Tag: Mercantile Library

What to Do/See/Hear | Nov. 1-7

Thanks to daylight saving time’s demise, we get an extra hour to enjoy this week, and not a moment too soon. There’s more than enough to do to fill the time – especially if you enjoy the sound of a chorus. Even if that’s not your cup of tea, fear not. There’s art, film and theater aplenty.

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 25-31

If this week’s wet, chilly weather has you thinking that you’d like to curl up with a good book, or at least hear about one, you’re in luck. The word is center stage this week at several events around town. Plus, Music Hall’s reopening will move en pointe, but still with a literary theme.

What to do/hear/see | July 12-18

"Mama, Mummy and Mamma," 2014, acrylic, colored pencils, charcoal, and transfers on paper. Courtesy The New Church Museum, Cape Town

This may be one of our more wide-ranging sets of events – from City Flea to Pets in Need, from Wash Park to Pyramid Hill, from “Magic Flute” to “Merry Wives” and openings at Manifest.
Throw in some WOW time (Friday’s Walk on Woodburn) and your week is suddenly quite full. You’re welcome!

What to do, hear, see | April 5-11

“Kismet” by Eric Standley

Spring fever must be in full flower this weekend, as two shows are already sold out: Richard Thompson at Memorial Hall and the KSO’s live accompaniment of “Amadeus.” Better make your plans fast. Here’s our somewhat-shortlist…