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Bobarino’s Chris Andrus and Rob Antecki Circle Theatre Ain’t Misbehavin’ Coral Gables Kevin Villo The DAAC Hermit Thrushes De Pree Gallery Island Reflections: The Contemporary Art of Curacao Dr. Grins Kyle Dunnigan Fenian’s Irish Pub Notre Dame Game in Dublin 2012 and Tour to Ireland GR Public Museum Thank God for Michigan! Stories from the Civil War GVSU Pew Campus Fall Arts Distinguished Lecturer The Intersection B-93.7 Presents Corey Smith, Andrew Ripp with Steve Moakler LowellArts! 2011 Michigan Photo Exhibition Mangiamo! Mark Kahny MXTP Forever a Hero, Destination Morgue New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School? One Trick Pony Kimber Cleveland Schuler Books and Music (28th Street location) Author Talk and Booksigning with Tobin Buhk The Strutt Double Phelix Launch Party, Birdfingers, The Go Rounds, Fiona Dickinson, Graham A. Parsons, Elk Welcome Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill Eilen Jewel Water Street Gallery MInd Games WMU Theatre References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot


FRIDAY 9.23


411 Club Carl Weathersby Billy’s Lounge Mid-Life Crisis Bobarino’s The Cones Circle Theatre Ain’t Misbehavin’ Coral Gables Nick Ayoub De Pree Gallery Island Reflections: The Contemporary Art of Curacao Delta Plex Arena Juice Newton DeVos Performance Hall Grand Rapids Symphony Pops: Gershwin’s Greatest Hits Downtown Grand Haven Grand Haven Art Walk Downtown Rockford Harvest Fest Dr. Grins Kyle Dunnigan


Fenian’s Irish Pub Sean Nos Irish Singing Fountain Street Church ArtPrize Panel Discussion Grand Haven Indie Rock Invitational GRAM My Green City GR Public Museum Thank God for Michigan! Stories from the Civil War GVSU Pew Campus ArtPrize Opening Reception GVSU Pew Campus Hope College Wind Ensemble Concert The Intersection Wayland wsg Deadwood Stone, Dot Dot Dot, Uncommon Road, 8th Avenue Kirby House Rock Shop The Livery Dawn Yarbrough with Jean Prosper LowellArts! 2011 Michigan Photo Exhibition Mangiamo! Robin Connell Miller Auditorium Girls Night The Musical MXTP Mark Rose, Jon Walker wsg Lucas Carpenter, Kombucha Haircut New Holland Brewing Company Bryan Michael Fischer Band New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School? Old Dog Tavern Chuck Whiting and His Rowdy Friends CD Release Party The Pyramid Scheme Bottom 40 Red Barn Theatre Sylvia River City Saloon Classic Fix Schuler Books and Music (28th Street location) Nervous But Excited The Strutt The Michigan Singer Songwriter’s Showcase Water Street Gallery MInd Games Women’s City Club Mark Rumsey, Delilah DeWylde & The Lost Boys


SATURDAY 9.24


Billy’s Lounge Hip Pocket Bobarino’s Cold Cash Machine Circle Theatre Ain’t Misbehavin’ Coral Gables Nick Ayoub De Pree Gallery Island Reflections: The Contemporary Art of Curacao Dog Story Theatre *Phi lan’ thro py* - For the Love of Humanity Downtown Rockford Harvest Fest


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Dr. Grins Kyle Dunnigan Founders Brewing Company Beat Connection GR Public Museum Thank God for Michigan! Stories from the Civil War GR Symphony Pop Series: Gershwin’s Greatest Hits The Intersection Vengeance Fight League


Kellogg Arena Black Heart Maidens Kirby House Cold Cash Machine The Livery Harper LowellArts! 2011 Michigan Photo Exhibition Mangiamo! John Proulx Miller Auditorium Girls Night The Musical


MXTP We’ll Watch It Burn (final show) wsg Lakeland, Willows, Breaking Tides, Pain Therapy New Holland Brewing Company The Rowley Wheeler Band New Vic Theatre Is There Life After High School? Old Dog Tavern Duffield Caron Project, Four Wheel Drive Red Barn Theatre Sylvia


River City Saloon Classic Fix Riviera Theatre Sarah McQuaid Saugatuck Brewing Company Last Call Band Schuler Books and Music (28th Street location) Author Talk and Booksigning with Philip Goldberg The Pyramid Scheme ArtPrize Reception and After Party Water Street Gallery MInd Games


BEST BET: Indie


ONCE AGAIN THE CALVIN COLLEGE Student Activities Office has flexed its seemingly bizarre hipster sensibility muscle and booked two bands that are cur- rently riding the proverbial “chillwave,” a newfangled subgenre that relies on dream-like synth-driven melodies just as much as it relies on the artifacts of the endless summer paradigm. It appears that the starry-eyed, computer-made dance fad that has swept through the indie music world isn’t just some terribly clichéd trend. In fact, it’s become an ardent vehicle for rehashing classic sounds of pre- vious decades. Following the well-lauded sophomore release In Ghost Colours and eight years after the band’s debut, Bright Like Neon Love, Cut Copy released Zonoscope back in February. A glowing


CUT COPY WSG WASHED OUT Calvin College, Grand Rapids Sept. 21, 8 p.m. $25 public, $10 with Calvin ID calvin.edu/sao, (616) 526-6064


example of the genres longevity and the bands ability to continually spike the vein for nostalgic ‘80s sample junkies, the track “Need You Now” boasts the kind of head-nodding, minimal-footwork dance enthusiasm that gradually builds until you find yourself in a kind of religious Circle of Life via the Lion King-type experience, arms raised, eyes closed, praising the gods. In contrast, Washed Out’s long-awaited full-length LP Within And Without, released in July, isn’t much of a departure from the band’s Life of Leisure EP, which is full of mul- tilayered, summer inspired tracks like the hit “Feel it all around.” So if your looking to eschew the impending Midwest weather and


relive some classic summer memories while also having a modest religious experience, the show is worth the ticket. Reported by Elijah Brumback


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