing press all across the nation to share art with various communities. For those who get to witness this undertaking learn about the history of printmaking and get a piece they can call their own. These demonstrations will start the 3rd & 4th at 10AM. Lectures on printmaking and the history of Drive By Press will start on the 3rd & 4th as well at 3PM.

 

Rounding out the Thursday happenings is a non-Marginal Arts show. Roanoke favorite Another Roadside Attraction will be playing Studio Roanoke with Michiganders, Jake Simmons & the Little Ghosts. This show should be a fun one as Another Roadside Attraction always manages to provide a good time! Starting at 8pm and only costing $5 at the door!

 

 

Kicking off the Friday events for all things Marginal is the Labyrinth Revue! Taking place at the Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge the revue features an eclectic line-up of local and national artists. Featuring Mark Perry of Heevahava, No Shame Theatre, Another Roadside Attraction, the experimental poets known as the Be Blank Consort, jazz & classical music by Music After Midnight musicians, Cathy Fisher & Mo Aulick, Carol Burch-Brown & Ann Kilkelly and singer Sidney Vaught. The performance will start at 7:30pm and run til midnight.

 

Also on Friday at the Bazaar local hip-hop artist Fiyah Works will perform with producer/DJ, Magnetic. Known for her sass and energy as a performer Fiyah has developed a large-sized online following through Facebook and Reverbnation. Come out to the Bazaar on Friday the 5th and find out why. Show starts at 9pm, $3.

 

 

Starting the Saturday MAF events is the 3rd Annual Marginal Arts Parade starting at noon. The parade will be starting at the intersection of Campbell and 2nd downtown in front of Community High. Parade organizers invite everyone to join this parade procession, just show up in front of Community High at 11am. Their will be special guests accompanying the parade route this year which the Marginal Arts are proud to have along, the Bread and Butter Puppet Theater Group. If you are interested in volunteering the puppet show needs thirty volunteers alone! This is said to be a great time with the route ending at the Taubman Museum of Art where the Absurdist Street Carnival will greet paraders. For those with little ones feel free to bring them out and follow the parade down to the carnival where there will be many fun events for all ages. Some of these activities include an inflatable bouncer, Stuffed Animal Re-purposing station, visual poetry station, a Cabaret Voltaire sound booth, puppet-making station and more! Performers include Staten Island performance artists Day de Dada, Fluxus artists Keith Buchholtz and Reid Altenus, Bread & Butter Puppet Theater Group, U.K.-based performance artists Zierle & Carter and the Post-NeoAbsurdist Anti-Collective performing traditional Punch & Judy pieces. Feel free to dress to your oddest and come out to celebrate the arts with the 3rd Annual Marginal Arts Parade & Absurdist Street Carnival! It all starts at noon!

 

 

Also while you’re at the parade/carnival make it a point to swing by the Shadowbox‘s Community Bake Sale! Starting at noon come and enjoy baked goods made by your community at reasonable prices. Feel free to donate any baked good of your chosing to go towards the sale. Also feel free to stop by and volunteer you time! The proceeds go toward a special project the Shadowbox is trying to put together for Roanoke. All unsold baked goods will be donated at the end of the event.

 

Later on that evening join the Shadowbox crew as they present one of the worst horror films ever made, Troll 2. Known for being nothing like the first Troll because this sequel features goblins instead of trolls that are from the town of Snilbog (goblins spelled backwards) no less! This film is full of laughs although they may be unintentional. Written and directed by Italians, delivered in broken English by Americans and featuring dwarfs in burlap sacks with latex goblin masks this film easily deserves a viewing! So visit the Shadowbox during the day for their bake sale then stick around for Troll 2! This “film” starts at 8pm.

 

Adding to Saturday’s huge line-up of events is one of the few non-Marginal activites that night. Roanoke locals Life In A Foxhole celebrate their newest release at Grace Covenant Church. Joining them on the bill will be Atlanta, GA band Listener, Nancy & 2 Meteors and the John Barry Conception. Titled the “March Mustache Stache Bash” and set to start at 7pm, $5.

 

Also join the Unicorn Stables Project that Saturday for Sci-fi themed live model drawing. Come draw from life and enter contests to win prizes! There’s a $7 entry fee for the evening but speaking from past experience at the Unicorn Stables its totally worth it! Starts at 7pm and runs til 9pm.

 

To round out Saturday’s massive amount of madness is a reading of John M. Bennett’s newest book Textis Globbolalicus. This will not be a normal reading however, the group will be reading in their own language of sorts called Globbolalia. Be prepared for something that makes no sense at all! Members of the Post-NeoAbsurdist groups from all around the U.S. will be there reading from the book. There will also be performances by Post-NeoAbsurdists as part of the Flux-Mazz event at the Labyrinth space for the Marginal Arts Festival. This event is taking place at the Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge starting around 3:30pm and runs all throughout the evening.

 

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Some good ways to spend the end of February!

On Wednesday (2/23) Roanoke local band Savannah Shoulders is set to perform acoustically on WSLS 10 at 12pm in promotion of their debut full-length “Another Light”. The following night the band will be performing at Kirk Avenue Music Hall in support of their album as a part of the High School Night performance series. This show is set to start at 7pm and costs $5.

 

This Thursday (2/24) the Surf N Turf Grill on Grandin Rd. will be hosting its second poetry slam. The rules will apparently be the same as they were before. Best out of three rounds of turns wins $20. Head on down to the Grandin Village on Thursday at 9pm to check out and try your hand at the poetry slam.

 

On Friday (2/25) the Bazaar on Brandon Rd. will host the Watershed Conspiracy with the Riverbank Ramblers. With both bands hailing from Roanoke this will be an all local all roots revival show. The two bands tend to take old time music and put a punk feel to it making it a bit modern with respect to the traditional. Come on down to the Bazaar and check out these two great groups! Starts at 9pm and will cost you $3 at the door.

 

Also on Friday (2/25) Roanoke locals Nancy & 2 Meteors headline a ska show at JELP Studio. Playing on the bill will be Bedford ska-punk band That Band With the Fat Kids and Richmond’s own ska/reggae group Murphy’s Kids. This show will be a good one for those lovers of ska still out there! The show starts at 9pm and serves as the opening of the JELP Art Gallery on Kirk & 1st, downtown.

 

In Blacksburg on Friday (2/25) local favorite Nash Smith & the Ganges celebrate the release of their newest cassette tape! Playing with them will be fellow Blacksburgers Samantha Mulder and DJ May. This show is taking place at Champ’s in downtown Blacksburg at 9pm.

 

On Saturday (2/26) Lynchburg two-piece the Late Virginia Summers headlines the Bazaar on Brandon Rd. With them will be Charlottesville’s Manorlady along with Boone, NC band Easy Company. Also playing will be Roanoke local turned Boone resident and Personal Records member, Arte Povera. This should be a good show for those who like ambient folk influenced music that’s a bit experimental to boot! This show starts at 9pm and costs $5.

 

On Sunday (2/27) Nancy & 2 Meteors score the classic Fritz Lang film “Metropolis” live at Studio Roanoke. Nancy will be putting a different spin on the film venturing away from the film’s original score. Come out to see this it will be a great time for all! Starts at 8pm, don’t be late!

 

 

 

Join us next week as we give you the very busy list of Marginal Arts Festival activities going on around town as well as show, films and events that are happening in the area! Stay tuned!!!

Welcome to February!

Hello everyone! There are quite a few events happening this week around town and the surrounding area. Before we get to these events we would like to make a special announcement. Scenic Recovery will be joining forces with roanoke revolution to bring you the best coverage of what’s going on around our valley. This will not mean that Scenic Recovery is going away, we will continue to function as normal. What it does mean is that we will have help, a team of people dedicated to the underground here in Roanoke and a better opportunity to expand and really cover the people/places/music/art/film that make our community what it is. We look forward to this partnership and hope that you’ll stick with us and see this thing grow!

Now on to what’s happening this week!

 


 

Thursday (February 3rd) Roanoke artist Jane Vance will open the doors to her new gallery. Vance is best known for the above painting “Amchi” which was featured in the 2010 documentary A Gift For the Village. Join the artist as she plays host while guests filter in and out viewing her nearly 100 pieces of Tibetan themed art. Starting at 5pm and running until 9pm the Jane Lillian Vance Gallery is located at 309 1st St in downtown Roanoke.

 

On Thursday evening Charlottesville-based americana group the Hackensaw Boys will be headlining Awful Arthur’s Towers location. The Hackensaw Boys have become quite the popular outfit around Virginia having shared the stage with the Flaming Lips, De Le Soul and Modest Mouse. Also on the bill for the evening is Roanoke americana outfit the Watershed Conspiracy. This show starts at 9pm, tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.

 

On Friday (February 4th) the Shadowbox located on Kirk Avenue will show After Last Season. The Shadowbox claims this is one of the strangest films they’ve brought to us thus far. Judging by the trailer I’d say they could be right! What looks to be a thriller done in the laughable yet cultish style of the Room I’d say its worth going for how “bad” or “good” it could be. Head out to the Shadowbox this Friday at 8pm to find out for yourself.

 

Also that Friday night in Blacksburg is a house show featuring Roanoke’s own Nancy & 2 Meteors. Also playing the show are Blackburg one person party groups the Blind Photographers and CBZL. This show is set to start at 9pm on McDonald Street. Donations to the bands are appreciated!

 

Three shows in Blacksburg on the same Friday night you ask? Why yes there are… but of  very different calibers. Whether or not you’re attending the house show or Gillie’s you should make it a point to check out what’s going on at Lucie Monroe’s Coffeehouse. Starting at 7pm sharp you will be entertained by a large line up of folk singers and songwriters. Featuring the talents of Without A Fight, Ike As In Dwight’s Maya Renfro, Dragon Worrier, Paul Riffe, Woofdog, and Kenny Spade & Neal Buck. If you decide to go to this show it will end by 10pm while the house show and Gillie’s show both start at 9pm. Not too much overlapping there! Cost at the coffee shop show is only $3!

 

Starting on Friday and ending in the afternoon on Saturday the Grandin Village invites you to take part in Winterfest! Valley Bank is celebrating its move and opening by throwing a contest. The rules are as follows; pick up your “passport” from Valley Bank on Friday, visit twelve out of the twenty-four Grandin Village businesses listed on the form, return the passport to Valley Bank by 2pm on Saturday the 5th. The prize? A New York City get-a-way for two! All this for supporting local business! So go support your local businesses and enter to win!

 

To round up the massive explosion of shows going on Friday in Blacksburg we give you Hoop Dreams with DJ Manta Ray at Gillies. Hoop Dreams is a mellow indie pop band from Blacksburg featuring former Wild Nothing members, Jeff Haley & Max Brooks. Gillies is one of my personal favorite venues in Blacksburg with a great selection of food and awesome micro brews. Starting at 9pm this show is 18 & up and FREE!

 

On Saturday (February 5th) Richmond-based metal band Inter Arma will be playing Magic Twig Community studio the Mystic Fortress. The band features former False Hope vocalist Mike Paparo and sitting in with them on drums will be Young Sinclairs member Samuel Lunsford, aka Joneski. This show starts at 9pm on Cleveland Avenue and is donation based.

 

 

 

Back in Roanoke on Saturday the Blues BBQ & Co. present a night with the Browning Brothers. Ryan & Matt Browning bring their blend of roots and rock starting at 10pm and running late. Admission is free, 21 & up. Come on down to see some excellent music, eat some awesome food and try any of Blues’ taps.

 

Magic Twig Community group the Young Sinclairs received placement for two end of the year music lists. The band was featured in a U.K. 2010 top 100 song list for their song “Memory System” off of the digital release of the “We Spoke Our Minds E.P.”. The group was also featured along with Eternal Summers in a Seattle, WA based blog for the top albums of 2010. The Young Sinclairs placed with their release of “Chimeys” and Eternal Summers placed with “Silver”. Below are the links to these sites.

the U.K. Vinyl District top 100 songs of 2010

Seattle-based Finest Kiss top 25 albums of 2010

 

 

Lastly, the Unicorn Stables Project: Studios & Gallery are now taking submissions for their newest exhibit. Secret Histories of a Space Age continues the Unicorn Stables’ reputation for delivering to us some great Roanoke and surrounding area art. Here is the submission guidelines from Unicorn Stables…

“Secret Histories of a Space Age is an interactive performance and visual arts event documenting mankind’s illustrious past of space exploration. Secret Histories of a Space Age delves into all our final frontiers. It shows us where we have boldly gone, and where we hope to go.

email .jpg image submissions to unicornstablesproject@gmail.com

We are looking for futuristic, dystopian, sci-fi and fantasy art in any media (including performance, sculpture, and video work).
Work must be ready to hang. 

Show opens March 3rd, and is included in the Roanoke Marginal Arts Festival. Show will run till March 12th.”

 

This Thursday (1/20) Roanoke rockers Mafia Track Suit will be debuting their self titled E.P. with a free show at Martin’s Downtown. Joining the band will be fellow local modern rock heavyweights, Madrone. This show is free, 21 & up only and starts at 9:30pm. Check out the above video of Mafia Track Suit’s entry to Rock Band and new song off their E.P., “Samiam”.

 


Also on Thursday the Bazaar on Brandon Rd hosts Nancy & 2 Meteors at 9pm. Also playing the show will be Blacksburg’s CBZL and Richmond’s Les La Britanica. If you’re a fan of electro, krunk or just like to party and dance than this is the show for you. Starting at 9pm, $5.

 


On Saturday (1/22) at the Dogtown Roadhouse in Floyd DJ Joneski will be throwing down from 9pm til late! DJ Joneski has become quite the sensation around these parts recent from DJing to rapping this dude has it all! Come out Saturday and have a drink, eat wood fire oven pizza and dance to Joneski!

 

To round out the weekend and also on Saturday the Bazaar brings two great bands from Richmond to Roanoke! Headlining the show will be White Laces and bringing along with them to open will be Tungs. I highly suggest checking these bands out and coming to this show. Starting at 9pm this show is $5 at the door.

 

We have a few things in the works for the future that we’ll fill you in on very soon. Til then have a great week everyone and we’ll see you here next week!

End of October/ Halloween weekend events…

Tonight (Wednesday, 10/20) a legend of hip hop comes to Roanoke performing at Awful Arthur’s Tower’s location. Keith Murray, known for his hit “The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World” is making Roanoke a stop on his The Most Beautifullest MC Tour 2010. Along for the tour is special guest and Vermont based rapper, Burnt MD. Opening the whole show will be Roanoke based hip hop duo Mack Jones (Poe Mack & Case Jones). This show starts at 9pm and will run late, get out and see GOOD hip hop in Roanoke!

 

On Friday (10/22) Roanoke’s new comedy club gives you two hilarious acts. Star City Comedy Club, located at the Holiday Inn at Valley View will host comedians Odyssey Michaels and Jack Willhite. The evening starts at 7pm with the first show and 9:30m with the second. You must be 21 to enter and full bar is offered.

 

On Saturday the 23rd the seemingly re-opened Mill Mountain Theatre will host the Best of No Shame Theatre. Featuring up 23 of the year’s best five minute original pieces the event will start at 8pm. Nancy & 2 Meteors will be opening with a pre-show that’s worth going for alone! Although the price of the event may seem a bit steep at $15 there is an option to get advanced tickets for $10. The amount of material alone is worth going for. Head down to Market St. at 8pm and catch the best No Shame has to offer!

 

Also on Saturday (10/23) the Bazaar on Brandon Rd will be throwing a folk show sure to please. Portland, Oregon three-piece symphonic folk act Ah Holly Fam’ly will be sharing the evening with Roanoke and Magic Twig Community folk ensemble, the Missionaries. Come out, gather ’round, have some warm coffee or tea and listen to two great folk acts sing, laugh and tell stories for all. This show starts at 9pm and only $5.

 

On Monday (10/25) Roanoke’s own community microcinema the Shadowbox will be hosting a locally made horror film. Roanoker and local filmmaker Justin Farmer directs L’amore taking place in the wilderness with the Blue Ridge Mountains as the back drop. Four friends decide to take a camping trip together only to wake up stuck in the middle of a zombie outbreak. The film starts at 8pm, the Shadowbox is located on Kirk Ave in downtown Roanoke.

 

Thursday night (10/28) local artist Dickie Eikcid will be performing and hosting an installation entitled ssplatter. This event will take place on the second floor of the Just Embrace Love Please gallery on the corner of Kirk Ave & 1st. Dickie will be creating pieces to the music of Pittsburgh DJ Machine Made Man. Starting a little after 9pm and costing you $10 which includes a painting to take home with you.

 

On Friday (10/29) the Shadowbox will be showing their long awaited Sweded Horror Film Fest. Taking inspiration from Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind the Shadowbox has decided to invite local wanna be filmmakers to come up with their own short no budget recreations of their favorite horror films. This should make for a very funny evening in celebration of Halloween. This event starts at 8pm and will cost you $5.

 

That same Friday (10/29) the Bazaar will host Texas band Thrift Store Cowboys. Described as ambient gothic roots music the Thrift Store Cowboys have played with such great acts as Willie Nelson, Deertick, Magnolia Electric Co. and more. This show starts at 9pm, $5.

 

The very next day (Saturday the 30th) the Bazaar invites you to come and celebrate Halloween with them by throwing an awesome dance party! Danger Fangs Masquerade will be a night of dressing up, dancing and fun with djs Turbo P and DJ Kimchi.  The event is free IF you wear a costume or its $3. Starting at 9pm and going late this should be a fun night for all.

 

Also that Saturday (10/30) Roanoke’s comedy/ rap trio the Illbotz continue their Monster Tribute Halloween Bash tradition at Awful Arthur’s Tower’s location. The Illbotz will be there of course as Run DMC with special guests Mindspin as 311. $5 with costume and $7 without this show starts at 9pm and is 21 and up only.

 

Closing out the month and the Halloween festivities is something very, very awesome! The Shadowbox will be showing the cult classic and arguably the best musical ever, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Starting at 10pm on Saturday the 30th the showing will feature a live cast and audience participation. No need to bring anything, survival packs will be included! Come in costume and have fun with the Shadowbox crew! Tickets are $10, cash only.

Mid October Events…

This month has been an awesome month for the horror/ thriller fan in Roanoke! The Shadowbox keeps proving its love for Halloween and the genre inspired by the gruesome by showing Quentin Tarantino’s “Death Proof”. An homage to charged up car movies and 70’s shock this film stars action great Kurt Russell as an ex stunt driver bent on proving to his victims just how death proof his car is… at least in the driver’s seat. Also starring Rosario Dawson and a slew of other kick-ass stunt girls and beauties this film is not to be missed! Making a special appearance that night at the Shadowbox will be the ACTUAL Death Proof car!!! Sponsored by Ride Solutions & King Screen this film will show on Monday, October 11th at 8pm.

 

Showing on Wednesday, October 13th at the Shadowbox is one of the craziest Japanese horror/ fantasy films ever created.  Nobuhiko Obayashi’s 1977 film “House” (Hausu) tells the story of a young girl with her head in the clouds named Oshare who takes her friends to visit her dying aunt and stumbles upon shocking horrors within the aunt’s secluded home. Featuring an elderly demon aunt and a ferocious white fluffy cat from hell this film will be showing at 8pm on Wednesday. If you dig “House” at the Shadowbox on the 13th then pick up its Criterion release later in the month on the 26th.

 

On Saturday, October 16th the Bazaar on Brandon Rd. will be hosting quite an awesome show! Roanoke’s own Nancy & 2 Meteors will be sharing the evening with two great fellow Virginia bands. Charlottesville favorite Mr. Baby will be playing along with Manassas natives Who Are The Southern Baptists?. Come out to this show, dance, buy some records, drink some coffee and have fun! This show starts at 9pm, $5.

 

On Sunday October 17th the Shadowbox will show 1967 horror/comedy/stop-motion/ cult classic “Mad Monster Party”. Starring the voices of horror legend Boris Karloff and comedy icon Phyllis Diller this is a film for the whole family! When Dr. Frankenstein (Karloff) retires from the monster making business he decides to throw a party to name a successor. Everyone is there including Dracula, the Werewolf, Frankenstein’s Monster, the Mummy, Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde and many more! Come dance to a skeleton garage rock band playing the film’s original song “Do the Mummy” and laugh at this Halloween inspired, family friendly, animated classic! This showing starts at 2pm, bring the kids!

 

On that same Sunday (October 17th) one of Harrisonburg’s favorite venues, Clementine’s will be hosting an indie favorite alongside a certain rising Roanoke duo. Xiu Xiu will be headlining the show in support of their new album entitled Dear God, I Hate Myself released by prolific indie label, Kill Rock Stars. Opening the show and fresh off their tour with Jenny & Johnny will be Roanoke Magic Twig duo, Eternal Summers. The Summers will be playing in support of their newest release on Kanine Records entitled Silver. This is a very awesome show that is well worth the trip to Harrisonburg. This show starts at 8pm at Clementine’s.

August Round Up!

Hello everyone! Rounding up this last full week in August is a MASSIVE amount of events to keep you busy until September putting away your “there’s nothing to do here” blues.

Starting this busy week will be an event hosted  by the Roanoke Main Library downtown. River Laker will present Comic Strip to Graphic Novel; Will Eisner’s Painful Journey. The event will consist of a panel discussion based around comic art and its move from the funny papers to full on volumes of graphic novels. The panel will put a special focus on the work of Will Eisner, beloved creator of The Spirit comics. The panel will consist of host and local Eisner biographer Paul E. Fitzgerald, Roanoke Times reporter/ former blogger Mason Adams and B&D Comics owner Terry Baucum. This event will take place Tuesday, August 24th on the Howery Mezzanine at 6:30pm. It is free to the public and light refreshments will be provided.

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Continuing on to Wednesday the Shadowbox presents French film classic from 1966 “Umbrellas of Cherbourg”. The film stars Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo with direction by Jacques Demy (“Lola”, “the Seven Deadly Sins”) . This film starts at 8pm.

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Friday (August 27th) the Shadowbox continues to show their love for great cinema by presenting one of Charlie Chaplin’s last silent films. “City Lights” stars Chaplin in arguably his most famous role, the “Little Tramp”. Come out and witness this masterpiece from 1931. The film starts at 8pm.

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Also on Friday the Magic Twig Community’s the Young Sinclairs will be hosting a show in their own studio with Lynchburg friends, Steal the Prize. The show will take place around 9pm at the MTC’s Mystic Fortress on Cleveland. This show/ gathering is donation based so come out and help Steal the Prize put some gas in their tank! For those of you who can’t make it on Friday the Sinclairs will be joining Steal the Prize in Lynchburg on Saturday. The two groups will be performing at Rivermont Pizza around 7pm.

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Saturday join the Shadowbox in celebrating one of the greatest cult classics of all time. “Caddyshack” (starring Chevy Chase, Bill Murray and Rodney Dangerfield) has been a movie quoter’s favorite for a couple of decades now. Come out early to play 9 hole putt putt and don’t forget to dress up in your best golfing attire! Best outfit gets a prize! The evening starts at 7pm.

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This Sunday Dickie and the gang will be throwing the last show at Happy’s Flea Market. Fear not though, Dickie has relocated his gallery to the corner of Kirk and 2nd downtown. The Happy’s show will feature the Situationist, Nancy & Two Meteors, Heevahava, Thresher and the Virgo. Show starts at 7pm, is all ages and will only cost you $5!

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Ending the month of August will be a Shadowbox showing of Japanese horror film, “Audition”. Don’t miss this startling and cleverly crafted psychological drama from one of Japan’s best shock directors, Takashi Miike. The film shows Monday the 30th at 8pm.

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Have a great rest of your month and we will see you all in September!