Details on 2017 African American Festival in Baltimore Still Unclear

One year after its star-studded 40th anniversary celebration, Baltimore is gearing up for another installment of the African American festival, better known as AFRAM, but details about the event remain sketchy.

The 2017 AFRAM Festival will be held on August 12 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Druid Hill Park in Northwest Baltimore. Now under the control of new Mayor Catherine Pugh, the event has been shortened from two days to one, and falls a full month later than its usual July date.

The change from a two-day event to one is a sign of the apparent downsizing of the event. August is also a considerable amount of time later than the usual July date.

No information was available regarding the musical artists set to appear at this year’s event, according to Myra Blanchard, the city’s marketing development director. Information on attractions, vendors, and festival events was also not available.

Last year, thousands of attendees flocked to Camden Yards to hear performances from artists which included Common and Angie Stone. That lineup was announced in March 2016, months before the event itself.

Past installments of the festival were organized by greiBO Entertainment under contract to the city; former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake set a budget for last year’s event of $535,000. The contract with greiBO was not renewed this year, placing the event solely under city control.

Nashville lawyer named TBA executive director

VOL. 41 | NO. 23 | Friday, June 09, 2017

Updated 9:57AM


The Tennessee Bar Association has named Nashville lawyer Joycelyn Stevenson as its new executive director.

A shareholder with Littler Mendelson PC with a practice focused on labor and employment law, Stevenson has been a leader in the Tennessee legal community, serving as president of both the Nashville Bar Association and the Lawyers’ Association for Women – Marion Griffin Chapter. She is the first African-American woman to lead both organizations and will be the first African-American woman to direct the TBA.

Stevenson is a native of Macon, Georgia, who earned her undergraduate degree at Howard University and her law degree from Vanderbilt University in 2001. She spent 12 years practicing law at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings in Nashville before joining the Nashville office of Littler Mendelson PC as a shareholder in 2013.

Stevenson is the 2017 recipient of the Napier Looby Bar Association’s J.C. Napier Trailblazer Award and previously was recognized with a Nashville Chamber Emerging Leader Award, a Nashville Athena Young Professionals Award and a Nashville Business Journal 40 under 40 Award.

In addition, Stevenson has served as president of the Council on Aging of Greater Nashville and secretary of the Nashville Farmers Market Board.

Heritage Law hires retired US Marine officer


Heritage Law Group, PLLC, has hired Chris Johnson, who brings years of legal and military experience to the team.

Johnson was born in Detroit and graduated with merit from the United States Naval Academy with a degree in mechanical engineering. Upon being commissioned as a second lieutenant, he graduated from The Basic School at Quantico, Virginia, on the Commanding General’s Honor Roll and then graduated from the Infantry Officer Course.

After completing his first tour of duty serving as a platoon commander, company executive officer and company commander, with two deployments, and was one of eight selectees to the Marine Corps Law Education Program.

He chose the College of William and Mary School of Law in Williamsburg, Virginia and was selected for the Funded Law Education Program. Upon graduation, he attended Naval Justice School in Newport, Rhode Island. After redesignation as a judge advocate, he served as both defense counsel and senior defense counsel for Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, the head prosecutor for Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, chief legal assistance officer at Parris Island, and executive officer of 3rd Recruit Training Battalion at Parris Island.

He also served on the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing commanding general’s staff as his deputy staff judge advocate and as the officer in charge of the Legal Service Support Team at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina. He also served as the deputy chief advisor for the Afghan National Army/Ministry of Defense Legal Advisor Team for one year at Camp Eggers in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Johnson retired from the Marine Corps as a major and relocated to Nashville.

Attorneys honored with Chambers USA listings

Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout America. The guide determines its rankings through an extensive information gathering process that includes independent research and in-depth interviews with clients and attorneys.

Among the Nashville attorneys on this year’s list:

Baker Donelson:

Steven J. Eisen, banking and finance, banking and finance – regulatory

Richard G. Cowart, health care

Kenneth P. “Pete” Ezell Jr., health care

Gary C. Shockley and Robert M. Steele, environment

John S. Hicks and Gary C. Shockley, general commercial litigation

Ashby Q. Burks and Philip S. McSween, Health Care

M. Kim Vance, labor and employment

John A. Gupton III and Matthew T. Harris, real estate

Tonya Mitchem Grindon, corporate/M&A

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP:

Stephen T. Braun and Andrew J. Murray, health care

Jay Hardcastle and Kevin B. Campbell, health care, health care: regulatory

E. Berry Holt, health care: regulatory – eminent practitioner

Ann Peldo Cargile, John R. Haynes, David A. Rutter, Brooks R. Smith, J. Thomas Trent Jr., Richard F. Warren and Robert E. Wood, real estate

Jeffrey S. Buschmann, corporate/M&A – recognized practitioner

Doug Franck and John W. Titus, corporate/M&A

William F. Goodman III and Robert S. Patterson, litigation: general commercial

Bob Hannon, John E. Murdock III and John W. Myers II for banking & finance

Samuel D. Lipshie, media & entertainment

Matthew C. Lonergan, Chuck Mataya and Craig Oliver, labor & employment

Russell B. Morgan for litigation: general commercial

Jim Murphy for real estate: zoning/land use

William L. Norton III for litigation: bankruptcy)

Thor Y. Urness for litigation: general commercial

Butler Snow

Kathryn Reed Edge, banking & finance: regulatory

Dan H. Elrod, health care: regulatory

Gregg C. Gumbert and Robert M. Holland Jr., real estate

John C. Hayworth, Gayle Malone Jr. and Randall D. Noel, litigation: general commercial

Robert J. Walker, litigation: general commercial (star individual)

David P. Jaqua, labor and employment

Kara E. Shea, Bart N. Sisk, labor and development

Robert L. Trentham, litigation: medical malpractice defense

Dickinson Wright:

Derek C. Crownover, media and entertainment

N. Courtney Hollins, real estate

Neal & Harwell, PLC:

Aubrey B. Harwell Jr., William T. Ramsey and James F. Sanders, general commercial litigation

James R. Kelley, bankruptcy litigation

Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison, PLC:

Albert Bart, Thomas J. Sherrard and Chris Whitson, corporate/mergers & acquisitions

Tracy A. Powell and John R. Voigt, health care

L. Webb Campbell, Phillip F. Cramer and William L. Harbison, litigation

Kim A. Brown, C. Mark Carver and John H. Roe, real estate

Kim A. Brown and Michael D. Roberts, banking and finance.

Stites & Harbison, PLLC:

Stuart Campbell, banking & finance

Julian L. Bibb, real estate; banking and finance

Schmidt promoted by DeAngelis Diamond


Kaisa Schmidt, who started her 10-year career with DeAngelis Diamond in 2007, has been promoted to vice president of marketing and public relations, overseeing all marketing and public relations initiatives throughout DeAngelis Diamond’s four regional office locations.

Starting out as the only marketing team member at DeAngelis Diamond, Schmidt has led and developed the department into a collaborative four-person team.

Schmidt has been named Marketing Director of the Year for the past two years and has led her team to win over 36 construction marketing awards during her career. Her accomplishments include leading the companies rebranding efforts throughout the United States, developing public relations, and acting as the lead in the design and innovation behind presentations and project wins.

DeAngelis Diamond has more than 20 years of general contracting experience with a strong commercial and health care construction presence across the United States and in the Caribbean Islands.

Former Salsify director joins competitor Edgenet


Mikael Solomon has been named vice president of product at Edgenet, a Nashville-based Software as a Service company that develops and distributes nationwide a leading platform for managing product content.

Solomon comes to Edgenet from Boston-based competitor Salsify, where, as director of product management, he was responsible for the ideation, definition and creation of their analytics products – including the Content Grader, a product used by manufacturers to grade the quality of their product content on retail websites.

Previous to his tenure at Salsify, Solomon founded Austin-based Edgecase.

Solomon earned a degree in economics from Stanford University and a master’s in management from Wake Forest University School of Business.

Gillihan named CEO of Vanderbilt Home Care


Kerry Gillihan, MHA, D.Sc., has been named president and CEO of Vanderbilt Home Care Services, the home health care services of Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

He has managed and developed hospitals and health care systems, both acute and post-acute, in rural and urban settings within Kentucky since 1979.

VHCS has been a leading provider of home health operations since 1985, and it’s an area that’s fast growing with 275 full-time equivalent employees who last year drove more than 718,000 miles to see more than 35,000 patients. The VUMC home health team is made up of nurses and physical, occupational and speech therapists, companions and patient care attendants.



Sophoclis Alexopoulos, M.D., has been named chief of Vanderbilt’s Division of Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation.

He comes to Vanderbilt from the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, where he was assistant professor of clinical surgery in the Division of Hepatobiliary/Pancreatic and Abdominal Organ Transplant Surgery. He also served as the surgical director of the Kidney Transplant Program at Keck Medical Center of USC, associate surgical director of the Pediatric Liver/Intestinal Transplant Program and surgical director of the Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.

Alexopoulos said he wants to build on the work of his predecessors, which will allow his team to offer pediatric patients with liver disease broader access to transplantation through the use of technical variant grafts (split, reduced and live-donor liver transplantations).

Weaver joins FiftyForward as development director


Karin Fielder Weaver recently joined FiftyForward as development director for the 60+ year-old nonprofit agency serving those 50 and older.

In her new role, she will oversee all relationships with individual, corporate, and foundation donors, including donor recognition, annual and planned giving, capital and endowment campaigns, and special events and projects.

Weaver was previously executive director, development and public affairs, at Nashville State Community College Foundation. Prior to that, she was the director of strategic initiatives and partnerships at Bright Horizons Foundation for Children in Watertown, Mass.

In 2014, Weaver earned her executive MBA in the Vanderbilt/Center for Nonprofit Management Executive Program. She a degree in English from Rhodes College in 1989.

No, Virginia, There Is No Nuclear Santa Claus

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Published on June 9th, 2017 | by Michael Barnard

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Virginia is about to receive approval for the most expensive nuclear reactor ever built in the USA. It’s been a 10-year hunt with reactor technologies changing at least twice to add a third unit to the North Anna nuclear generation plant. But they are closing in on regulatory approval.

How much would its electricity cost if it actually goes forward?

Nuclear math is hard. That’s not the math behind nuclear physics, by the way. That’s actually straightforward compared to the financial black arts accounting that occurs with nuclear plants. A tremendous amount of the costs are typically swept under the rug as overruns occur and governments and utilities try to save face. Ontario, as one example, is on its 30th year and 4th administration of pushing its nuclear debt down the road to future politicians and taxpayers.

But let’s pretend the numbers will be relatively transparent and do some simple math.

Let’s make a few assumptions:

  • Capital costs are $19 billion USD as per the economic analysis cited.
  • The $600 million USD already spent as per the reference is included in the cost of electricity.
  • Capacity is 1.6 GW as per the reference, which is higher than the 1.52 GW originally specified in 2007 when this process started.
  • Capacity factor on most years of operation would be 90%, but 60% for the first year of operation and after refurbishment. Obviously, it would be 0% during construction and during the two years of refurbishment.
  • Operational costs are 5% to 10% of capital costs per year. That would be $0.95 billion to $1.9 billion per year.
  • At 20 years of operation, the reactor would be refurbished, taking two years and costing $5 billion, approximately 25% of original capital outlay.
  • It would take 8 years of actual construction and be on time and on budget.
  • Lifespan of the reactor before decommissioning would be 40 years.

Let’s see what the numbers tell us for 5% operating costs for the cost of electricity per MWh:

  • 10 years — $237 per MWh or 24 cents per kWh
  • 20 years — $177 per MWh or 17.7 cents per kWh
  • 30 years — $155 per MWh or 15.5 cents per kWh
  • 40 years — $136 per MWh or 13.6 cents per kWh

Oops. At an unrealistically low operating cost, after 40 years of spreading the capital cost across the decades, the cost of electricity is still much higher than alternatives. This price is well above IEA and EIA estimates for the cost of new nuclear, two agencies which have historically been very favourable to this technology.

What about at 10%?

  • 10 years — $329 per MWh or 32.9 cents per kWh
  • 20 years — $265 per MWh or 26.5 cents per kWh
  • 30 years — $241 per MWh or 24.1 cents per kWh
  • 40 years — $220 per MWh or 22.0 cents per kWh

Oops again. At a more realistic operating expense, the costs are much worse.

What operating expense needs to be assumed in order for the 40 year cost of electricity to get under 10 cents per kWh?

You have to get down to an operating cost of 2.8% of capital costs or about $530 million per year before the 40 year price of electricity drops into reasonable ranges. That’s assuming no cost of capital, which is unrealistic. It’s also excluding the externalities which ExternE calculated. With Washington, DC, being about 80 miles (130 km) away, those externalities are likely quite high.

What are the alternatives by the way? Well, new wind energy purchase power agreements in the USA haven’t gone above 5 cents per kWh in several years. Utility-scale solar PPAs are hunting in the 5 cents per kWh range right now too. Those PPAs are typically for 20 years, so the comparison is to the 17.7 to 26.5 cents per kWh above. Being generous, solar and wind are three to five times cheaper. If wind farms only lasted 20 years instead of 30, it would still be cheaper to build them twice rather than build nuclear once.

And of course equivalent wind and solar can be built in three to four years, including permitting. How much would be needed, assuming a 50:50 split and capacity factors of 35% and 15% respectively, to be equivalent to a 1.6 GW nuclear reactor at 90% capacity factor? About 2 GW of wind and about 5 GW of solar would suffice. China put in about 14 times that much solar and about 11 times that much wind in 2016 alone. Spreading the much smaller amounts over 5 years when there are robust supply chains and suppliers in the USA is relatively trivial.

There are provisos of course with the potential economic insanity on the part of Virginia. There’s no guarantee that the nuclear plant will be built. Obviously, the math doesn’t add up for most people, even though the owners of the plant would disagree from their perspective and are undoubtedly spending lobbying money hand over fist in Washington just down the road. And the calculations don’t take into account net present value, so they are a simpler view; however, as capital costs are front end loaded and I didn’t bother to include decommissioning costs or the costs of financing, it’s a bit of a wash.

It’s hard to see why Virginia is even considering this option and continuing to take it through the approvals process. They should turn left. Modern technologies are much cheaper and faster to build exist.


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Marinaresco can turn it on in Greyville Challenge

There was no more than a neck separating Marinaresco and Captain America in the Drill Hall Stakes last month and there is unlikely to be much more in it when they clash in the R1m, Grade 1 WFA Rising Sun Gold Challenge (1600m) at Greyville on Saturday. Toss in a few other distance specialists and you have the makings of one of the races of South African Champions Season.

Marinaresco is something of a Greyville specialist where his instant turn of foot is well suited to the relatively short Greyville home straight, well illustrated last season in both the Vodacom Durban July and the Mike and Carol Bass Champion Stakes.

Marinaresco, picture Liesl King

More recent evidence was in the Drill Hall where he finished like a bullet to collar Victorious Jay with Saratoga Dancer, New Predator and Captain America in close attendance. Candice Bass-Robinson has indicated that the son of Silvano would be more at home over an extended trip but he was good enough to win over 1400m in the Drill Hall and tomorrow’s 1600m should be well within his compass – his turn of foot being a lethal weapon.

Captain America is arguably at his best over 1600m and is a ‘bull’ of a horse. He finished behind Marinaresco in the Greenpoint Stakes and ahead of him in both the L ‘Ormarins Queen’s Plate and the Sun Met before finishing at his girth in the Drill Hall.

What may just swing things in Marinaresco’s favour is his better draw and obvious liking for Greyville. At time of writing he was favourite at 5-2 but Captain America has found market support and 5-1 look good odds given the current form of the two.

Alongside Captain America in the betting is the grey Bela-Bela. Justin Snaith’s filly ran a cracker in the recent Gr1 SA Fillies Sprint behind Carry On Alice and has excellent form over both distance and course. She is currently seventh on the Vodacom Durban July log but takes on some crack male milers here and will need to be at her best to triumph.

Saratoga Dancer, picture Nkosi Hlophe

New Predator put in a tremendous effort for Johan Janse van Vuuren when out to defend his title in the Drill Hall, finishing a close-up fourth. He has found some inspired market support but 14 is most often a coffin draw over the Greyville mile so he has it all to do.

Saratoga Dancer generally flies under the radar and many questioned his participation in last year’s Vodacom Durban July. He silenced his critics in the best way possible, touched off two short heads to finish fifth.

He had Marinaresco in his sights all through the running of the Drill Hall and ran New Predator to within a length in the November Handicap at Turffontein. Given his record and at around 16-1 he looks excellent value.

The front-running Janoobi has struck up an excellent rapport with Piere Strydom, winning both the Gauteng Guineas and the Daisy Guineas, but he has a much more difficult task this time around especially from a tricky draw.

The R250,000, Grade 3 Cup Trial (1800m) will be a no-quarter-given affair with a place in the Vodacom Durban July at stake for most of the contenders. Black Arthur, Elusive Silva and Nebula are all among the fancied runners in the July market but far from certain of a place so it’s all on the line here.

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Health fair aims to raise awareness about health care disparities for African-Americans

</p> <p> Javascript must be enabled to view the Burlington Hawkeye online content. Please enable your javascript and click the link below to return. 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Fortunately there are plenty of interesting facts about Devon that are also true.</p> <p>In fact, one of the facts even involves Trump. #NotFakeNews. So we have gathered 12 quite interesting facts about Devon, if you don’t learn something you didn’t already know then we aren’t doing our job.</p> <p>If you have your own facts about Devon you’d like to share, leave them in the comments below. In an age of Fake News, Devon is leading the way in the field of quite interesting truths.</p> <h3>Devon has more road than anywhere else in the country<br /></h3> <p><img src="" class="bb-redactor-image" /></p> <p>True fact. You maybe thought it was London, or Birmingham. Nope. Devon County Council is responsible for 8,000 miles of road – the longest network in the country. The county is home to everything from single track rural lanes across Dartmoor and Exmoor to major highways like the A38 and A30 – as well as the M5.</p> <h3>Devon has the slowest roads in the country</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Image result for exeter traffic devonlive" /></p> <p>Not only do we have more road than anyone else, it also takes you longer to use. A survey by international travel experts Inrix, who provide live traffic information to people like the BBC, this year named Exeter the slowest city in the country during rush-hour. Yes, slower than London. Traffic crawls through the city at just 4.6mph at the busiest times of day. You can walk faster. Businesses in Exeter spend more time stuck in traffic than businesses in London.</p> <h3>Devon has the narrowest street in the world</h3> <p><img src="" class="bb-redactor-image" /></p> <p>Parliament Street in Exeter bears a plaque claiming it to be the narrowest street in the world. At its narrowest it is about 0.64 metres (2 ft 1 in) at its widest it is 1.22 metres (4 ft 0 in). It used to be called Small Lane but was renamed Parliament Street to poke fun at the Government for passing the 1832 Reform Bill, funny eh? The German’s claim they have the narrowest street in the world – but that’s really just a gap between two houses. Parliament Street runs from High Street to Waterbeer Street. In 1836 the residents of Waterbeer Street paid to have the street widened. The council hasn’t done that yet. Maybe after the new pool?</p> <h3>Devon invented the Cornish pasty</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Presentation1" /></p> <p>I know what you’re thinking, the clue’s in the name. But just like they don’t get cream teas right, our Cornish cousins didn’t invent the pasty either. The earliest recorded recipe for the pasty was discovered in 2006 and dates back 500 years. Yup, it’s in a Devon book. So, you can go to Europe all you like and get them to say Cornish Pasties have to be made in Cornwall. Doesn’t make it so. If you like, we can also prove we invented Cornish Piskies, the Cornish language and the writer and director Joe Cornish.</p> <h3>Devon has the country’s oldest bakery</h3> <p><img src="" alt="New cafe for Plymouth as Britain's oldest bakery gets a makeover" /></p> <p>It isn’t only pasties we’ve been making forever, we’ve also been making bread and biscuits since before America was born. How do we know? Jacka Bakery on the Barbican made biscuits that went onto The Mayflower for the sailing of the Pilgrim Fathers. It is the oldest bakery in the country, even older than those sandwiches you get in South West Train buffet cars. Just think, if Jacka hadn’t been there all those years ago we might not have the USA today. You’re welcome. We also used to have the oldest hotel in the country, the Royal Clarence in Exeter, but that is temporarily burnt to the ground.</p> <h3>Devon has Europe’s oldest cinema</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Historic Paignton Picture House " /></p> <p>Oldest bakery, oldest hotel, oldest cinema. Wow! We’re good. Torbay Picture House was opened on 16 March 1914, and is believed to be the oldest surviving purpose-built cinema in Europe. In its early days it featured a 21-piece orchestra, with each member paid a guinea to perform. There are 375 seats: 271 in the stalls, 104 in the circle, plus three private boxes at the back seating an additional eight. A project is currently under way to bring it back into use. We can’t say for sure, but the first film shown was probably the original Police Academy.</p> <h3>Devon has the country’s only exclamation mark!</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Image result for westward ho! northdevonjournal" /></p> <p>OK, so maybe not the only exclamation mark. The Sun also has quite a few in its headlines.But we do have the only place with an exclamation mark in its name – Westward Ho! The village near Bideford was named after the Charles Kingsley novel, meaning it is also the only place named after a work of fiction, until Thundercats Ho! opens near Plymouth in 2019. Back in the 19th century adding punctuation to your town’s name was the height of marketing genius. We’re off to add an interrobang to Torbay.</p> <h3>Devon was the last place in the country to execute witches</h3> <p><img src="" class="bb-redactor-image" /></p> <p>By the late 1600s the rest of the country had given up executing people as witches, and instead started giving them columns in the Daily Mail. But the last English executions for witchcraft happened in Exeter in 1682 and 1685. Temperance Lloyd, Susannah Edwards and Mary Trembles, of Bideford died in 1682 and Alice Molland died in 1685 in Heavitree. They were accused of causing illness and death by the black arts. Now the RD&E does it by MRSA.<em /></p> <h3>Devon invented the Jack Russell</h3> <p><img src="" class="bb-redactor-image" /></p> <p>The Jack Russell Terrier was created by the Reverend John Russell – born in Dartmouth, went to school in Plympton, rector of Black Torrington. He bought a dog which had stumpy legs, huge ears and was great at digging around in filth. Called Trump. Seriously. The white and tan dog was excellent at digging out foxes which had gone to ground. But would have made a useless leader of the Free World. This was the origin of the Jack Russell. Not the Muslim Travel Ban.</p> <h3>Devon has the country’s only 16-sided house</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Image result for a la ronde devonlive" /></p> <p>If you’re ever filling in a request list on Zoopla making it clear what your house must have – three bedrooms, parking, nearby school, must be hexadecagonal you won’t be in much luck. The only 16-side house in the country is A La Ronde in east Devon. It was built for two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter, on their return from a grand tour of Europe in the late 18th century The interior decoration includes a feather frieze, gathered from native game birds and chickens, laboriously stuck down with isinglass and a shell-encrusted gallery, said to contain nearly 25,000 shells. Sounds like it was designed by Laurence Llewelyn Bowen after a head injury – but actually worth a visit.</p> <h3>Devon is home to the UK’s oldest humans</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Image result for kents cavern jaw" /></p> <p>No, not those people who constantly walk in front of you down the High Street. A fragment of jaw bone was discovered in Kent’s Cavern in Torquay in 1927 and carbon-dating followed by studies in 2011 say it could date from 44,200BC and is Homo Sapiens – making it the oldest modern human remains found in North West Europe. Not all scientists agree with the dating, mostly the ones from Cornwall.</p> <h3>Devon is home to the last castle built in England</h3> <p><img src="" alt="Image result for drogo devonlive" /></p> <p>Not everything in Devon is really, really old. Castle Drogo dates from 1930 – and is the last castle to have been built in England. In 1910 Julius Drewe bought about 450 acres south and west of the village of Drewsteignton and asked Edwin Lutyens to build him a castle. The First World War and the economic downturn caused many delays. Exeter City Council had nothing to do with this one. The castle’s defensive characteristics are purely decorative and it had electricity and lifts from the outset, with power being supplied by two turbines on the river below.</p> <p>RankTribe™ Black Business Directory News – Arts & Entertainment</p> </div><!-- .entry-content --> </article><!-- #post-## --> <article id="post-146440" class="post-146440 post type-post status-publish format-standard hentry"> <header class="entry-header"> <div class="entry-meta"><span class="screen-reader-text">Posted on</span> <a href="" rel="bookmark"><time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2017-06-09T21:18:57+00:00">June 9, 2017</time></a></div><!-- .entry-meta --><h3 class="entry-title"><a href="" rel="bookmark">West Volusia Calendar of Events June 10-17, 2017</a></h3> </header><!-- .entry-header --> <div class="entry-content"> <p><strong>Saturday, June 10</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Farmers Market</strong></p> <p>8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. Call 407-443-6965.</p> <p><strong>Market in the Park</strong></p> <p>8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Blake Park, 437 S. Lakeview Drive, Lake Helen. Call 305-393-0682.</p> <p><strong>Deltona Woodcarvers Saturday Breakfast and Carving Get-Together</strong></p> <p><strong>Free Baseball Camp for Kids</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">9 a.m.-noon at Pfc. Emory L. Bennett Veterans Memorial Park, 1365 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Orange City. Retired professional baseball player Andrew Brown will lead this camp for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Register at <a href=""></a>. For more information, call Deltona Alliance Church at 386-574-6046.</div> <p><strong>‘Spring Into Summer’ Gift Gallery Sale</strong></p> <p>9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. Sale items include jewelry, scarves, art prints, pre-owned art pieces, vintage pieces, collectibles, one-of-a-kind handmade art. Free admission. Call 386-668-5553.</p> <p>9:30 a.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Free. Call 386-789-7207, option 1, then 4.</p> <p><strong>Used-Book Sale</strong></p> <p>9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the DeLand Regional Library, 130 E. Howry Ave. Cost: All non-children’s books will sell for $3 a bag; children’s books will be $2 a bag. Call 386-822-6430.</p> <p><strong>Master Gardener Plant Clinic</strong></p> <p>10-11 a.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Volusia County’s master gardeners will share summer gardening tips and answer questions. From 11 a.m. to noon, Howard Jeffries will discuss proper pruning. Attendees can bring their plants for a free checkup. Free. Call 386-822-5778.</p> <p><strong>Saturday Morning With the Pioneers: A Conversation With Mrs. Andrew Alexander and C.P. Wilcox</strong></p> <p>10-11 a.m. in the DeLand House Museum front parlor, in the West Volusia Historical Society complex, 137 W. Michigan Ave., DeLand. West Volusia Historical Society re-enactors Nancy Prosser-Marshall and George Marshall will portray two major figures in the history of DeLand: Prosser-Marshall will play Eugenia McLean Alexander, who, with her husband, Andrew, built Alexanders’ Landing on the St. Johns River in the mid-1800s; George Marshall will portray C.P. Wilcox, owner of the saloon where the great Downtown DeLand fire began. Free. Donations gratefully accepted. Call 386-740-6813.</p> <p><strong>Extraordinary Echinoderms</strong></p> <p>1-2 p.m. at Lyonia Environmental Center, 2150 Eustace Ave., Deltona. Learn about sea stars, sea cucumbers and sea urchins; their anatomy; their feeding habits; the important role they play in nature; and their connection to the ancient beach in Lyonia Preserve. Afterward, join staff for a hands-on experience with the center’s saltwater invertebrates. Free. Reservations requested; call 386-789-7207, ext. 21028.</p> <p><strong>‘Fishing on the St. Johns’ — A Talk by Capt. Bryn Rawlins</strong></p> <p>2 p.m. at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 155 Clark St., Enterprise. Capt. Bryn Rawlins will talk about the history of Highland Park Fish Camp, which is one of the last fish camps in Florida. Free. For more information or to schedule a group tour of the exhibition “The Way We Worked,” which runs through June 24 at the Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum, call Cindy Sullivan at 386-804-6987. Call 386-259-5900.</p> <p><strong>Thunder City Derby Sirens vs. All City Rollers Roller Derby Match</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">5 p.m. at The Rink DeLand, 1779 N. Spring Garden Ave., DeLand. Tickets: $5 in advance; $8 at the door; free for children 11 and younger with a paid adult admission. Visit<a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Music in the Amphitheater Concert Series: Caribbean Crew</strong></p> <p>7-9 p.m. in the Deltona Amphitheater, 2150 Eustace Ave. Free admission. Food trucks will have food for sale starting at 6 p.m. No outside food or beverages allowed. Call 386-878-8900.</p> <p><strong>Star Spangled Summer Concert Series: Turnstiles — The Ultimate Billy Joel Tribute Band</strong></p> <p>7:15 p.m. at the Bandshell, 250 N. Atlantic Ave., behind the Hilton, Daytona Beach. 9:45 p.m. fireworks. Free.</p> <p><strong>Orlando Big Band Concert</strong></p> <p>7:30 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. Tickets: $15 Gateway Center members; $18 nonmembers in advance; $21 at the door; $8 students and children. Call 386-668-5553.</p> <p><em><strong>Tale as Old as Time</strong></em></p> <div dir="ltr">7:30 p.m. at the Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave., Downtown DeLand. A performance by Preps Dance School & Company. Tickets: $18 adults preferred seating; $15 adults; $10 senior citizens; $10 students. Call 386-736-1500, or visit <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Sunday, June 11</strong></p> <p><em><strong>The Harvest Field</strong></em></p> <p>11 a.m. at Lake Helen United Methodist Church, 111 W. Delaware Ave. A presentation by the Summer Drama Team from The Academy of Arts of Taylors, South Carolina. Free. Call 386-228-2345.</p> <p><strong>Better Breastfeeding Program</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">Noon-1:30 p.m. at Florida Hospital DeLand, Classroom 3A, 701 W. Plymouth Ave. This class gives new parents the information they need to provide their new baby with the best foundation possible. Cost: $25 per couple; however, scholarships are available. To RSVP, visit<a href=""></a> or call 386-943-4489.</div> <p><strong>Film Screening and Discussion: <em>I Called Him Morgan</em></strong></p> <p>2 p.m. at Cinematique, 242 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach. This documentary by Swedish filmmaker Kasper Collin celebrates jazz musician Lee Morgan, who was shot dead by his wife, Helen, during a gig at a club in New York City. Tickets: $7; $5 for Cinematique members. Limited seating; call 386-252-3118 for advance tickets.</p> <p><em><strong>Tale as Old as Time</strong></em></p> <div dir="ltr">2 p.m. at the Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave., Downtown DeLand. A performance by Preps Dance School & Company. Tickets: $18 adults preferred seating; $15 adults; $10 senior citizens; $10 students. Call 386-736-1500, or visit <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><em><strong>Watermark</strong></em></p> <p>2-3:30 p.m. at Lyonia Environmental Center, 2150 Eustace Ave., Deltona. This Canadian documentary explores our relationship with water and how it shapes humanity. Popcorn will be provided. Snacks and beverages may be purchased in the gift shop. Free. Reservations requested; call 386-789-7207, ext. 21028.</p> <p><strong>Association of Widowed Persons</strong></p> <p>2:30 p.m. in the back room of First Presbyterian Church of DeLand, 724 N. Woodland Blvd. Entertainer Mike Sands will perform. All widowed persons are welcome. Free. Call 386-736-9097.</p> <p><strong>‘A Trip Down Memory Lane’</strong></p> <p>3 p.m. in the Lake Helen City Hall auditorium, 327 S. Lakeview Drive. Hosted by the Lake Helen Historical Society. Three longtime residents of Lake Helen — Alzada Fowler, Johnny Sixma and Rodney Roberts — will talk about what Lake Helen was like in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. After the program, the Lake Helen Museum will be opened for viewing, and refreshments will be served. Free. Call 386-228-2121.</p> <p><strong>Adult Splatter Day</strong></p> <p>4-8 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. Splatter paint on canvases, go on a paint slip-and-slide, and paint for using black lights. Cost: $40 Gateway Center members; $45 nonmembers. Call 386-668-5553.</p> <p><strong>Monday, June 12</strong></p> <p><strong>Helping-Hands Craft – Cat Toys for ARNI</strong></p> <p>10:30 a.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. For all ages. Make pet toys for shelter animals, blankets for infants, and care packages for members of the U.S. armed forces. Free. Call 386-822-6430, ext. 20759.</p> <p><strong>Monday Munchers Potluck Lunch and Program</strong></p> <p>Noon at Community United Methodist Church, 41 W. Highbanks Road, DeBary. For senior citizens above age 50. Jane Schiraldi will sing and accompany herself on the keyboard. Bring a dish to share. Call 386-668-4805.</p> <p><strong>Adult Summer Program: English Conversation</strong></p> <p>1 p.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Adults speaking English as a second language can practice their English-speaking skills in a group setting. Free. Call 386-789-7207, option 1, then 4.</p> <p><strong>Walk-In E-Lab</strong></p> <p>1-3 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library classroom, 130 E. Howry Ave. Basic computer skills assistance, internet access for job searches and completing applications, email account setup assistance, cover letter and resume editing; and access to online egov applications such as unemployment claims, food or housing assistance, and Social Security website access. A county library card is not required to use the e-lab computers. Free. Call 386-822-6430.</p> <p><strong>Teen Trivia</strong></p> <p>3 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. For youth in grades six-12. Test your knowledge and compete to win prizes. Free. Call 386-822-6430 ext. 20759.</p> <p><strong>Alzheimer’s Support Group</strong></p> <p>7 p.m. in the Canterbury House at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 319 W. Wisconsin Ave., DeLand. For all loved ones and caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Free. Call 386-736-1487.</p> <p><strong>Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">7 p.m. at Orange City United Methodist Church, 396 E. University Ave. A solution for those suffering from food obsession, overeating, under-eating or bulimia, based on the 12 Steps of AA. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Call 386-775-7275, or visit<a href=""></a><a href="">.</a></div> <p><strong>Overeaters Anonymous</strong></p> <p>7 p.m. at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, second floor, surgical waiting room, 1055 Saxon Blvd., Orange City. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Free. Call Rita at 561-317-9514.</p> <p><strong>Tuesday, June 13</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Monthly Health Screenings</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">7-9 a.m. at Deltona Health Park, 1745 Sterling Silver Blvd. Hosted by Florida Hospital Fish Memorial. Multiple tests are available, including cholesterol, lipid panels, glucose, glycohemoglobin (Hgb A1C), PSA and vitamin D tests. A 12-hour, water-only fast is required for most testing. No appointment necessary. Cash or check only. A full list of tests and prices is available at<a href=""></a>. Call 386-917-7490.</div> <p><strong>Hurricane-Preparedness Workshop</strong></p> <p>10 a.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. WESH-TV Chief Meteorologist Tony Mainolfi will join Jim Judge and Aubrie Austin of Volusia County’s Emergency Management Division to present information on how to prepare for and survive a hurricane. Hot dogs and beverages will be served, and prize drawings will be held for hurricane-safety items. Emergency information fliers will be provided. Free. Reservations are requested, but not required. Call 386-789-7207, option 1, then 4.</p> <p><strong>Adult Summer Program: E-Resources for E-Readers</strong></p> <p>2 p.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Learn about the electronic resources available through the library’s website. Bring a library card and fully charged device. Free. Call 386-789-7207, option 1, then 4.</p> <p><strong>Tech-Free Tuesdays for Families</strong></p> <p>3-4:30 p.m. at the Lake Helen Public Library, 221 N. Euclid Ave. Families can color and play games. Free. Call 386-228-1152.</p> <p><strong>COPD Support Group</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">3:30-4:30 p.m. at Florida Hospital DeLand, Classrooms A and B, 701 W. Plymouth Ave. For anyone diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), their family and friends, this group provides opportunities for support, as well as education about COPD. There will also be snacks and drinks. Free valet parking with oxygen and wheelchair assistance is available. Free. Call 386-943-3038, or email to <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Breast-Cancer Support Group</strong></p> <p>5 p.m. at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, 1055 Saxon Blvd., Orange City. For people who are currently in treatment for breast cancer and breast-cancer survivors, this monthly group provides opportunities for emotional support for women and men, as well as education about breast-cancer-related topics. Free. To RSVP, call 386-917-5526.</p> <p><strong>West Volusia Toastmasters</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">6:15 p.m. in Stetson University’s Lynn Business Center, Room 044, 345 N. Woodland Blvd. For people interested in developing their public speaking skills. Call Mitzi Dykes at 386-801-2615, or email her at <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Wednesday, June 14</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Watermelon Day</strong></p> <p>9-11:30 a.m. at the Volusia County Farmers Market, 3050 E. New York Ave., DeLand. Activities will include seed-spitting and watermelon-eating contests and a visit by Florida Watermelon Queen Savannah Christensen. Vendors and county extension agents will offer free watermelon samples. Children can pick up coloring books and stickers. Free. Call the extension office at 386-822-5778.</p> <p><strong>Adult Basic Computer Class: Basic Internet</strong></p> <p>9:30 a.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Free. Call 386-789-7207, option 1, then 4.</p> <p><strong>Book Discussion Group: <em>The Silent Sister</em></strong></p> <p>10 a.m. in the DeLand Regional Library classroom, 130 E. Howry Ave. In this book by Diane Chamberlain, Riley MacPherson has spent her entire life believing that her older sister, Lisa, committed suicide as a teenager. Now, more than 20 years later, her father has passed away and she’s cleaning out his house when she finds evidence to the contrary — Lisa is alive. Riley sets out to find why. Free. Call 386-822-6430, ext. 20762.</p> <p><strong>Summer Sizzling Fashion Show</strong></p> <p>11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at DeBary Golf & Country Club, 300 Plantation Club Drive. A fashion show featuring fabulous finds at resale and consignment shops, presented by Debbie Richards of The Lion’s Roar Boutique. Proceeds to benefit the Central Florida Pregnancy Center. Tickets: $25. Call 386-574-5894.</p> <p><strong>‘Taking Care of My Health’ Health Screening Program</strong></p> <p>Noon-6 p.m. at the Hispanic Health Initiatives Inc. office, 70 Spring Vista Drive, DeBary. Sponsored by Hispanic Health Initiatives Inc. Trained community health care workers will perform free blood-pressure, glucose, cholesterol and body mass index screenings, explain the significance of the screening results, and provide guidance for health and social services the participant may need. The program is open to West Volusia residents who qualify by providing identity and residency documents. Prospective participants are encouraged to call 386-320-0110, to verify eligibility.</p> <p><strong>Mad Science: ‘Build a Better World – Shipwrecked!’</strong></p> <p>3 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. For youth ages 5-12. Mad scientists have been stranded on a deserted island and need your help to build a new world! Learn about shapes, structures and engineering as you help to create a new desert paradise. Free. Call 386-822-6430, ext. 20759.</p> <p><strong>Overeaters Anonymous</strong></p> <p>6:30 p.m. at The House Next Door, 804 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Free.</p> <p><strong>Flag Day Celebration and Flag-Retirement Ceremony</strong></p> <p>7 p.m. at American Legion Adam Quinn Post 6, 1087 Biscayne Blvd., DeLand. The public is invited to bring torn, tattered or otherwise unserviceable American flags for proper disposal. Free. Call 386-740-0622.</p> <p><strong>New Hope Al-Anon</strong></p> <p>7:30 p.m. at The House Next door, 804 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. A support group that welcomes family, relatives and friends who are affected by the disease of alcoholism, using the 12 steps of AA for support and understanding. Call 386-801-8135.</p> <p><strong>Thursday, June 15</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Building Your Business Group Educational Networking</strong></p> <p>8:45 a.m. at Sweet Lics Frozen Treats & More, 224 N. Woodland Blvd., Downtown DeLand. Presented by the MainStreet DeLand Association specifically for businesspeople who are looking for ideas to help grow their business. Free. Call 386-738-0649.</p> <p><strong>Walk-In E-Lab</strong></p> <p>9:30-11:30 a.m. in the DeLand Regional Library classroom, 130 E. Howry Ave. Basic computer-skills assistance, internet access for job searches and completing applications, email account setup assistance, cover letter and resume editing; and access to online egov applications such as unemployment claims, food or housing assistance, and Social Security website access. A county library card is not required to use the e-lab computers. Free. Call 386-822-6430.</p> <p><strong>Adult Summer Program: Craft Corner</strong></p> <p>10 a.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Experiment with watercoloring. Bring brushes, if you have them. Supplies will be provided. Free. Call 386-789-7207, option 1, then 4.</p> <p><strong>DeBary Kids Corner</strong></p> <p>11 a.m. in the DeBary Hall Historic Site stable, 198 Sunrise Blvd. This program is designed to teach preschool-age children about the art of storytelling and to expand their knowledge of Florida history. Children will listen to a story and play an old-fashioned game. Free. Call Tracy Mestre at 386-668-3840.</p> <p><strong>Seminar on Navigating Nerve Pain</strong></p> <p>Noon at Victoria Gardens Clubhouse, 1001 Garden Club Drive, DeLand. Presented by Florida Hospital DeLand and Florida Hospital Fish Memorial. Over a healthy lunch, neurosurgeon Dr. Mark Murphy will discuss neck and back pain, arm or leg weakness, dizziness, chronic headaches, tremors, facial spasms or weakness, and difficulty finding words or slurring speech. Free. RSVP is required; call toll-free at 866-328-6417 to register.</p> <p><strong>Adult Craft Class: Painting on Glass</strong></p> <p>1 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. Take home a beautifully hand-painted glass goblet. All supplies will be provided. Free. Registration required; call 386-822-6430, ext. 20762.</p> <p><strong>Up-Cycled Craft: Rock Painting</strong></p> <p>3 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. For youth ages 5-12. Paint a rock, and take it home to enjoy, or hide it in Downtown DeLand for other children to find. Free. Call 386-822-6430, ext. 20759.</p> <p><strong>Book Discussion Group: <em>The Silent Sister</em></strong></p> <p>5:30 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library classroom, 130 E. Howry Ave. In this novel by Diane Chamberlain, Riley MacPherson has spent her entire life believing that her older sister, Lisa, committed suicide as a teenager. Now, more than 20 years later, her father has passed away and she’s cleaning out his house when she finds evidence to the contrary — Lisa is alive. Riley sets out to learn why. Free. Call 386-822-6430, ext. 20762.</p> <p><strong>Heal Your Life With Meditative Writing</strong></p> <p>5:30 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. Hosted by Carole Fontaine. Learn about guided meditations, and complete written exercises designed to raise self-awareness, cultivate self-confidence, and bring inner peace. Free. Registration required; call 386-822-6430, ext. 20762.</p> <p><strong>Small Business Development Forum and Workshop</strong></p> <p>6-8 p.m. at DeBary City Hall, 16 Colomba Road. An educational workshop about small-business-development assistance that is available. Certified SCORE Mentor David Shifflett will give a brief presentation on how to start a business in Florida, and entrepreneur and business owner Paul Benfield will talk about how to increase your website traffic and your ranking on Google. A question-and-answer session will follow. Free. Call 386-668-2040, ext. 328.</p> <p><strong>Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1048</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">6:30 p.m. at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3282, 5810 S. Williamson Blvd., Port Orange. All veterans are welcome. Arrive early for social time. To join, bring your DD 214; you can buy one year’s membership and get one year for free. Email Rod Phillips at <a href=""></a>, call 386-690-9553 or visit <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">7 p.m. at Good Samaritan Clinic, 136 E. Plymouth Ave., DeLand. A solution for those suffering from food obsession, overeating, under-eating or bulimia, based on the 12 Steps of AA. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Call 386-736-9467, or visit <a href=""></a><a href="">.</a></div> <p><strong>Friday, June 16</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Farmers Market</strong></p> <p>8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Dickinson Park, corner of East Graves Avenue and U.S. Highway 17-92, Orange City. 10 a.m.-noon attendees of all ages can paint a rock. Supplies are limited. Free. Call 386-775-5410.</p> <p><strong>Maker Lab: Our Vital Earth</strong></p> <p>3 p.m. in the DeLand Regional Library auditorium, 130 E. Howry Ave. For youth ages 8-14. Create a worm farm to take home. Free. Registration required; call 386-822-6430, ext. 20759.</p> <p><strong>‘The Transgressive Mark’ — A Gallery Talk by Margaret Miller</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">5-5:30 p.m. reception, 5:30-6:30 p.m. gallery talk, at the Museum of Art – DeLand Downtown Galleries, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Miller is the director of Graphicstudio, whose members practice traditional printmaking techniques, including intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, and relief, along with photogravure, cyanotype and pigment prints. Sculpture multiples are produced in a range of media, including bronze, steel, aluminum, wood, rubber, and less traditional materials, including lava (basalt) and pigmented resins. Admission: $10; free for museum members. RSVP by June 14, at 386-734-4371 or <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Farmers Market and More</strong></p> <p>6-9 p.m. on Artisan Alley, behind The Beacon office, 110 W. New York Ave., Downtown DeLand. Featuring local produce, plants, honey, baked goods, candles, soaps and more. Free admission.</p> <p><strong>Bandshell Live! Summer Concert Series: Cash and Friends</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">7 p.m. at the Bandshell, 250 N. Atlantic Ave., behind the Hilton, Daytona Beach. Tickets: $10 VIP (includes a chair); $3 general seating; free for children age 9 and younger. Visit <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><em><strong>Cinderella Jr.</strong></em></p> <p>7 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. A performance by kids and teenagers who took part in Gateway Center’s June 5-16 theater camp. Tickets: $5. Call 386-668-5553.</p> <p><strong>Book Discussion</strong></p> <div dir="ltr">7:30-10 p.m. at the Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave., Downtown DeLand. Author Dr. Bob Leahy will discuss his books: the nonfiction <em>Authentic Educating</em>; and the novels <em>Roof Over Love & Lust </em>and <em>The Feathered Serpent: Pearl’s Necklace</em> by meeting the two novels’ main character Danny Roarke. For adults age 18 and older. Tickets: $12 adults; $10 senior citizens age 62 and older. Call 73601500 or visit <a href=""></a>.</div> <p><strong>Saturday, June 17</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Barberville Family Farm Swap and Market</strong></p> <p>6 a.m.-12:30 p.m. west of Barberville Pioneer Settlement, three-fourths of a mile west of U.S. Highway 17, on State Road 40, Barberville. Call 386-469-9409.</p> <p><strong>Farmers Market</strong></p> <p>8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. Call 407-443-6965.</p> <p><strong>Market in the Park</strong></p> <p>8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Blake Park, 437 S. Lakeview Drive, Lake Helen. Call 305-393-0682.</p> <p><strong>Low-Cost Pet-Shot Clinic</strong></p> <p>9-11 a.m. at Royal Oak Professional Plaza, 124 Treemonte Drive, Orange City. Sponsored by the SPCA animal rescue. All vaccinations are administered by a licensed veterinarian; clinic is licensed and permitted. Heartworm-prevention and flea-control products will be available for purchase. Cash only for the shots: $5 rabies; $10 dog 6-in-1 distemper/parvo combo, the cat 4-way distemper combo, and the dog/puppy canine flu vaccine; $16 feline leukemia; $12 Bordetella; $16 heartworm testing; $5 worming. Proceeds benefit abandoned and abused animals. Call 386-748-8993.</p> <p><strong>Tools-to-Quit-Smoking Class</strong></p> <p>11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, 1055 Saxon Blvd., Orange City. Free patches, lozenges or gum, quit plan, workbook, water bottle, stress ball and more. Free. To register, call 904-482-0189.</p> <p><strong>Films at the Library: <em>High Society</em></strong></p> <p>1 p.m. at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra star in this 1956 musical remake of <em>The Philadelphia Story</em>. Free. Call 386-789-7207.</p> <p><strong>Low-Cost Pet-Shot Clinic</strong></p> <p>1-2:30 p.m. at Luigi’s Pizzeria in the Brandywine Shopping Plaza, 3138 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. Sponsored by the SPCA animal rescue. All vaccinations are administered by a licensed veterinarian; clinic is licensed and permitted. Heartworm-prevention and flea-control products will be available for purchase. Cash only for the shots: $5 rabies; $10 dog 6-in-1 distemper/parvo combo, the cat 4-way distemper combo, and the dog/puppy canine flu vaccine; $16 feline leukemia; $12 Bordetella; $16 heartworm testing; $5 worming. Proceeds benefit abandoned and abused animals. Call 386-748-8993.</p> <p><strong>Lemonade Lectures: The Naked Astronomer</strong></p> <p>2 p.m. at DeBary Hall Historic Site, 198 Sunrise Blvd. Robert Vogel, the Naked Astronomer, will speak about solar eclipses in preparation for the total eclipse that will traverse the U.S. in August. Vogel is known as the naked astronomer because he specializes in astronomy involving the naked eye. Lemonade and other light refreshments will be served. Free. Call 386-668-3840.</p> <p><strong>‘With Pen in Hand’ — A Talk by Marcia Meara</strong></p> <p>2 p.m. at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 155 Clark St., Enterprise. Author Marcia Meara will talk about some of the writers who have lived and worked in West Volusia. Free. For more information or to schedule a group tour of the exhibition “The Way We Worked,” which runs through June 24 at the Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum, call Cindy Sullivan at 386-804-6987. Call 386-259-5900.</p> <p><strong>Slithering Saturday</strong></p> <p>2-4 p.m. at Lyonia Environmental Center, 2150 Eustace Ave., Deltona. Meet LEC’s reptile animal ambassadors, and learn about Florida’s state reptile, the American alligator. Encounter several native and exotic species of snakes, and learn about the important role native species play in our ecosystem. Free. Reservations requested; call 386-789-7207, ext. 21028.</p> <p><em><strong>Cinderella Jr.</strong></em></p> <p>2:30 p.m. at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. A performance by kids and teenagers who took part in Gateway Center’s June 5-16 theater camp. Tickets: $5. Call 386-668-5553.</p> <p><strong>Flag Day Ceremony</strong></p> <p>3 p.m. at the DeLand Elks Lodge 1463, 150 S. Clara Ave. Presented by the DeLand Elks Club and Boy Scout Troop 531. The event will feature a pageantry display of flags throughout history, followed by hot dogs served in the pavilion. Free. Call 386-738-1463.</p> <p><strong>Low-Cost Pet-Shot Clinic</strong></p> <p>3-4:30 p.m. at Three Sisters Ice Cream Palace, 101 E. Ohio Ave., Lake Helen. Sponsored by the SPCA animal rescue. All vaccinations are administered by a licensed veterinarian; clinic is licensed and permitted. Heartworm-prevention and flea-control products will be available for purchase. Cash only for the shots: $5 rabies; $10 dog 6-in-1 distemper/parvo combo, the cat 4-way distemper combo, and the dog/puppy canine flu vaccine; $16 feline leukemia; $12 Bordetella; $16 heartworm testing; $5 worming. Proceeds benefit abandoned and abused animals. Call 386-748-8993.</p> <p><strong>Orange City Orchestra presents An American Tribute</strong></p> <p>7 p.m. at the Dickinson Memorial Library, 148 Albertus Way, Orange City. The performance includes patriotic favorites and more. Free admission. Call Rick Dwyer at 386-668-9587.</p> <p><strong>Star Spangled Summer Concert Series: Livin’ on a Prayer – The Big Hair ’80s Tribute to Bon Jovi</strong></p> <p>7:15 p.m. at the Bandshell, 250 N. Atlantic Ave., behind the Hilton, Daytona Beach. 9:45 p.m. fireworks. Free.</p> <p><strong>Ongoing Events</strong></p> <p><strong> </strong></p> <p><strong>Admission to the Museum of Art – DeLand (both locations) costs $10 for nonmembers (good for three consecutive museum days at both locations); free for museum members and for children age 12 and younger.</strong></p> <p><strong>‘City Life’</strong></p> <p>Through June 30. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, at DeLand City Hall, in the first-floor foyer and the City Commission Chambers, 120 S. Florida Ave. A 14-piece exhibition of textile artwork by 14 members of Arts Etc. Free admission.</p> <p><strong>‘The Florida Highwaymen: Art Innovators in a Civil Rights Epoch’</strong></p> <p>Through July 29. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday, and noon-4 p.m. Saturday, at Stetson University’s Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center, on the university’s Palm Court/Quad, 139 E. Michigan Ave. This exhibit explores the African-American artists who painted Florida’s natural landscape during the South’s transition out of Jim Crow and into the era of the civil-rights movement. Featuring more than 30 paintings from private collections, many never previously shown publicly. Free admission. View, or call 386-822-7271.</p> <p><strong>‘Gary Bukovnik: Flower Power’</strong></p> <p>Through July 2. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, at the Museum of Art – DeLand, 600 N. Woodland Blvd. Call 386-734-4371.</p> <p><strong>Gateway Center for the Arts Guild Members Exhibit</strong></p> <p>Through July 1. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, at Gateway Center for the Arts, 880 North U.S. Highway 17-92, DeBary. Free admission. Call 386-668-5553.</p> <p><strong>‘Graphicstudio: Research in Art Featuring Jim Dine’</strong></p> <p>Through July 2. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, at the Museum of Art – DeLand, 600 N. Woodland Blvd. Call 386-734-4371.</p> <p><strong>‘Graphicstudio: Research in Art Featuring Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist’</strong></p> <p>Through July 2. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, at the Museum of Art – DeLand Downtown Galleries, 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Call 386-734-4371.</p> <p><strong>‘Lisa Parker Hyatt: Focusing on the Irreducible’</strong></p> <p>Through July 2. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, at the Museum of Art – DeLand, 600 N. Woodland Blvd. Call 386-734-4371.</p> <p><strong>‘Oscar Bluemner: A Birthday Potpourri’</strong></p> <p>Through July 29. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday, and noon-4 p.m. Saturday, at Stetson University’s Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center, on the university’s Palm Court/Quad, 139 E. Michigan Ave. Small works of art by American Modernist painter Oscar Bluemner, from the Vera Bluemner Kouba Collection. Free admission. Visit, or call 386-822-7271.</p> <p><strong>‘The Way We Worked’</strong></p> <p>Through June 24. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, at the Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum, 360 Main St., Enterprise. This Museum on Main Street exhibition organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service lets you explore how we identify with work as individuals and as communities. Interactive components convey the experiences of multiple generations of families. Free admission. For more information or to schedule a group tour, call Cindy Sullivan at 386-804-6987. Call 386-259-5900.</p> <p>RankTribe™ Black Business Directory News – Arts & Entertainment</p> </div><!-- .entry-content --> </article><!-- #post-## --> <article id="post-146200" class="post-146200 post type-post status-publish format-standard has-post-thumbnail hentry category-black-health-week"> <header class="entry-header"> <div class="entry-meta"><span class="screen-reader-text">Posted on</span> <a href="" rel="bookmark"><time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2017-06-09T20:11:16+00:00">June 9, 2017</time></a></div><!-- .entry-meta --><h3 class="entry-title"><a href="" rel="bookmark">Angela Bassett Talks ‘Black Panther’, Diabetes</a></h3> </header><!-- .entry-header --> <div class="post-thumbnail"> <a href=""> <img width="360" height="360" src="" class="attachment-twentyseventeen-featured-image size-twentyseventeen-featured-image wp-post-image" alt="" srcset=" 360w, 150w, 300w, 100w" sizes="(max-width: 767px) 89vw, (max-width: 1000px) 54vw, (max-width: 1071px) 543px, 580px" /> </a> </div><!-- .post-thumbnail --> <div class="entry-content"> <p> At 58, Oscar-nominated actress Angela Bassett has played a wide range of roles and now she’s set to be part of the ground breaking new movie, Black Panther, the first Marvel Comic book movie to feature a black super hero. </p> <p> “It’s thrilling you know, it’s all new to me, the whole super hero and huge franchise [movies],” said Bassett. “It was cast from actors from all over the globe. I think that fans have been asking for it, looking for it, expecting it, and you’re going to be satisfied.” </p> <p> The movie is slated to hit theaters next year and casts Bassett as mother of superhero T’Challa, the Black Panther. Bassett co-stars with Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, and Lupita Nyong’o. </p> <p> She was also recently cast in another big franchise movie: Mission Impossible 6. </p> <p> “That’s another one. I’m like what’s going on? I love it, it’s thrilling,” said Bassett. </p> <p> <strong>Related: <a href="">‘Shape Shifter’: Condola Rashad on Third Tony Award Nomination</a></strong> </p> <p> Bassett revealed that she owes it all to her mother, Betty. It was her mother who pushed her to follow her dreams and gave her advice that she still remembers to this day. </p> <p> “’You’re a prize,’” said Bassett. “Think well of yourself. Every one is, but you are one and don’t forget.” </p> <p> Her mother was her inspiration and it’s because of her mother that Bassett has taken on a new role to raise awareness about diabetes. </p> <p> “My mother had Type 2 diabetes as well as her brother, her eldest brother,” said Bassett. “At that time we were unaware about this link, this connection between Type 2 diabetes and heart disease which is what she passed from.” </p> <figure class="img_half"><img class="img-responsive img_inline" src="" alt="Image: Netflix's "Master Of None" For Your Consideration Event - Panel" title="Image: Netflix's "Master Of None" For Your Consideration Event - Panel" /> <a href="" class="js-lightbox lightbox_link"> <button class="btn btn_overlay"><i class="fa fa-expand" /></button> <img class="img-responsive img_inline" src="" alt="Image: Netflix's "Master Of None" For Your Consideration Event - Panel" title="Image: Netflix's "Master Of None" For Your Consideration Event - Panel" /></a> </p> <p><figcaption class="img-caption img-caption_default no-margin-bottom"><span class="img-caption_txt">Actress Angela Bassett attends the panel discussion for Netflix’s “Master of None” For Your Consideration Event at the Saban Media Center on June 5, 2017 in North Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images For Netflix)</span> <i class="fa fa-camera" />Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images</figcaption></p> </figure> <p> In fact, Type 2 diabetes is linked to multiple complications. According to the Mayo Clinic, those affected with Type 2 diabetes are at higher risk not only for heart disease, but also for amputations, blindness, kidney damage and more. </p> <p> There are more than 29 million Americans with Type 2 diabetes and it affects African-Americans at a higher than average rate. There is also a genetic link with the disease. Because of Bassett’s family history, she revealed that she recently had a health scare during a yearly physical and has to pay attention to her diet and exercise. </p> <p> Prevention and access to health care are key to keeping type two diabetes in check, said Bassett. </p> <p> <strong>Related: <a href="">Dr. Hadiyah Green Wants to Use Lasers to Kill Cancer Cells</a></strong> </p> <p> “I think it’s extremely important. It’s life and death. Whether you can see a doctor whether you can get your medication whether you can afford it.” </p> <p> In Bassett’s latest role, she gets to play the advocate who could save real lives, off the movie screen. </p> <p> <em><strong>Follow NBCBLK on <a href="">Facebook</a>, <a href="">Twitter</a> and <a href="">Instagram</a>.</strong></em> </p> </div><!-- .entry-content --> </article><!-- #post-## --> <article id="post-146197" class="post-146197 post type-post status-publish format-standard has-post-thumbnail hentry category-black-health-week"> <header class="entry-header"> <div class="entry-meta"><span class="screen-reader-text">Posted on</span> <a href="" rel="bookmark"><time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2017-06-09T20:11:09+00:00">June 9, 2017</time></a></div><!-- .entry-meta --><h3 class="entry-title"><a href="" rel="bookmark">Last-Minute Plans: 100 Cheap and Easy Things To Do This Weekend: June 9-11, 2017</a></h3> </header><!-- .entry-header --> <div class="post-thumbnail"> <a href=""> <img width="700" height="308" src="" class="attachment-twentyseventeen-featured-image size-twentyseventeen-featured-image wp-post-image" alt="" srcset=" 700w, 300w" sizes="(max-width: 767px) 89vw, (max-width: 1000px) 54vw, (max-width: 1071px) 543px, 580px" /> </a> </div><!-- .post-thumbnail --> <div class="entry-content"> <div class="cover-image"> <img src="" class="img-responsive" /> </div> <p> If you’re the last-minute type and still need ideas for fun stuff to do this weekend, we’ll make your search a lot simpler. Below, we’ve rounded up all of your options for last-minute entertainment that won’t cost more than $10, ranging from the <a href="">Volunteer Park Pride Festival</a> and <a href="">Capitol Hill Pride Festival</a> to <a href="">Georgetown Carnival</a>, from <a href="">Shilshole Boatfest</a> to a <a href="">Columbia City music walk</a>, and from a <a href="">pop-up beer garden</a> at CenturyLink Field to a free <a href="">dining event for dogs</a> (and their humans) in South Lake Union. Click through the links below for complete details, or check out our <a href="">complete Things To Do calendar</a> for even more options, including <a href="">cheap and easy events that happen every night of the week</a>. </p> <p class="text-center"><img src="" width="10" height="10" alt="recommended" /><b>Get all this and more on the free <a href="">Stranger Things To Do mobile app</a>—available now on the <a href="">App Store</a> and <a href="">Google Play</a>.</b> <img src="" width="10" height="10" alt="recommended" /></p> <hr /><small>Jump to: <a href="">Fri</a> | <a href="">Fri-Sat</a> | <a href="">Fri-Sun</a> | <a href="">Sat</a> | <a href="">Sat-Sun</a> | <a href="">Sun</a></small></p> <hr /><b></p> <h3 id="friday">FRIDAY</h3> <p></b> <b>ART</b></p> <p>1. <b><a href="">Art Up PhinneyWood</a></b><br />Walk around charming Greenwood/Phinney and take in art from dozens of venues, from galleries to restaurants to bookshops, including Couth Buzzard Books, Naked City Brewery, and the Phinney Center Gallery.<br /><i>(Greenwood/Phinney, free)</i></p> <p>2. <b><a href="">Belltown Art Walk</a></b><br />On second Fridays, wander around Belltown and check out their hyperlocal art scene amidst the waves of drinkers and clubbers. Convene at the Belltown Community Center to pick up a map (and maybe some snacks/goodies), then head out to explore nearby galleries while taking advantage of all the artists’ exhibitions (and provided refreshments). <br /><i>(Belltown, free)</i></p> <p>3. <b><a href="">Earthship Seattle Visitor Center Fundraiser Dance Party</a></b><br />An Earthship is a super-sustainable, self-sufficient building using solar and wind energy and other eco-methods to provide energy, process water, and dispose of waste. Earthship Seattle is raising funds to build a model in this city as a visitors’ center and model of what’s possible. And who knows—with Trump backing out of the climate agreement, Earthships may one day be the most habitable spots on earth. Substation will raise money with an upcycled material fashion show, an upcycled art show, and soundtrack by DJs James Sorrell & Mr. Linden, Ramiro, Buckmode, Rob Noble, and Julie Herrera. <br /><i>(Ballard, $10+ suggested donation)</i></p> <p>4. <b><a href="">Waves 3.0: Synchromatic</a></b><br />Fred Wildlife’s walls will be transformed through the magic of Hannah Selene and Anthony white’s light projection into an immersive art installation space for aerial artist Regan Powers and EDM DJs and producers LuckDragon, Quackson, Frida K, and Ky N Kumarion. Escape into a trippy, collaborative artist wonderland. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, $5)</i></p> <p> <b>FOOD & DRINK</b></p> <p>5. <b><a href="">La Marzocco Cafe: Madcap Launch Party</a></b><br />Next up in La Marzocco’s roaster residencies is the Madcap Coffee Company from Grand Rapids, who’ll be ushered into their stint with music by Beth Bombara, wine, food, and of course espresso. <br /><i>(Seattle Center, free)</i></p> <p>6. <b><a href="">Pop-Up Beer Garden</a></b><br />Meet under the WaMu Theater marquee sign for an impromptu patio cabana with beer and wine specials, food, and games. <br /><i>(Pioneer Square, free)</i></p> <p> <b>MUSIC</b></p> <p>7. <b><a href="">’80s & ’90s Night</a></b><br />The Blue Moon celebrates two decades of music with sets by the Post-Punks, representing the ’80s, and Smashing Flannel, representing the ’90s. <br /><i>(University District, $7)</i></p> <p>8. <b><a href="">The Anchor, Scarlet Canary, The Finger Guns, Guests</a></b><br />Need some intense woman-fronted power metalcore in your week? The Anchor will bring it, along with opening sets from Scarlet Canary, the Finger Guns, and additional guests. <br /><i>(Sodo, $10)</i></p> <p>9. <b><a href="">Bootie Seattle: Pop Goes The Diva</a></b><br />Seattle’s only all-mashup dance party throws down for an all-out celebration by paying tribute to the ultimate pop divas: Beyoncé and Lady Gaga. Prep thyself for all the ’00s club bangers and ’10s Top40 hits you could possibly handle. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, $10)</i></p> <p>10. <b><a href="">Canals of Venice, Chris Acker, Gus Clark and the Least of His Problems</a></b><br />Canals of Venice combine strings, acoustic guitar, electric bass, and sometimes trumpet for an old-timey folk sound with a twist. They’ll be joined by Chris Acker and Gus Clark and The Least of His Problems. <br /><i>(Ballard, $8)</i></p> <p>11. <b><a href="">Celestial Navigation and Scott Allen Quartet</a></b><br />Didem Somel (vocals and strings), Glen Anderson (double bass), and Robby Albrecht (drums) will play together as the breathy, psychedelic experimental/jazz group Celestial Navigation. <br /><i>(Columbia City, free)</i></p> <p>12. <b><a href="">Club Fracture</a></b><br />Rejoice, goths—as much as you’re temperamentally inclined, that is—for Re-bar is offering a new night of synthpop, industrial, and darkwave mixed by Evan Blackstone, DJ Eyktan of SIN, and Mikey Shadow of Resurrection. <br /><i>(Downtown, $10)</i></p> <p>13. <b><a href="">DJ Maxwell Edison</a></b><br />Enjoy “wild R&B, wicked freakbeat, strange instros, garage punk, glam junk, psychedelic meltdowns, punk rock & roll and more” on vinyl 45s from Maxwell Edison’s collection. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p>14. <b><a href="">Do206 & Goose Island Beer Co. Present: Migration Week Secret Show</a></b><br />Do206 and Goose Island Beer Company have partnered up to present this show benefitting Seattle’s Surfrider Foundation, with live sets from some of Seattle’s local music talent. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p>15. <b><a href="">Ian Hale and the Legacy, The Weatherside Whiskey Band, Nicholas Russell Band</a></b><br />Ian Hale and the Legacy, a local blues rock group with a layered alt-folk sound, will unleash some heavy Americana at their album release show, with support from the Weatherside Whiskey Band and Nicholas Russell Band. <br /><i>(Fremont, $8/$12)</i></p> <p>16. <b><a href="">Jazz Night School Spring Final Performances</a></b><br />The burgeoning musicians of the Jazz Night School present their final performances of the spring session, with the Big Band Blue kicking things off bright and loud, and Big Band Express, small jazz ensembles, g*psy jazz, Latin ensembles, and jazz vocalists all getting a turn at the mic. <br /><i>(Columbia City, free)</i></p> <p>17. <b><a href="">Kendra McKinley, Wild Wild Mexico, Amateur Eyes, the Ram Rams</a></b><br />If you like your rock indie, funky, jazzy, versatile, and polyphonic, check out Kendra McKinley. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $5/$8)</i></p> <p>18. <b><a href="">MOS Generator, Year of the Cobra, Stereo Creeps</a></b><br />With <i>Abyssinia</i>, Mos Generator pack their well-formulated crushing guitar assault and partner it with soaring, melodic vocals, showing they’ve truly arrived as juggernauts of Northwest rock. <b>KEVIN DIERS</b> <br /><i>(Ballard, $8)</i></p> <p>19. <b><a href="">No Duh! ’90s-ish Dance Party</a></b><br />Dance to music that represents growing up in the ’90s (whether or not it actually came out in the ’90s), like the Spice Girls, Ludacris, Britney, and Green Day. <br /><i>(Pioneer Square, $5)</i></p> <p>20. <b><a href="">Quiet, Among Authors, Patrick Galactic</a></b><br />Moody psych-punks Quiet will headline Barboza, with support performances by Among Authors and local psych-popper Patrick Galactic. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, $8/$10)</i></p> <p>21. <b><a href="">The Requisite, Moneta, Joyfield, Moments</a></b><br />Seattle-based alt-rockers the Requisite headline with support from Moneta, Joyfield, and The Moments. <br /><i>(Ballard, $10)</i></p> <p>22. <b><a href="">Retrospecter, Future Shock</a></b><br />Retrospecter will import its postpunk, shoegazey melodies from Tacoma, with an opening Afro New Wave set by Future Shock. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $8)</i></p> <p>23. <b><a href="">Shake It Up</a></b><br />Dance to legendary ’80s music with the Cars tribute band Shake It Up. <br /><i>(Downtown, free)</i></p> <p>24. <b><a href="">Technophobia, Missing Witness, The Secret Light</a></b><br />DC darkwavers Technophobia make music inspired by the early days of EBM with heavy hardware usage and analog synthesizers. Their melodic, pop-centric work will be joined by Missing Witness and The Secret Light. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, $9/$10)</i></p> <p> <b>QUEER</b></p> <p>25. <b><a href="">Pride Launch Party with Nikkita Oliver</a></b><br />Are you a queer for (mayoral candidate Nikkita) Oliver? Congregate with Queers4Oliver and dance to tunes from locally beloved Darqness DJs. Meet the possible future mayor herself.<br /><i>(Downtown, free)</i></p> <p> <b>READINGS & TALKS</b></p> <p>26. <b><a href="">Alessandra Lynch and Pimone Triplett</a></b><br />This reading will feature a duo of poet professors: Alessandra Lynch (<i>It Was a Terrible Cloud at Twilight</i> and <i>Sails the Wind Left Behind</i>) and Pimone Triplett (<i>Rumor</i>, <i>The Price of Light</i>, and <i>Ruining the Picture</i>). <br /><i>(Wallingford, free)</i></p> <p>27. <b><a href="">The Business of Comics: Creator Owned Properties</a></b><br />Paul Morrissey (<i>Teen Titans Go!</i> writer, editor of many publications) and Lonnie Mann (<i>Thoughts from Iceland</i>) will discuss the comics business and working out self-employment, at this event that’s part of Outsider Comics’ new series. <br /><i>(Fremont, free/$5)</i></p> <p>28. <b><a href="">Dan Wells: Nothing Left to Lose</a></b><br />Horror and science fiction author Dan Wells presents the latest monster-hunting installment of his John Wayne Cleaver series. <br /><i>(University District, free)</i></p> <p>29. <b><a href="">Katherine Heiny: Standard Deviation</a></b><br />About Katherine Heiny’s short story collection <i>Single, Carefree, Mellow</i>, Janet Maslin of <i>The New York Times</i> wrote, “Most [of her characters] are urban American semi-strivers, worrying a little about work, a little about happiness and a lot about the illicit affairs they’re carrying on. When it comes to these liaisons, Ms. Heiny has a fine way of keeping her women sharply perceptive about details yet too delusional to see the big picture.” Appropriately, the collection boasts a glowing quote from Lena Dunham. Now Heiny will share her latest project, the novel <i>Standard Deviation</i>. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p>30. <b><a href="">Robert Pearl: Mistreated</a></b><br />The executive director and CEO of the Permanente Medical Group, Robert Pearl, is here to share a new book about why you shouldn’t put too much trust in your healthcare providers. <i>Mistreated: Why We Think We’re Getting Good Healthcare—And Why We’re Usually Wrong</i> makes a case for changing “the structure, technology, financing, and leadership” of American health care. <br /><i>(First Hill, $5)</i></p> <p> <b>THEATER & DANCE</b></p> <p>31. <b><a href="">Chimerica</a></b><br />In local playwright Christopher Bailey’s new piece, a black soldier returns from Iraq and journeys to the house of his slain white comrade’s racist father. The two get into an explosive argument while Nikki, the dead soldier’s Cambodian sister-in-law, joins the fray. A production of the Seattle Playwrights Salon. <br /><i>(Georgetown, free)</i></p> <p>32. <b><a href="">Rough Ground</a></b><br />Drummers, dancers, readers, and other artists have worked with Philadelphia poet Sha’Ifa Mami Watu to interpret her pieces through their own media. See locals like Yirim Seck, Tuesday Velasco, Jennifer Moore, Alonzo Jackson, plus B-girls Anna Bannna Freeze and Macca perform with Watu. Indigenous drumming and Afro-modern hiphop is also promised. <br /><i>(Central District, $10-$25 sliding scale)</i></p> <p>33. <b><a href="">Weedini: The Marijuana Magician</a></b><br />Weedini the Marijuana Magician (also known as the “Wizard of Weed”) will make you laugh while performing astounding feats of “real psychedelic simulation.” <br /><i>(Greenwood, $10/$14)</i></p> <p> <b></p> <h3 id="frisat">FRIDAY-SATURDAY</h3> <p></b> <b>FOOD & DRINK</b></p> <p>34. <b><a href="">A Drink for Vera 2017</a></b><br />Not that I ever need an excuse to go to the Redwood, especially since 2017 is the official, final, for-real-this-time last year of the Capitol Hill classic, but this is an exceptionally good one. This week, your regularly scheduled Friday night revelry will raise money for The Vera Project, Seattle’s awesome all-ages music organization. In addition to the usual delights of nachos, stiff drinks, and the world’s best bathroom graffiti, there will be new delights: a raffle, live music from Pleather, and a DJ set from Cameron McCreery. You might not feel physically wonderful the next day, but you can at least lay in bed all day with the blinds drawn knowing you did this to yourself so the kids can have music. Oh and, if this wasn’t already awesome, <a href="">Saint John’s</a> is participating as well on Saturday. So much win.<b> TOBIAS COUGHLIN-BOGUE</b></p> <p> <b>THEATER & DANCE</b></p> <p>35. <b><a href="">To Burn</a></b><br />This play did things a little differently: First, the actors were cast, and only then was the play written. The only themes they reveal are “burning” and “anger” based on the current political climate. <br /><i>(Greenwood, $10/$14)</i></p> <p> <b></p> <h3 id="frisun">FRIDAY-SUNDAY</h3> <p></b> <b>FESTIVALS</b></p> <p>36. <b><a href="">Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival</a></b><br />Everett presents a juried garden show with live entertainment, kids’ activities, food, tips, and special guest garden expert Ciscoe Morris. <br /><i>(Everett, free)</i></p> <p> <b></p> <h3 id="saturday">SATURDAY</h3> <p></b> <b>ART</b></p> <p>37. <b><a href="">ALIVE: Flora, Light, and Water in the Seattle Landscape Exhibition Public Opening</a></b><br />The Associated Recreation Council at the Yesler Community Center will partner with the Frye Art Museum to present this recurring group show, featuring a wide array of student artwork. This iteration will focus on Seattle’s urban landscape, and the interplay between nature and urban structures. Featured artists include Jaytaevius Coleman, Eleisha Cooke, Malachi Crenshaw, MK Crenshaw, Kaylia Davis, Isiah Guy, and Neicy Petite. Organized by Frye Manager of Public Programs Negarra A. Kudumu. <br /><i>(First Hill, free)</i></p> <p> <b>COMMUNITY</b></p> <p>38. <b><a href="">Candlelight Vigil: StolenYouth</a></b><br />Stand with StolenYouth to raise awareness of human trafficking and hear from survivors and activists. This event is held in solidarity with the Candlelight Vigil to End Slavery and Human Trafficking in Atlanta. The organizers will provide candles. <br /><i>(Downtown, free)</i></p> <p>39. <b><a href="">Puppy Pool Party to Benefit Emerald City Pet Rescue</a></b><br />Dogs love water. Water loves dogs. Human noses aren’t necessary too keen on the combination, but what the hell. Bring your pooches for a splash in the kiddie pool, meet adoptable animal friends (no onsite adoptions though), cast your lot in the raffle with Mud Bay goods, and drink a beer ($1 of which goes to Emerald City Pet Rescue). <br /><i>(Greenwood, free)</i></p> <p> <b>FESTIVALS</b></p> <p>40. <b><a href="">Georgetown Carnival</a></b><br />Watch circus performers, acrobats, musicians, and artists of all kinds come together at this multidisciplinary festival that also promises games, food, and strange carnival fun. Take advantage of Georgetown’s many exciting dining spots while you’re there. Plus, don’t miss opening receptions for art exhibits like <a href="">Angelica Maria Millán Lozano and Sofía Córdova: Thrown</a>, <a href="">Jason T. Miles: Lightning Snake</a>, <a href=""><i>make boring</i></a>, and <a href="">Metamorph: The Art of Stephanie Law</a>. Plus, check out the <a href="">Georgetown Steam Plant 110th Anniversary Open House</a>. <br /><i>(Georgetown, free)</i></p> <p>41. <b><a href="">Outdoor Fest</a></b><br />Meet Northwest makers of equipment, goods, and delicacies, including Chukar Cherries, Danner Boots, Duckworth, Light In the Attic Records, Old Forester, Rad Power Bikes, Redhook Brewing, Smith Optics, Stumptown Coffee, and Seawolf Kayak. <br /><i>(Sodo, free)</i></p> <p>42. <b><a href="">Spring Harvest Festival</a></b><br />Join Beacon Food Forest and its Nutrition Team for a spring harvest, celebrating the bounty of the season. This family-friendly and free event will feature workshops on how to prepare foods, best practices for Permaculture gardening, and more. There will also be tours, music and activities, as well as food. <br /><i>(Beacon Hill, free)</i></p> <p> <b>FOOD & DRINK</b></p> <p>43. <b><a href="">Food Truck Round-Up</a></b><br />The mobile food rodeo will gather 15-odd trucks of tastiness in its South Lake Union location. Try raclette, cakes, doughnuts, lumpia, poke, tandoori, fish ‘n’ chips, and other food treasures on offer. <br /><i>(South Lake Union, free)</i></p> <p>44. <b><a href="">Hellbent Brewing Two-Year Anniversary</a></b><br />Join Lake City’s Hellbent Brewing Co. for an evening of anniversary celebration. They’ll be clearing out the parking lot and showcasing local musicians, as well as five different local food trucks. Plus, they’ll be releasing their special Anniversary IPA with amarillo and simcoe, denali, and citra hops. <br /><i>(North Seattle, free admission)</i></p> <p>45. <b><a href="">K9 Natural Bone Appétit Seattle</a></b><br />In collaboration with Chef John Sundstrom (Lark), sustainable dog food company K9 Natural brings you Bone Appétit, a free “doggy dining” event in SLU. As they say, “It’s not every day you get the chance to dine with your dog.” Your canine will receive a “doggy degustation” menu of K9 Natural products and humans will enjoy bites from Lark. <br /><i>(South Lake Union, free)</i></p> <p>46. <b><a href="">Shoreline Farmers Market Opening Day</a></b><br />Drag your hungry, hungover selves to the first day of this Shoreline market, which is marking its sixth year. See chef demos, hear music, and partake in some “family fun.” <br /><i>(Shoreline, free)</i></p> <p>47. <b><a href="">Sloop Tavern 65th Birthday</a></b><br />In mercurial Seattle, Sloop, at least, has hung on: it’s still the only place in town (and presumably the world) where one may “Slooper-size” one’s Bud to 33.8 ounces. Stop by for other drink deals, music, and a late-night dance party. Plus, drink outside in the warm weather. <br /><i>(Ballard, no cover)</i></p> <p> <b>MUSIC</b></p> <p>48. <b><a href="">7th Annual Tribute to Bruce Cockburn</a></b><br />For seven years now, Egan’s Jam House has hosted an annual tribute show to folk and jazz-influenced Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn. This year’s show will feature performances by local heavyweights Rob Kneisler, Sonny Bill Glover, Greg Hendrickson, Kevin Jones, Robin McGillveray, and more, with proceeds from the door going to War Child International. <br /><i>(Ballard, $10)</i></p> <p>49. <b><a href="">Avi Buffalo with Andrea Silva</a></b><br />Avi Buffalo released two records on the Sub Pop label, and now he’s back with another batch of chill songs, along with opening sets by Andrea Silva and somesurprises. <br /><i>(Downtown, $10)</i></p> <p>50. <b><a href="">Familiars, Fleece, Crown Larks, Brain Drain</a></b><br />Tender-hearted fantasy rockers Familiars spread a Northwest mist of indie experimental tracks over the Victory stage, with Fleece, Crown Larks, and Brain Drain. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $5/$8)</i></p> <p>51. <b><a href="">Grounded and subMerge: Leo Leal</a></b><br />Recurring house and techno night subMerge will join up with Grounded to present the thoughtful electronic stylings of Leo Leal, with support from Tubbs & Oats, Michael Manahan, and subMerge resident Konifer, and visuals by Black Water Stars. <br /><i>(Pioneer Square, $10)</i></p> <p>52. <b><a href="">Juke, Being John McLaughlin, X-Ray, Band of Certainty</a></b><br />If you weren’t there in the 1970s for John Mclaughlin’s Mahavishnu Orchestra experiment, this is your chance to hear the jazz-fusion band’s pieces revived by Tristan Gianola, Jake Sele, Alicia DeJoie, Geoff Harper, and John Bishop. <br /><i>(Columbia City, free)</i></p> <p>53. <b><a href="">Lindstrom and the Limit, Alki, Elena Loper</a></b><br />Lindstrom and The Limit show off their expansive energy and perform tracks from their last release with a night of roots, rock, folk, soul, and Americana genre blending. They’ll be joined by Alki and Elena Loper. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, $8/$10)</i></p> <p>54. <b><a href="">Mark Christian Miller</a></b><br />Los Angeles-based jazz vocalist Mark Christian Miller returns to Seattle on the wave of success from his 2015 album <i>Crazy Moon</i> to perform tracks from his upcoming album <i>Story Time for Adults</i>, with instrumental support by Randy Halberstadt on piano, Michael Glyn on bass, and Greg Williamson on drums. <br /><i>(Ballard, $10)</i></p> <p>55. <b><a href="">Mary’s Place Benefit Show</a></b><br />Join with local bands to raise money for beloved women’s shelter and resource center Mary’s Place. Denny Blaine, The Moberlys, Shagnasty, See By Sound, Wrecking Yard, and Kristy Smith will all play live sets, with MC Wanz at the helm all night long. Part of the post-<a href="">Ride Against Femicide</a> festivities. <br /><i>(Georgetown, $8)</i></p> <p>56. <b><a href="">Nasty Bits, Owl, Quayde LaHüe, Donzis</a></b><br />Thrashers from Blood Of Kings and Nox Velum will team up as Nasty Bits for some bristling metal. They’ll be joined by Owl, Quayde LaHüe, and Donzis. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $5-$10)</i></p> <p>57. <b><a href="">Of The Heavy Sun, Modelsnake, Speakeasy</a></b><br />Desert rock duo Of the Heavy Sun play off of psychedelia themes in their recently released debut album, and they’ll be joined in their sonic explorations by Modelsnake and Speakeasy. <br /><i>(University District, $7)</i></p> <p>58. <b><a href="">Off With Their Heads with Guests</a></b><br />For the last decade, punk group Off With Their Heads has toured the country in promotion of their work, most notably their recent album release <i>Home</i>. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $8/$10)</i></p> <p>59.<b><a href="">On The Record</a></b><br />Enjoy music and record/record cover art from 100 artists at KEXP, courtesy of the Drawnk group of painters. <br /><i>(Seattle Center, free)</i></p> <p>60. <b><a href="">Orphan Radio Launch Party</a></b><br />Orphan Radio, Lovecitylove’s new house internet broadcast channel devoted to “idiosyncratic artists and DJs in a safe and inclusive space,” will be born in a burst of live-streamed celebration with musicians and DJs Local Artist, FKL, OC Notes, and TUF’s T.Wan and CCL. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p>61. <b><a href="">The Parson Red Heads, Eyelids, Low Hums</a></b><br />The Parson Red Heads will be releasing a new album on Fluff & Gravy Records at this folk-rock-heavy show, along with Portland group Eyelids and local band Low Hums. <br /><i>(Ballard, $8)</i></p> <p>62. <b><a href="">Prince’s BDay Party</a></b><br />Relive Prince’s sexy, genre-blasting songs with fine local musicians Derneill Washington, Mark Mattrey, Rocphizzle, Alex Mortland, and others. <br /><i>(Wallingford, $10)</i></p> <p>63. <b><a href="">Secondnature: Sleeparchive</a></b><br />Sleeparchive performing in Seattle should be a definitive “holy shit” moment for minimal-techno heads here. The Berlin-based Danish producer (real name: Roger Semsroth) scarcely makes it to the Northwest, so if you have any interest at all in austere 4 a.m. club music that will surreptitiously bleep you into submission, you need to attend this show. Coast2C (Mexico City/Portland’s Sofía Acosta) is a new name to me, but immersion in her SoundCloud made me an instant fan of her DJ sets, which go heavy on distorted and asymmetrical techno. Rest up, take your vitamins, get your head right, and prepare for a 10-hour binge of the slammingest, brainiest techno your synapses ever fried to. Respect to secondnature for this amazing booking. <b>DAVE SEGAL</b> <br /><i>(Downtown, $10)</i></p> <p>64. <b><a href="">Subversion: Chick Iverson, Bacosaurus, OKi-BDAY, Tollefson</a></b><br />Bodhi Collective and local beatmaker Chick Iverson will headline this showcase hosted by Subversion, with support from Bacosaurus, OKi-BDAY, and Tollefsen. <br /><i>(Downtown, $7)</i></p> <p>65. <b><a href="">Tango Alpha Tango, Lonely Mountain Lovers, The Wooky</a></b><br />Portland indie rockers Tango Alpha Tango spin their guitar talent into a fusion of blues and rock with active bass lines and psychedelic key work. <b>KIM SELLING</b> <br /><i>(Ballard, $10)</i></p> <p>66. <b><a href="">TourPossible with the Dandy Warhols</a></b><br />Six bands will compete for the big time (and big cash) at this battle capped by a Dandy Warhols performance. It’s not possible to get tickets online, but there may be some at the door. The hopefuls include Brandon Lentz, Echo Texture, Lions Ambition, Night Argent, Scarves, and Whiskey Fever. <br /><i>(Downtown, free)</i></p> <p>67. <b><a href="">Wicked Karma: Bollysutra Tamma Tamma</a></b><br />Presented by Wicked Karma, this iteration of Bollysutra is the Tamma Tamma (“Summer Time”) version of their wild Bollywood dance parties, with a sunny weather vibe, a professional photographer, imported Indian drinks, and Top40 and desi beats from DJ RDX. <br /><i>(Pioneer Square, $5)</i></p> <p> <b>QUEER</b></p> <p>68. <b><a href="">Critter Person Pageant</a></b><br />Butylene O’Kipple, Hellen Tragedy, Irene Dubois, Jade Dynasty, and Miss Texas 1988 will partake in a lip synching competition, the winner of which will get the honor of being the only featured performer at each and every Critter Barn for a whole year. It’s going to get real. <br /><i>(Downtown, $10)</i></p> <p>69. <b><a href="">Mr and Miss Fireball</a></b><br />The Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle (a local royal court/LGBT fundraiser) will once again crown the Fireball monarchs of the year: Namely, the contestants who raise the most money. If you’re not competing, there’s plenty for you, too—Fireball swag and jello shots. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p>70. <b><a href="">Volunteer Park Pride Festival</a></b><br />This year’s Pride Fest at Volunteer Park boasts a strong musical lineup, with live sets by Big Dipper, Double Duchess, SassyBlack, Sisters, Prom Queen, Mode Music Studios’ Nuclear Quartet, and DJ Toya B. Local LGBTQIA folks get all of this, plus a vintage and local crafts bazaar, artist booths, a beer garden, food trucks, and more. <b>DAVE SEGAL</b> <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p> <b>READINGS & TALKS</b></p> <p>71. <b><a href="">Crysta Casey: Rules for Walking Out</a></b><br />Mark the release of the third collection of poetry by late Seattle poet Crysta Casey, who died in 2008, with a celebration featuring readings by Phoebe Bosche, Kathleen Flenniken, Carol Guess, and Corrina Wycoff. <br /><i>(Wallingford, free)</i></p> <p>72. <b><a href="">Margaret Combs</a></b><br />Anthropologist/folklorist Margaret Combs will share some of her book, <i>Hazard: a Sister’s Flight From Family and a Broken Boy</i>, about growing up with an autistic brother in a Southern Baptist family. <br /><i>(University District, free)</i></p> <p> <b>RESISTANCE & SOLIDARITY</b></p> <p>73. <b><a href="">Seattle Stands with Our Muslim Neighbors</a></b><br />One People’s Project will gather in counterprotest to the ACT For America “March against Sharia” demonstration. ACT for America has referred to Arabs as “barbarians,” launched smear campaigns against Arab intellectuals in the US, and more recently has focused its hatred on refugees. <br /><i>(Pioneer Square, free)</i></p> <p> <b>SPORTS & RECREATION</b></p> <p>74. <b><a href="">Pride: Rainier Roller Girls Bout 6</a></b><br />Cheer the Rainier Roller Girls in their special Pride match with the Spokannibals and enjoy the beer garden, halftime show, and rough-and-tumble antics. <br /><i>(White Center, $10)</i></p> <p>75. <b><a href="">Shilshole Boatfest: Seas the Bay</a></b><br />Set sail on Shilshole Bay at this free festival, previously known as the Shilshole Bay Marina’s National Marina Day, which aims to teach you boat safety and ecological responsibility. Tour a liveaboard boat, take out a kayak or paddleboard, ride on a powerboat or sailboat, browse booths for yacht, boat, and travel information plus arts and crafts, and enjoy live music and food trucks. <br /><i>(Ballard, free)</i></p> <p>76. <b><a href="">Yoga N Da Park</a></b><br />Rachel MFiala and Shuja De’Peace, who run the LGBTQ-POC inclusive Yoga N Da Hood, will transport your asana practice and hiphop out into the open. Relax, meditate, and bask in sunshine. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p>77. <b><a href="">State Parks: Free Days</a></b><br />Celebrate National Get Outdoors Day with the Washington State Parks. They’ll waive their usual $10 entrance fee, and you can enjoy the wonder of the Columbia Gorge, Olympic Rainforest, or Deception Pass for free. <br /><i>(Various locations, free)</i></p> <p> <b>THEATER & DANCE</b></p> <p>78. <b><a href="">Troy Mink’s Mixed Bag</a></b><br />Troy Mink, whom former <i>Stranger</i> writer David Schmader kinda-sorta compared to Jesus (“people have been watching and worshipping for years”), will present many odd characters for the price of one…Troy Mink. <br /><i>(Belltown, $10)</i></p> <p> <b></p> <h3 id="satsun">SATURDAY-SUNDAY</h3> <p></b> <b>COMMUNITY</b></p> <p>79. <b><a href="">Third Place Books One-Year Anniversary Party</a></b><br />The lovely Third Place Books in Seward Park has plenty of fun planned for its first birthday: Storytime for kids on both days, a sneak peek of <i>Pickle, the Dog Who Loved to Read </i> and a taste of the Seattle Shakesbeerience drunken Shakespeare troupe on Saturday; cake and a poetry reading by the African American Writers’ Alliance on Sunday evening; plus 40% off books all weekend and drink specials at Raconteur. If you buy at least $20 worth of books, you can spin their prize wheel for a chance to win…more books! <br /><i>(Rainier Valley, free)</i></p> <p> <b>FESTIVALS</b></p> <p>80. <b><a href="">Festival Sundiata Presents Black Arts Fest</a></b><br />African American and pan-African diaspora artists, musicians, chefs, authors, and dancers will give performances and talks. Learn about black arts through workshops, music, and small-artisan shopping. Some highlights include the African American Writer’s Alliance’s gathering on “The Poet, the Musician, and the Artist Poets,” the Smokin Black Chefs, and Afua Kouyate’s drum workshop. <br /><i>(Seattle Center, free)</i></p> <p>81. <b><a href="">PhotoFest</a></b><br />PhotoFest boasts a weekend-long bill of photography events including talks from a few dozen speakers, free workshops, interactive demonstrations, photo walks, and sales. <br /><i>(South Lake Union, free)</i></p> <p> <b>QUEER</b></p> <p>82. <b><a href="">Capitol Hill Pride Festival</a></b><br />Capitol Hill’s high-spirited outdoor festival will commemorate the Stonewall Riots of 1969 with a five-block party on Broadway full of music, a doggie drag costume contest, and more fun, but also a rally and march for social justice preceding the <a href="">Equality March for Unity and Pride — Seattle</a> that will happen on Sunday. There will also be a “Resistance Candlelight Gathering for Rainbow Chechnya.” <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, free)</i></p> <p> <b></p> <h3 id="sunday">SUNDAY</h3> <p></b> <b>COMEDY</b></p> <p>83. <b><a href="">Black Eyed Blonde: An Improvised Film Noir</a></b><br />Unexpected Productions has a tagline worthy of the most hard-boiled B-studio trailer: “Murder Isn’t Always Premeditated…Sometimes It’s Improvised!” Your suggestions will shape this pulpy tale of double-crossers, cold-hearted dames, and two-bit crooks. <br /><i>(Downtown, $8-$10)</i></p> <p>84. <b><a href="">Do Tell: Comedic Storytelling</a></b><br />Danielle K.L. Gregoire, former Moth StorySlam producer and co-founder of the Comedy Womb (now the Comedy Nest), brings you hilarious true stories from comedians about town including Emmett Montgomery, Casey Middaugh, Ravella Riffenburg, Jade Gee, and many others. <br /><i>(Downtown, $10)</i></p> <p> <b>FILM</b></p> <p>85. <b><a href="">SHRIEK: The Exorcist</a></b><br />The <i>SHRIEK! Women in Horror </i>by Heather Bartels and Evan J. Peterson is finally getting around to a horror classic/trove of gender investigations, <i>The Exorcist</i>. They ask the very good question: “Ever wonder why women and girls are more likely to be possessed than boys and men in horror movies?” ‘Cause women are evil, duh. <br /><i>(Greenwood, $10)</i></p> <p> <b>MUSIC</b></p> <p>86. <b><a href="">Beatwalk 2017</a></b><br />Visit Columbia City venues during the 19th year of Beatwalk, a festival of local musicians playing for local people. During the kickoff, hear Carlos Overall Express (jazz) at the Rumba Notes Lounge, the Black Crabs (rock) at the Hummingbird Saloon, Tekla Jasmine Waterfield (singer-songwriter) with Jeff Fielder at Tutta Bella, the Archtops (rhythm and jazz) at Columbia City Theater, and others. <br /><i>(Columbia City, free)</i></p> <p>87. <b><a href="">Brenda Carsey & the Awe, The Monday After, Kevin Redlich</a></b><br />California singer-songwriter Brenda Carsey is a fluid multi-instrumentalist who produces her own melodic pop-infused works. She’ll be joined by her backing band the Awe, with the Monday After and Kevin Redlich. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $7)</i></p> <p>88. <b><a href="">Coach, The City Hall, Exsports</a></b><br />Local group Coach bring back the truest heart of emo with their new release <i>Coach EP</i>. They’ll be joined by the City Hall and Exsports. <br /><i>(Capitol Hill, $8)</i></p> <p>89. <b><a href="">Comedy of Terrors, Taller Younger Brother, Man With Gun</a></b><br />Comedy of Terrors are NOT a comedic revamp of the old SoCal punk band, Tales of Terror, but rather a solid, heavy, late-80s-style metal group. They’ll be joined by Taller Younger Brother and Man With Gun. <b>MIKE NIPPER</b> <br /><i>(Ballard, $8)</i></p> <p>90. <b><a href="">Conveyer with Church Tongue</a></b><br />Minnesotan melodic hardcore punk band Conveyer will be joined by Church Tongue on their North American Summer tour. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $8/$10)</i></p> <p>91. <b><a href="">Go Fever, Bobby’s Oar, Roman Candles, Michael Ray, the Plastic Sheets</a></b><br />The newly formed Austin rock group Go Fever will introduce Seattle to its cloudless tunes and neatly threaded pop harmonies, flanked by local psych, Americana, and indie bands. <br /><i>(Eastlake, $5/$8)</i></p> <p>92. <b><a href="">Matthew the Animal, Swellshark, Moose Light Kingdom</a></b><br />Seattle groups Matthew the Animal and Moose Light Kingdom will join up with Chicago guests Swellshark for a night of hard-hitting indie rock. <br /><i>(Belltown, $10)</i></p> <p>93. <b><a href="">Particlehead, Tin Foil Top Hat, Girl Teeth</a></b><br />Indie rockers Particlehead utilize traditions of Americana and folk for their modern classic sound. They’ll be joined by Tin Foil Top Hat and Girl Teeth. <br /><i>(West Seattle, $5)</i></p> <p>94. <b><a href="">Radioactivity, Bad Sports, VHS, Medicine Bows</a></b><br />Two Texan punk groups (Radioactivity and Bad Sports) join up with two Seattle punk groups (VHS and Medicine Bows) for a night out down south. <br /><i>(Tukwila, $8/$10)</i></p> <p>95. <b><a href="">Spice Rack</a></b><br />Hear original funk and groove from a four-piece band featuring a Hammond B3 organ. <br /><i>(Columbia City, free)</i></p> <p>96. <b><a href="">Stubborn Son, Marshall Pool, Eastern Souvenirs</a></b><br />Formed as a way for workday rat race warriors to destress, Seattle trio Stubborn Son have always been about the bourbon and vinyl sonic aesthetic, and relaxing with some ’60s and ’70s infused rock stylings. They’ll be joined by Marshall Pool and Eastern Souvenirs. <br /><i>(Ballard, $8)</i></p> <p>97. <b><a href="">theZim & ARock with Morning Glory Revival with Mrs. C</a></b><br />Fusion artists theZim & Arock have been playing together for years, and will bring their joint folk-rock-pop efforts to the stage this weekend with Morning Glory Revival and Mrs. C. <br /><i>(Fremont, $6/$8)</i></p> <p>98. <b><a href="">The Ukadelics</a></b><br />Hula Hula is reborn in Capitol Hill! Aloha! Whoop it up with the Ukadelics, a “Vintage Tropical Ukulele Driven Ensemble,” and stay on for karaoke.<br /><i>(Capitol Hill, no cover)</i></p> <p> <b>READINGS & TALKS</b></p> <p>99. <b><a href="">Seattle Writes: Poetry Ripped from the Headlines</a></b><br />Poet Aaron Counts (author of the collection <i>Strange-tongued Names</i>) is an experienced teacher, the director of arts-based anti-incarceration youth program Creative Justice, and a participant in the Writers-in-the-Schools program. Let him lead and inspire your work at this participatory event, where you’ll create narrative poems “from current events, pop culture, and thin air.” <br /><i>(Downtown, free)</i></p> <p>100. <b><a href="">Steven Rowley</a></b><br />Steven Rowley has a magical-realism novel out called <i>Lily and the Octopus</i>, in which a solitary LA man finds that his beloved elderly dachshund has an octopus attached to her face. <br /><i>(University District, free)</i></p> <p class="text-center"><img src="" width="10" height="10" alt="recommended" /><b>Get all this and more on the free <a href="">Stranger Things To Do mobile app</a>—available now on the <a href="">App Store</a> and <a href="">Google Play</a>.</b> <img src="" width="10" height="10" alt="recommended" /></p> </div><!-- .entry-content --> </article><!-- #post-## --> <nav class="navigation pagination" role="navigation"> <h2 class="screen-reader-text">Posts navigation</h2> <div class="nav-links"><a class="prev page-numbers" href=""><svg 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