Tag: The Mini Microcinema

What to Do/See/Hear | March 21-27

"Cleopatra" by Cagnacci

Repeat after us: Pay no attention to the falling snow. It’s spring. It’s really spring. Whatever Mother Nature’s capricious weather, there are still plenty of great reasons to get out of the house this week for great arts offerings. In particular, although Holy Week doesn’t start until Sunday, Easter-themed programs are popping up like daffodils.

What to Do/See/Hear | March 14-20

However one looks at it, this is a week of transition: Winter is fading but hasn’t completely surrendered. Daylight saving time has begun, returning our early mornings to darkness. For observant Christians, Lent is half over, but Easter is still weeks away. It’s the same in our arts scene, with events looking forward and back, opening and closing. Here are some not to miss.

What to Do/See/Hear | Feb. 28-March 6

For many in the Tri-state, especially those near a river, torrential rains and rising waters made the last week a little stressful. If life has drained your spiritual tank, we have a few ideas for refueling it – most of them on high ground. It’s a particularly rich music weekend.

What to Do/See/Hear | Jan. 17-23

It’s been a few weeks, and we’ve had a chance to get acclimated to winter weather. It’s time to get back out and see what the new year has brought us. The region’s theaters in particular are ready to raise their curtains on new shows. Read on.

What to Do/See/Hear | Dec. 20-26

Cast of 'The Naughty List' photo by Cal Harris

Silent night? Hardly. The Queen City is filled with the sights and sounds of the holiday season, and the flurry of activity – apparently the closest we’re getting to a white Christmas this year – reaches its peak this weekend. Whether it’s family fun or a grownup date, pick from these options…

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.