A Pop-Up Beer Garden, the East of the River Art Show, and the Pride Parade Gone Mobile: Things to Do in DC, June 10-13

Illustration by Hannah Good.

Hello!

We’ve got Pride’s mobile parade, a tea party, and lots of outdoor fun.


See flapper dresses, glittering gems, and more from Marjorie Merriweather Post’s collection.

Here’s what you should check out this weekend:

Look up: A new art installation at the National Museum of Women in the Arts is a visual representation of the 19th amendment’s ratification following the centennial. Marilyn Artus created “Her Flag” collaborating with artists in the 36 states that ratified it by 1920. Artus incorporated each artwork as a stripe on the bigger flag and traveled around the

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See art, hear music at Fine Line during Fox River Arts Ramble

Submitted by Fine Line Creative Arts Center

The Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles is one of 17 locations taking part in this year’s Fox River Arts Ramble on Saturday, June 5. Fox Valley is rich in art, artists and art locations, making it the perfect place for a day of gallery and studio hopping in the area. The day runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and each of the 17 locations will have fantastic art and artists to meet. Admission is free.

Local artists

The Fine Line campus will be packed with local artisans selling handcrafted

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Video shines positive light on Fall River amid Jasiel Correia trial

FALL RIVER — As we head into what is bound to be a difficult few weeks for the city, it feels appropriate to point out the positives.

The trial of former mayor Jasiel Correia II is set to begin Tuesday in Boston, no doubt shining a negative light on the city, particularly for outsiders. While local leaders we talked to say the city has and will continue to bounce back from the stain of Correia’s two arrests, we know it’s all too easy for some in the state and beyond to paint Fall River with a broad brush. How many

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River City Roundup: April 12, 2021

In the days ahead, the storied Richmond district once known as “Little Africa,” Jackson Ward, celebrates its 150th anniversary, and the words of poets with connections to Washington, D.C., are recalled at a virtual Library of Virginia event. Elsewhere, local architects discuss the influence of modernism, and the online music series Shockoe Sessions adds some art to the mix. Enjoy the week! 

Indie rockers Starcoast play In Your Ear Studios’ Shockoe Sessions on April 13 for a “Believe in Love” livestream. The Virginia Beach-based band members are streaming pros, having taken to Instagram early in the pandemic for “Starcoast TV,”

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Indelible Cock Chalk: Odd Man Rush Brewing in Eagle River victimized by some real prickish vandalism | Food & Drink



James ‘Dr. Fermento’ Roberts


I was kicking around on Instagram the other day, and chanced across a video post by Reid McDonald, one of the principals at Odd Man Rush Brewing in Eagle River. It was odd. He was in the brewery tasting room bathroom.

McDonald was pissed. The narrative went like this: “Hey everybody, this is Reido from Odd Man Rush, coming to you from the tap room, well, one of the restrooms here in the tap room. Just a quick message, a PSA that goes out to the piece of shit, human-slash-paraquat who decides it’s funny to take

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Charlotte native finds tooth of 11-foot prehistoric beast in South Carolina river | State and Regional News

“On all fours, they could look you in the eye,” Proulx said.

The bears were so enormous that cave scratchings from them have been found 15 feet from the ground, he said.

Officials at the South Carolina State Museum initially thought the tooth belonged to a prehistoric lion, Proulx said, because of tiny cracks around the tooth. The teeth of prehistoric lions had tiny grooves around them, while short-faced bears had smooth teeth, he said.

The cracks on his bear tooth occurred over the centuries, he said.

Love of fossil searching

Proulx, 25, is an electrical engineer who lives just

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