Festival Ballet Providence is back with first live show in 16 months

PROVIDENCE — The last time Festival Ballet Providence dancers performed live was February 2020, but as the state eases COVID-19 restrictions, the company is back with the aptly named production “Emergence.”

This is a wonderfully diverse program of five short works that feature both classic and contemporary choreography, music and costumes to match, from tutus to sweatpants, socks to toe shoes.

Adding to the sense of emerging is that the program is performed outdoors. A dancer-friendly sprung stage is set up in the parking lot at Festival’s Hope Street studio, and while that may not seem like a perfect setting,

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Everything Announced at the Future Game Show Powered by WD_Black at E3 2021

The dust has just settled on the Future Games Show Powered by WD_Black, but if you couldn’t catch it live, don’t fret. We’ve collected all of the critical information for you to dig into right here. So make sure to read on if you want the rundown on every trailer, world premiere, and release date revealed during the show.

Instinction

The Future Game Show at E3 2021 kicked off with the world premiere of Instinction, a single-player and co-op dinosaur slaying game. You’ll solve puzzles and explore lush environments while hunting and hiding from a variety of prehistoric pests. It’s

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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.

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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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Need new ink? Ink Masters Tattoo show this weekend

May 27—Those in need of some new ink can choose from an array of tattoo art talent this weekend at the Ink Master Tattoo show Friday, May 28 through Sunday, May 30 in the Palestine Civic Center, 1819 W. Spring St.

There will be live tattooing all weekend by over 50 award-winning tattoo artists, in an array of styles, including realism, traditional, black and grey and color.

“We are excited that Ink Masters chose Palestine as a location to host one of their statewide tattoo expos,” said Mary Raum, Palestine’s Tourism Marketing Manager. “They have indicated they have already received

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A Card Show in Your Pocket: How Loupe Is Trying to Be an All-in-One, Live-Streaming Community

There’s no denying that online group breaks have revolutionized the hobby. They give collectors a chance to buy into hard-to-obtain boxes and cases while simultaneously building community. One thing is for sure: they have changed the way many people experience the hobby while attracting a wide spectrum of collectors.

The Loupe app, an all-in-one group breaking and card buying experience, aims to take the online hobby experience to the next level. Unlike conducting breaks on social platforms such as Facebook and Instagram that can be a disjointed experience for sellers and buyers, Loupe is built specifically for collectors by

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Need new ink? Ink Masters Tattoo show this weekend | News

Those in need of some new ink can choose from an array of tattoo art talent this weekend at the Ink Master Tattoo show Friday, May 28 through Sunday, May 30 in the Palestine Civic Center, 1819 W. Spring St.

There will be live tattooing all weekend by over 50 award-winning tattoo artists, in an array of styles, including realism, traditional, black and grey and color.

“We are excited that Ink Masters chose Palestine as a location to host one of their statewide tattoo expos,” said Mary Raum, Palestine’s Tourism Marketing Manager. “They have indicated they have already received a

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